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Simulated Physician Learning Intervention to Improve Safety and Quality of Diabetes Care: A Randomized Trial

By Patrick J. O'Connor, JoAnn M. Sperl-Hillen, Paul E. Johnson, William A. Rush, Stephen E. Asche, Pradyumina Dutta and George R. Biltz
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
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