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The Information Age - Implications for Orthopaedic Education

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Description: The rapid development and popularization of the Internet have profoundly changed the accessibility of information for those involved in health care decisions (residents, physicians, patients, nurses). Rapid developments in basic and clinical science, diagnostic and therapeutic technologies place their own pressures on learning orthopaedics. Now, more than ever, we need to be equipped with the mental attitude and intellectual tools to deal with and to exploit these changes.
The Information Age - Implications for Orthopaedic Education Christian J.H. Veillette, M.D. Edward J. Harvey, M.D., FRCSC COA Bulletin Full text

Type: Reference Material
Author/Contact: Veillette & Harvey
Institution: COA Bulletin
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Language: English

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Added: Wed Nov 18 2009