Guidance Document for the Development of a Concept Paper on the Establishment and Functioning of a National Immunization Technical Advisory Group

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Guidance Document for the Development of a Concept Paper on the Establishment and Functioning of a National Immunization Technical Advisory Group
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SIVAC
AMP
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АПМ - Агентство по Профилактической Медицине
SIVAC Initiative
Год публикации
2015

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This document builds on WHO guidance; it presents the steps for developing a concept paper for the establishment of a NITAG and the key points to be addressed.

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