Child's Deluxe Where's Waldo knit sweater, hat, and glasses
IMPORTANT: Costumes are sized differently than apparel, use the Rubieâs Child Size Chart, do not choose based on childâs age or clothing size
Officially licensed Where's Waldo? costume; look for authentic Universal and Rubie's trademarks
Wear with your own pants or skirt
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Call for Papers: Primary Care and Health Disparities
FMCH is planning a special issue on “Primary Care and Health Disparities” that will be published in Spring 2022.
The Coronavirus Disease (COVID) pandemic continues to exacerbate health inequity and widens disparities worldwide. Family Medicine Community Health (FMCH), an academic journal dedicated to promoting ‘Health Care for All’ through disseminating novel knowledge and best practices in primary care and community health, is inviting submissions of original research, commentary, review, and methodology papers related to this focus from international primary care research community.
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