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This FOCUS issue offered by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health discusses the particulars of hypothesis-generating interviews to gather information during the initial stages of an outbreak investigation.
- Present an overview of how to conduct a hypothesis-generating interview
- Provide details on who to interview, and when and where to do the interviews
- List factors to ask about when in an outbreak the responsible agent is suspected or known and when the agent is unknown
- Provide useful tips on conducting successful hypothesis-generating interviews