The role of the doctor in preventing farm accidents must be chiefly catalytic. Through contact with his farmer patients he may be able to stimulate interest in safety education; he can certainly warn them of the results of carelessness as seen by a physician. Unfortunately, however, the major contribution the doctor can make will continue to be immediate and skilled repair of injuries.JOURNAL AND NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE ID#
JOURNAL: Minn Med. 1963; 46: 337-340.
Note: Minnesota Medicine.
NLOM ID#: No ID #.
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