Training tomorrow's chest physicians

December 2006
Thorax;Dec2006 Supplement 2, Vol. 61, pii41
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts of medical research about training chest physicians. They include "Specialist Training in Respiratory Medicine, How Do We Learn?" "Plotting the Decline in UK Respiratory Research: An Internet Based Analysis," and "Interests of Respiratory Specialist Registrars in Aspects of Respiratory Critical Care."


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