Confidence in managing human monkeypox cases in Asia: A cross-sectional survey among general practitioners in Indonesia

  title={Confidence in managing human monkeypox cases in Asia: A cross-sectional survey among general practitioners in Indonesia},
  author={Harapan Harapan and Abdul Malik Setiawan and Amanda Yufika and Samsul Anwar and Sri Wahyuni and Febrivan Wahyu Asrizal and Muhammad R. Sufri and Reza P. Putra and Nanda Putri Wijayanti and Salwiyadi Salwiyadi and Razi Maulana and Afriyani Khusna and Ina Nusrina and Muhammad Shidiq and Devi Fitriani and Muharrir Muharrir and Cut Husna and Fitria Yusri and Reza Maulana and Prattama Santoso Utomo and Mohd. Andalas and Abram Luther Wagner and Mudatsir Mudatsir},
  journal={Acta Tropica},
  pages={105450 - 105450}

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