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Simulation-based team training at the sharp end: A qualitative study of simulation-based team training design, implementation, and evaluation in healthcare

Weaver Sallie J, Salas Eduardo, Lyons Rebecca, Lazzara Elizabeth H, Rosen Michael A, DiazGranados Deborah, Grim Julia G, Augenstein Jeffery S, Birnbach David J, King Heidi

Year : 2010| Volume: 3| Issue : 4 | Page no: 369-377

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