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A brief history of injury and accident prevention publications
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    "Manual stack reviews. Brief history of injury and accident prevention publications "
    • Les Fisher, safety/management consultant
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      • Theodore Brown

    Dear Editor,

    Thank you for an innovative and practical editorial illustrating applications of the Web of Science for historical research on peer reviewed journal archives (1).

    Several years ago, I went to a medical library and manually reviewed all the annual indices between 1900 and 1975 of the American Journal of Public Health and of Public Health Reports for citations on home or child a...

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