Figure. Distribution of responses identifying which goal should be the top priority for pandemic influenza planning and response (n = 107). During the conference, attendees were split into five groups for a breakout session. At the beginning and end of each such session, each attendee was given anonymous questionnaires. Each group had the same first question, in which attendees were asked to choose one of five options for top priority for influenza pandemic planning. This figure shows the frequency distribution of the attendees’ choices.
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