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|email@example.com||discussion groups in medical education||2||Jun 8 2009, 12:33 AM EDT by igme|
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Discussion groups work at national meetings on specific topics. They last for an hour; you have networked and meet one or two people you may want to keep in touch with often. However, maybe they are meant to be more one-on-one or with three or four people who meet to work on a grant and can't get to a meeting because its off campus.
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|DeirdreB||What do you think of this wiki?||8||Aug 23 2008, 1:28 PM EDT by tenkkula|
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