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Methods for conducting systematic reviews of the evidence of effectiveness and economic efficiency of interventions to reduce injuries to motor vehicle occupants

TitleMethods for conducting systematic reviews of the evidence of effectiveness and economic efficiency of interventions to reduce injuries to motor vehicle occupants
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsZaza, S, Carande-Kulis, VG, Sleet, DA, Sosin, DM, Elder, RW, Shults, RA, Dinh-Zarr, TB, Nichols, JL, Thompson, RS, Task Force on Community Services
JournalAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine
Volume21
Issue4S
Pagination23-30
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