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As the media interest in H1N1 Influenza A (‘swine flu’) ebbs and wanes, it is important to prepare ourselves for the societal—not just the medical—implications of this outbreak. While practitioners may, rightly, anticipate a desire for physical intervention (eg, face masks),1 psychologists also point to the societal ‘out-grouping’ that can follow an epidemic. …
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