Sep 24, 2019
Episode length 29:59
These days we live in a world of healthcare and HPE where resources are limited – choices must be made; there are increasing demands for transparency; there is more scrutiny of costs and efficiency of spending.
No voting on Methology but voting on Educational Impact starts at 27:00
Authors: Maloney et al.,
Publication details: AMEE Guide No. 123 – How to read studies of educational costs Med Teach. 2019 May;41(5):497-504.
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