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A comprehensive framework for international medical programs: A 2017 consensus statement from the American College of Academic International Medicine

Garg Manish, Peck Gregory L, Arquilla Bonnie, Miller Andrew C, Soghoian Sari E, Anderson III Harry L, Bloem Christina, Firstenberg Michael S, Galwankar Sagar C, Guo Weidun Alan, Izurieta Ricardo, Krebs Elizabeth, Hansoti Bhakti, Nanda Sudip, Nwachuku Chinenye O, Nwomeh Benedict, Paladino Lorenzo, Papadimos Thomas J, Sharpe Richard P, Swaroop Mamta, Stawicki Stanislaw P, On behalf of the ACAIM Consensus Group on International Medical Programs

Year : 2017| Volume: 7| Issue : 4 | Page no: 188-200

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