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2011 Joint AAPM/COMP Meeting - Session: Practical Medical Physics - Writing and Reviewing Papers for the Medical Physics Journal

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Writing and Reviewing Papers for Medical Physics - Criteria for Associate Editors and Referees
William Hendee, PhD. Rochester, MN
whendee@mcw.edu


Handout(s): 59-15074-14514-163.pdf 
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