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    Zoraster, Richard M. and Burkle, Christopher M. 2013. Disaster Documentation for the Clinician. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, Vol. 7, Issue. 04, p. 354.


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Electronic Health Records Critical in the Aftermath of Disasters

  • Mahshid Abir (a1), Farzad Mostashari (a2), Parmeeth Atwal (a2) and Nicole Lurie (a3)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1049023X12001409
  • Published online: 25 September 2012
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Correspondence: Mahshid Abir, MD, MSc Department of Emergency Medicine George Washington University 2150 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Suite 2B-417 Washington, DC 20037 USA E-mail mabir@mfa.gwu.edu
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