Flexner

Flex·ner

(fleks'nĕr),
Simon, U.S. pathologist, 1863-1946. See: Flexner bacillus.
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Zack, a partner with Boies, Schiller & Flexner, is a former president of the American Bar Association and was the first Hispanic American to assume the ABA presidency.
The highly influential Flexner Report, Medical Education in the United States and Canada, written by educator Abraham Flexner and published by the Carnegie Foundation in 1910, called for limiting opportunities for medical studies, arguing that this limitation would produce better physicians.
A lawyer for Greenberg, David Boies of Boies Schiller & Flexner, said in a statement that the action "finally brings down the curtain on a series of issues of claims that were never justified and should never have been brought in the first place.
Most physicians are aware of the history of the Flexner Report, published in 1910.
With the Flexner Report of 1910 however, the medical pluralism of the 19th century came to a dramatic close and a new era of medical hegemony arose not seen since the decadent period of late Galenic medicine.
They argue that the changes in health professions education that followed the publication of the Flexner report in 1910 (2) and resulted in the global inclusion of basic and pre-clinical sciences in curricula, contributed to the doubling of the human lifespan in the 20th century.
Flexner once told the critic Faye Hirsch that his project is twofold: on the one hand, a quasi-scientific endeavor geared toward "documenting the flow of ink and the characteristics of the medium," and on the other, a pictorial one, concerned with the production of images, each with its own individual character.
The Flexner report of 1910 represents a watershed moment in the history of modern medical / health professional education.