Medical Education Theme Issue 2008

Golub, Robert M.
December 2007
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;12/12/2007, Vol. 298 Issue 22, p2677
Academic Journal
This editorial presents a call for research papers for the medical education theme issue planned for September 2008. The editors are looking for studies that incorporate the most relevant outcomes in clinical practice and patient care or offer better techniques for their measure. All submitted papers will be considered. The deadline for submission is March 1, 2008.


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