Compliance with American Academy of Pediatrics and American Public Health Association illness exclusion guidelines for child care centers in Maryland: Who follows them and when?
Copeland, Kristen A.;
Harris, Emily N.;
Cheng, Tina L.;
American Academy of Pediatrics
||A study of illness exclusion guideline knowledge and compliance for center based child care in a sample of pediatricians, parents, and child care providers in Baltimore, Maryland, evaluating participants' exclusion and inclusion decisions in 6 case vignettes depicting common child care illnesses using American Academy of Pediatrics and American Public Health guidelines
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