Two Heads are Better Than One in medical students' diagnosing, JAMA Jan 20 issue
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Two Heads are Better Than One in medical students' diagnosing according to study published in JAMA Jan 20 issue.
Of note, the publication of this article received coverage in the Medscape, MedPage Today, PIAA Newsbriefs, Health Day's physiciansbriefing.com, modernheathcare.com and other news outlets.
Diagnostic Performance by Medical Students Working Individually or in Teams
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