Competency on Call: Resident Driven Learning Objectives for Competency-Based Medical Education

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Fage, B., Alldred, T., Levitt, S. et al. Competency on Call: Resident Driven Learning Objectives for Competency-Based Medical Education. Acad Psychiatry 44, 812–813 (2020).

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