Iranian Journal of Public Health 2018. 47(5):775-776.

Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Regarding Ebola Virus Disease and Related Factors among International Students of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 2015
Kabir Ozigi ABDULLAHI, Kourosh HOLAKOUIE-NAIENI, Abbas RAHIMI FOROUSHANI, Elham AHMADNEZHAD, Owais RAZA, Shahrzad NEMATOLLAHI

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