The Random Dialing Survey as a Tool for Community Consultation for Research Involving the Emergency Medicine Exception From Informed Consent
Bulger, Eileen M.
Schmidt, Terri A.
Cook, Andrea J.
Brasel, Karen J.
Griffiths, Denise E.
Kudenchuk, Peter J.
Idris, Ahamed H.
Aufderheide, Tom P.
Annals of Emergency Medicine 2009 March; 53(3): 341-350, 350.e1-2
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