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Disaster medicine training: The case for virtual reality

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Derrick Tin, Attila J Hertelendy, and Gregory R Ciottone. 2021. “ Disaster medicine training: The case for virtual reality .” The American journal of emergency medicine, Pp. S0735-6757 (21) 00096-6. Publisher's Version
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