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Field exercises are useful for improving public health emergency responses 97 87 0
Surveillance should be strengthened to improve epidemiological understandings of mosquito-borne Barmah Forest virus infection 7 6 0
Acceptance of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza vaccination by the Australian public 121 114 0
Diagnosis and management of zoonoses - a tool for general practice 26 20 0
Knowledge about pandemic influenza and compliance with containment measures among Australians 109 104 0
Australia's first pandemic influenza mass vaccination clinic exercise: Hunter New England Area Health Service, NSW, Australia 313 276 4
Cross sectional survey of human-bat interaction in Australia: public health implications 21 18 0
Natural warm water spa baths in rural Australia and public health risks 522 482 0
Identifying pneumonia outbreaks of public health importance: can emergency department data assist in earlier identification? 142 132 2
The public health value of emergency department syndromic surveillance following a natural disaster 132 111 4
Evidence of Cryptosporidium transmission between cattle and humans in northern New South Wales 40 37 0
Evidence supporting zoonotic transmission of Cryptosporidium in rural New South Wales 180 170 0
Epidemiology of enteroviral meningoencephalitis in neonates and young infants 23 16 0
Understanding human - bat interactions in NSW, Australia: improving risk communication for prevention of Australian bat lyssavirus 38 32 0
Responses to pandemic (H1N1) 2009, Australia 99 93 0
Household disaster preparedness and information sources: rapid cluster survey after a storm in New South Wales, Australia 252 223 9
Improving communicable disease outbreak preparedness in residential aged care facilities using an interventional interview strategy 84 80 0
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