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Using a Hackathon for Interprofessional Health Education Opportunities

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Correspondence to Timothy Dy Aungst.

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Timothy Aungst holds a PharmD degree at MCPHS University.

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Aungst, T.D. Using a Hackathon for Interprofessional Health Education Opportunities. J Med Syst 39, 60 (2015).

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