Re: Competency-based training versus traditional experiences in radiology; how best to educate the radiologists of the future?

Published on Dec 1, 2009in Clinical Radiology2.118
· DOI :10.1016/J.CRAD.2009.06.014
J.B. Jones1
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(Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust),
T. Watson (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust)+ 1 AuthorsAndrew Scarsbrook29
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(Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust)
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