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rfilipe posted on 11/6/2015 2:38:36 PM:
I've been trying to learn more about how the steps for outbreak investigations and found other sources which present a list of steps for outbreak investigations.
I understand that different contexts require different adaptations of the steps and can only guess that there are more variations. I would like to leave here the challenge to compare the different approaches and enrich the FEM Wiki articles with this analysis. Is there anyone who has already invested some work on this? As an inspiration, a friend pointed me out to the Wikipedia article on the 10 commandments, which in fact are 14 and each religion talks about the 10 commandments referring to a selected subset of those 14.
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