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Freud, A. (1928). Announcement by the International Training Commission. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 9:385.
    

(1928). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 9:385

Announcement by the International Training Commission

Anna Freud

Under the superintendence of Max Eitingon, Karen Horney, Carl Müller-Braunschweig, and Sándor Radó have drawn up a preliminary draft of 'Rules of the I.P.A. for training in psycho-analysis'. This draft is being submitted to all the Branch Training Committees for the purpose of obtaining their opinion and advice upon it. These Committees are requested to send in such critical remarks, suggestions for alterations or additions, or proposals to insert special local conditions to Dr. Max Eitingon, Berlin, W. 10, Rauchstrasse 4, by July 1, 1928, at latest.

The above-named members will then draw up a second draft on the basis of the communications received and submit it for consideration again.

In the meantime the above-named members hope to be able to take up the special questions relating to child-analysis.

Dr. Sándor Radó.

Secretary of the Commission.

Berlin. May, 1928.

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