- Mustafa Cikirikcioglu, University Hospital of Geneva
- Mark Hammerberg, Denver Health Medical Center
- Oliver Thomusch, University of Freiburg
- Maurits de Brauw, Slotervaart Hospital
- Tom Rowles, BioMed Central
Scoping review of surgical process improvement tools (SPITs)in cancer surgery leads to the development of a conceptual framework and the identification of gaps in current knowledge, which should help guide the development of new instruments.
BMC Surgery 2014, 14:36
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