Who Can Speak for the Emergently Ill? Testing a Method to Identify Communities and Their Leaders
Merchant, Raina M.
Rubright, Jonathan D.
Pryor, John P.
Karlawish, Jason H.T.
Academic Emergency Medicine 2008 June; 15(6): 581-583
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