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        An Environmental Scan of Academic Emergency Medicine at the 17 Canadian Medical Schools: Why Does this Matter to Emergency Physicians? – CORRIGENDUM
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doi:10.1017/cem.2016.346

In the original publication of “An Environmental Scan of Academic Emergency Medicine at the 17 Canadian Medical Schools: Why Does this Matter to Emergency Physicians?,” the article was incorrectly identified in its sub-categorization as a CAEP Academic Symposium Paper. The article was intended only as an Original Research article.

The authors and editors regret this error.

Reference

Stiell, G, Artz, JD, Lang, ES, et al. An Environmental Scan of Academic Emergency Medicine at the 17 Canadian Medical Schools: Why Does this Matter to Emergency Physicians? CJEM 2017;19(1):39-46.