“Best Case/Worst Case”: Training Surgeons to Use a Novel Communication Tool for High-Risk Acute Surgical Problems

Jacqueline M. Kruser, Lauren J. Taylor, Toby C. Campbell, Amy Zelenski, Sara K. Johnson, Michael J. Nabozny, Nicole M. Steffens, Jennifer L. Tucholka, Kris L. Kwekkeboom, Margaret L. Schwarze*

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