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How does an organisation educate and train healthcare staff during such critical times? What may be negative impact of such lost opportunities? How do organisations take charge of educating the public they serve for high impact actions during such periods? This article explores the evidence from previous pandemics and draws on what methods might be suitable for organisations to adopt.
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