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The role of partnerships in health risk communication

Risk communication concepts are embodied in Army Medicine’s efforts to build partnerships with academic, government, and corporate experts to combat health risks associated with military health issues, such as behavioral health (BH) and suicides.



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Date Taken:01.02.2014

Date Posted:01.02.2014 13:55

Photo ID:1146029

VIRIN:140102-A-DU123-023

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