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Liu JJ, Davidson E, Bhopal RS, et al. Adapting Health Promotion Interventions to Meet the Needs of Ethnic Minority Groups: Mixed-Methods Evidence Synthesis. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2012 Nov. (Health Technology Assessment, No. 16.44.)

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