Citizens Attitudes about the Emergency Situations Caused by Epidemics in Serbia

  • Vladimir M. CVETKOVIĆ Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade, Gospodara Vucica 50, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
  • Elizabeta RISTANOVIĆ Military Medical Academy, University of Defence in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Jasmina GAČIĆ Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade, Gospodara Vucica 50, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
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Abstract

Citizens Attitudes about the Emergency Situations Caused by Epidemics in Serbia

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Published
2018-08-01
How to Cite
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CVETKOVIĆ VM, RISTANOVIĆ E, GAČIĆ J. Citizens Attitudes about the Emergency Situations Caused by Epidemics in Serbia. IJPH. 47(8):1213-4.
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Letter to the Editor