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Can ill-structured problems reveal beliefs about medical knowledge and knowing? A focus-group approach.

Bibliographic reference Roex, Ann ; Clarebout, Geraldine ; Dory, Valérie ; Degryse, Jean-Marie. Can ill-structured problems reveal beliefs about medical knowledge and knowing? A focus-group approach.. In: BMC medical education, Vol. 9, p. 62 (2009)
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