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Bioterrorism Preparedness Beliefs and Perceptions: Ethnic and Sociocultural Differences

Davoudi, M.; Glik, D.; Harrison, K.; Riopelle, D.
UCLA School of Public Health

April 15, 2004

The results from this analysis, the first year report, as well as reports from the collaborating universities are being used to guide the following current activities: development of messaging content and formats, methods delivery methods developed for specific target audiences.


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