Reports to cong r e s s i o n a l committees.
PUBLIC LAW 92-157-NOV. 18, 1971
ply of adequately trained personnel in the health professions needed to meet the health needs of the Nation. " (F) Projects to establish, at schools of medicine, osteopathy, or dentistry, increased emphasis on, and training in, the science of clinical pharmacology; diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of drug and alcohol use and abuse; the assessment of the efficacy of various therapeutic regimens, and; in the case of schools of medicine and osteopathy, the science of nutrition. " (G) Projects to provide, at schools of pharmacy, for increased emphasis on, and training in, clinical pharmacy, drug use and abuse, and where appropriate clinical pharmacology. " (H) Projects to increase admissions to, and enrollment and retention in, such schools of qualified individuals who, due to socioeconomic factors, are financially or educationally disadvantaged. " (I) Projects to train and educate primary care health professionals with particular emphasis (in the case of schools of medicine, osteopathy, and dentistry) upon the establishment of new, or expansion of existing, programs for training in family medicine. "(2) The Secretary may make on-site inspections of any school, or require the supplying of information or data from any school, receiving a grant under subsection (a) to determine the extent to which such school is carrying out the specific projects required to be included in the plan submitted by such school (pursuant to paragraph (1)) in connection with its application for such grant. " (3) The Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare of the Senate and the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives two reports containing full and complete information as to the extent to which schools receiving grants under subsection (a) are carrying out the specific projects included in plans submitted by them pursuant to paragraph (1). The first such report shall be submitted not later than January 1, 1973, and the second such report shall be submitted not later than September 1, 1974. " (h) ENROLLMENT AND GRADUATION DETERMINATIONS.—
42 USC 295g.
" F u l l - t i m e students."
" (1) For purposes of this part and part F, regulations of the Secretary shall include provisions relating to determination of the number of students enrolled in a school, or in a particular yearclass in a school, or the number of graduates, as the case may be, on the basis of estimates or on the basis of the number of students who were enrolled in a school, or in a particular year-class in a school, or were graduates, in an earlier year, as the case may be, or on such basis as he deems appropriate for making such determination, and shall include methods of making such determination when a school or a year-class was not in existence in an earlier year at a school. "(2) For purposes of this part and part F, the term 'full-time students' (whether such term is used by itself or in connection with a particular year-class) means students pursuing a full-time course of study leading to a degree of doctor of medicine, doctor of dentistry, or an equivalent degree, doctor of osteopathy, bachelor of science in pharmacy or an equivalent degree, doctor of optometry or an equivalent degree, doctor of veterinary medicine or an equivalent degree, or doctor of podiatry or an equivalent degree.