Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany

Wörmann T, Jahn HJ, Prüfer-Krämer L, Krämer A (2010)
The European Journal of Public Health 20: 207-208.

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Wörmann T, Jahn HJ, Prüfer-Krämer L, Krämer A. Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany. The European Journal of Public Health. 2010;20:207-208.
Wörmann, T., Jahn, H. J., Prüfer-Krämer, L., & Krämer, A. (2010). Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany. The European Journal of Public Health, 20, 207-208.
Wörmann, T., Jahn, H. J., Prüfer-Krämer, L., and Krämer, A. (2010). Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany. The European Journal of Public Health 20, 207-208.
Wörmann, T., et al., 2010. Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany. The European Journal of Public Health, 20, p 207-208.
T. Wörmann, et al., “Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany”, The European Journal of Public Health, vol. 20, 2010, pp. 207-208.
Wörmann, T., Jahn, H.J., Prüfer-Krämer, L., Krämer, A.: Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany. The European Journal of Public Health. 20, 207-208 (2010).
Wörmann, Tanja, Jahn, Heiko J., Prüfer-Krämer, Luise, and Krämer, Alexander. “Infectious diseases and testing behaviour in patients getting substitution treatment in Germany”. The European Journal of Public Health 20 (2010): 207-208.
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