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This study was supported by funding from the London Deanery ; the funders had no role in the study.
Drs Johnston, Arora, King, and Darzi are affiliated with the Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality (www.cpssq.org) at Imperial College, which is funded by the National Institute for Health Research, UK.