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Designing Assessment Programmes for the Model Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Specialists

  • James Kwan (a1), Nicholas Jouriles (a2), Andrew Singer (a3), Venkataraman Anantharaman (a4), Gautam Bodiwala (a5) (a6), Peter Cameron (a7), C. James (Jim) Holliman (a8), Cees van der Vleuten (a9) and Cherri Hobgood (a10)...
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Correspondence to: Cherri Hobgood, Faculty Office Building, 720 Eskenazi Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202; Email: chobgood@iu.edu

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