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A Call to Action: The Future of Simulation-based Research in Emergency Medicine in Canada

  • Adam Cheng (a1) and Farhan Bhanji (a2)
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Correspondence to: Adam Cheng, Professor, University of Calgary, KidSim-ASPIRE Research Program, Alberta Children's Hospital, Departments of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, 28 Oki Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta, CanadaT3B 6A8; Email: chenger@me.com

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A Call to Action: The Future of Simulation-based Research in Emergency Medicine in Canada

  • Adam Cheng (a1) and Farhan Bhanji (a2)

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