Factors Influencing Lebanese Medical Students' Decisions to Train Abroad: Evaluation of a Conceptual Framework

Akl, Elie A.; Maroun, Nancy; Li, Carl K.; Grant, Brydon J. B.; Schünemann, Holger J.
January 2012
Open Public Health Journal;2012, Vol. 5, p19
Academic Journal
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