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Minimum Data Set for Mass-Gatherings Health Research and Evaluation: A Response

  • Sheila A. Turris (a1) and Adam Lund (a2)
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Correspondence: Sheila A. Turris, RN, PhD, Nurse Practitioner (Family) 6th Floor, 132 West Esplanade North Vancouver V7 M 1A2 British Columbia, Canada E-mail sheila@ubcmgm.ca
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