Clinical Librarian Attendance at General Surgery Quality of Care Rounds (Morbidity and Mortality Conference)

Greco, Elisa; Englesakis, Marina; Faulkner, Amy; Trojan, Boguslawa; Rotstein, Lorne E.; Urbach, David R.
September 2009
Surgical Innovation;Sep2009, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p266
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