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Washing our hands: The Non-Science-Based Response to H1N1

March 10, 2010


Science may not provide the answers to all questions, but when we ignore science to pursue other policy objectives we undermine our ability to convince the public. Consider how the approach to social marketing in relation to H1N1 used science. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) issued two television ads during the flu season. […]

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