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Technology-Supported Apprenticeship in the Management of Hypertension: A Randomized Controlled Trial

@inproceedings{Moore2014TechnologySupportedAI,
  title={Technology-Supported Apprenticeship in the Management of Hypertension: A Randomized Controlled Trial},
  author={John O. Moore and David Judge and Franklin H. Moss and Scott Gilroy and Joanna Crocker and Randall M. Zusman},
  year={2014}
}

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