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An Examination of Stewardship Interventions by Major Category in an Urban Academic Medical Center

  • James Pellerin (a1), Michael Edmond (a1), Gonzalo Bearman (a1), Kimberly Lee (a1) and Michael P. Stevens (a1)...
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Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, 1300 East Marshall Street, P.O. Box 980019, Richmond, Virginia 23298 (jpelleri@mcvh-vcu.edu)

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