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The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Rectal Cancer Project: Protocol for a Pan-Canadian, Multidisciplinary Quality Improvement Initiative to Optimize the Quality of Rectal Cancer Care

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The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Rectal Cancer Project: Protocol for a Pan-Canadian, Multidisciplinary Quality Improvement Initiative to Optimize the Quality of Rectal Cancer Care
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JMIR Research Protocols, January 2020
DOI 10.2196/15535
Authors

Amandeep Pooni, Selina Schmocker, Carl Brown, Anthony MacLean, Lara Williams, Nancy N Baxter, Marko Simunovic, Alexander Sender Liberman, Sebastien Drolet, Katerina Neumann, Kartik Jhaveri, Richard Kirsch, Erin Diane Kennedy

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#11,694,501
of 14,747,975 outputs
Outputs from JMIR Research Protocols
#1,212
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#186,117
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Outputs of similar age from JMIR Research Protocols
#19
of 29 outputs
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