Effectivity of E-Learning as a Resident Education and Engagement Tool

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Joanne Jacob
Alexandria Brown
Claire Wiggins
Suzanne Alkul
Audrey Chan
Soo Jung Kim


residency training, resident education, e-learning, messaging, virtual education, remote education, survey


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