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How do I effectively use electronic continuing medical education?

  • Stuart P. Swadron (a1) and Mel Herbert (a1)
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Department of Emergency Medicine, Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, GH1011, 1200 North State Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033; swadron@usc.edu

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