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CJEM and the changing landscape of medical education and knowledge translation

  • Brent Thoma (a1), Rohit Mohindra (a2), Jennifer D. Artz (a3) and Teresa M. Chan (a4)
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Correspondence to: Dr. Brent Thoma, Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program, Room 2686, Royal University Hospital, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8; Email: brent.thoma@usask.ca

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