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close this bookCommunicable Disease Control in Emergencies - A Field Manual (WHO; 2005; 308 pages) View the PDF document
View the documentINTRODUCTION
open this folder and view contents1. RAPID ASSESSMENT
open this folder and view contents2. PREVENTION
open this folder and view contents3. SURVEILLANCE
open this folder and view contents4. OUTBREAK CONTROL
open this folder and view contents5. DISEASE PREVENTION AND CONTROL
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Communicable Disease Control in Emergencies - A Field Manual

Edited by M.A. Connolly

World Health

WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data

Communicable disease control in emergencies: a field manual edited by M. A. Connolly.

1. Communicable disease control-methods 2. Emergencies 3. Disease outbreaks-prevention and control 4. Manuals I.Connolly, Máire A.

ISBN 92 4 154616 6

(NLM Classification: WA 110)



© World Health Organization, 2005

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