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Emerging Themes in Epidemiology

, 1:5

First Online: 15 October 2004Received: 05 October 2004Accepted: 15 October 2004


In this first special theme issue, Emerging Themes in Epidemiology publishes a collection of articles on the theme of Epidemiology in conflict. Violent conflict is an issue of great sensitivity within public health, but more structured research and reasoned discussion will allow us to better mitigate the public health impacts of war, and place the public health community in a more informed position in discussions about possible interventions in future conflicts.

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Author: Clarence C Tam - Ben A Lopman - Olga Bornemisza - Egbert Sondorp

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