The role of Hi Fidelity simulation in designing emergency airway management algorithms: The experience of the UK National Tracheostomy Safety ProjectCitation formats

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  • Brendan McGrath
  • Catherine Doherty
  • John Moore
  • Lucy Bates
  • Dougal Atkinson
  • Hannah Donaldson

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The role of Hi Fidelity simulation in designing emergency airway management algorithms: The experience of the UK National Tracheostomy Safety Project. / McGrath, Brendan; Doherty, Catherine; Moore, John; Bates, Lucy; Hughes, Gareth; Atkinson, Dougal; Donaldson, Hannah .

In: BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning, 01.01.2018.

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McGrath, Brendan ; Doherty, Catherine ; Moore, John ; Bates, Lucy ; Hughes, Gareth ; Atkinson, Dougal ; Donaldson, Hannah . / The role of Hi Fidelity simulation in designing emergency airway management algorithms: The experience of the UK National Tracheostomy Safety Project. In: BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning. 2018.

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AU - Donaldson, Hannah

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