An Organizational Guide to Building Health Services Research Capacity
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iv Yanagihara R, Chang L, Ernst T. Building infrastructure for HIV/AIDS and mental health research at institutions serving minorities. American Journal of Public Health, 2009; 99(S1):S82-S86.
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vii Northridge ME, Sidbe S, Gohel TJ. Environment and health: Capacity building for the future. American Journal of Public Health, 2004; 94(11):1849-1850.
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