Advancing clinical leadership to improve the implementation of evidence-based practice in surgery: a longitudinal mixed-method study protocol View Full Text


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2020-12-01

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Amy Grove, Aileen Clarke, Graeme Currie, Andy Metcalfe, Catherine Pope, Kate Seers

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