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Primary Care Physicians’ and Patients’ Perspectives on Equity and Health Security of Infectious Disease Digital Surveillance

Wong, W., Zhao, I., Ma, Y., Dong, W., Liu, J., Pang, Q., Lu, X., Molassiotis, A., Holroyd, E.

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This qualitative study conducted in urban areas of northern and southern China examined how digital detection surveillance for infectious diseases was perceived and experienced by primary care physicians and patients; the findings discuss important ethical considerations for ensuring patient autonomy and rights when digital detection surveillance is used.

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