Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Is centralization in emergency rural medicine always right? Lessons learned from two cases of decompression sickness

Toshihide  Sato

Toshihide Sato

qualifications: MD

contribution: original concept

position: Staff physician

Japan


Toru  Iga

Toru Iga

qualifications: MD

contribution: collected data

position: Physician-in-chief


Kentaro   Nagashima

Kentaro Nagashima

qualifications: MD

contribution: designed the project

position: Staff physician


Shigeki  Matsubara

Prof Shigeki Matsubara

qualifications: MD, PhD

position: Professor

Since 2002, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Vice President of Center for Perinatal Medicine, Jichi Medical University, Tochigi, Japan. I have been working as an obstetrician for 3 decades and hitherto wrote 105 first author English peer-reviewed papers. The Chief of Clinical Research Support Team (CRST)-Jichi, which helps remote physicians to write scientific papers. I used to be a remote rural general physician myself.


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