Synchronous Online Journal Club to Connect Subspecialty Trainees across Geographic Barriers.

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Summary of "Synchronous Online Journal Club to Connect Subspecialty Trainees across Geographic Barriers."

Journal club holds a well-respected place in medical education by promoting critical review of the literature and fostering scholarly discussions. Journal clubs are often not available to trainees with niche interests due to the geographic limitations of subspecialty programs such as simulation, medical education, disaster medicine, ultrasound, global health, and women's health.


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Name: The western journal of emergency medicine
ISSN: 1936-9018
Pages: 33-36


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