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Community based interventions—less than perfect?
  1. L Fisher
  1. Safety/Management Consultant (Archivist, American Public Health Association, ICEHS Section: see related commentaries at:, 97 Union Avenue, South, Delmar, NY 12054, USA;

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    Thanks to Nixon et al1 and Moller2 for opening a dialogue on community based interventions. As learning organizations,3 we must continue to critically share evidence based and less than perfect experiments that face real world constraints. I describe here how a “successful” but imperfect start up enterprise4 enhanced that field.

    From 1976–84, my co-investigators …

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