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The Public Health System Response to the 2014 West Virginia Water Crisis

Stoto, M., Piltch-Loeb, R., and Savoia, E. (2015). The Public Health System Response to the 2014 West Virginia Water Crisis.

The authors analyzed the public health system’s response to the spill of close to 10,000 gallons of a chemical cleaning agent into West Virginia's Elk River, a public water supply to nine counties in the state. They focused specifically on internal and external (risk) communication with the public.
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