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From: Perceived utility and feasibility of pathogen genomics for public health practice: a survey among public health professionals working in the field of infectious diseases, Belgium, 2019

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Familiarity of participants with pathogen genomics according to their position in the information cycle, Belgium, 2019. Subgroups: (i) data providers (n=69) including microbiologists, molecular biologists, bioinformaticians, and clinical biologists, and (ii) data end-users (n=77) including epidemiologists, local infection control practitioners, hospital hygienists, and clinicians. Categories: (i) ‘Very - I am involved in the generation and/or use of NGS data’, (ii) ‘Somewhat - I have a general sense of the applications of NGS’, and (iii) ‘Not at all - I don't know anything about NGS and its applications’

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