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Do examiners in the 'long cases' part of an integrated clinical examination stick to the end terms of medical education ?

(2002)
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Derese, Anselme, Bieke Morlion, L Smet, et al. “Do Examiners in the ‘Long Cases’ Part of an Integrated Clinical Examination Stick to the End Terms of Medical Education ?” 2002. Print.
APA
Derese, A., Morlion, B., Smet, L., Van der Veken, J., & Van Hecke, E. (2002). Do examiners in the “long cases” part of an integrated clinical examination stick to the end terms of medical education ? Presented at the Ottawa International Conference.
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Derese, Anselme, Bieke Morlion, L Smet, Jos Van der Veken, and Eric Van Hecke. 2002. “Do Examiners in the ‘Long Cases’ Part of an Integrated Clinical Examination Stick to the End Terms of Medical Education ?” In .
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Derese, Anselme, Bieke Morlion, L Smet, Jos Van der Veken, and Eric Van Hecke. 2002. “Do Examiners in the ‘Long Cases’ Part of an Integrated Clinical Examination Stick to the End Terms of Medical Education ?” In .
Vancouver
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Derese A, Morlion B, Smet L, Van der Veken J, Van Hecke E. Do examiners in the “long cases” part of an integrated clinical examination stick to the end terms of medical education ? 2002.
IEEE
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A. Derese, B. Morlion, L. Smet, J. Van der Veken, and E. Van Hecke, “Do examiners in the ‘long cases’ part of an integrated clinical examination stick to the end terms of medical education ?,” presented at the Ottawa International Conference, Ottawa, Canada, 2002.
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  author       = {Derese, Anselme and Morlion, Bieke and Smet, L and Van der Veken, Jos and Van Hecke, Eric},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ottawa, Canada},
  title        = {Do examiners in the 'long cases' part of an integrated clinical examination stick to the end terms of medical education ?},
  year         = {2002},
}