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The Contribution and Effectiveness of Blended Learning to the Training of Medical Students in Emergency Care: Lessons from The Moroccan Experience in Covid 19 Era.

Author: M. EL Mouhajir, A. Harbil, H. Moujtahid, L. Belyamani , N. Madani

Category: JMSR Medical Education


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