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Knowledge, Perception, and Capacity Regarding Emergency Risk Communication: A Cross-Sectional Survey of 429 County Health Emergency Response Staff in Chongqing, China

  • Lu Tang (a1), Yan Zhang (a1), Kaocong Tian (a1), Dianguo Xing (a2), Jun Sun (a3) and Jingfu Qiu (a1)...
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Correspondence and reprint requests to Professor Yan Zhang, Chongqing Medical University, 1 Yixueyuan Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing, 400016, China (e-mail:cqmudzy@163.com).

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Knowledge, Perception, and Capacity Regarding Emergency Risk Communication: A Cross-Sectional Survey of 429 County Health Emergency Response Staff in Chongqing, China

  • Lu Tang (a1), Yan Zhang (a1), Kaocong Tian (a1), Dianguo Xing (a2), Jun Sun (a3) and Jingfu Qiu (a1)...

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