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The Use of Unethical Research in Wilderness Medicine Education

      Last year, I attended a virtual conference on wilderness medicine. The topics were carefully chosen and the speakers were well prepared. Although I missed the pre-pandemic routine of sitting next to and chatting with like-minded colleagues from around the globe in the conventional conference venue, I very much enjoyed having the content zoomed in to the privacy, comfort, and safety of my home.
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