International Journal of Healthcare Simulation
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Focus groups in Healthcare Simulation
DOI 10.54531/yamj2519, Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Pages: 1-1
Article Type: Key Concepts, Article History

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McNaughton: Focus groups in Healthcare Simulation

References

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McNaughton N, Clark L. Focus group method for simulation. In Nestel D, Hui J, Kunkler K, Calhoun AW, Scerbo M, editors. Healthcare simulation research: a practical guide. Switzerland: Springer Nature. 2019. p. 93100.
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