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Appendix C Commissioned Reports That Informed the Four Mixed-Method Reviews This appendix lists the 10 works commissioned by the committee to inform its mixed- method reviews. These commissioned papers can be found under the resources tab at http://www.nap.edu/catalog/25650. ï· Brown University Center for Evidence Synthesis in Healthâs commissioned report â Data Extraction and Quality Assessment: Methodology and Evidence Tables ï· Wayne State Universityâs commissioned reports â Engaging with and Training Community-Based Partners for Public Health Emergencies: Qualitative Research Evidence Synthesis â Public Health Emergency Operations Coordination: Qualitative Research Evidence Synthesis â Communicating Public Health Alerts and Guidance with Technical Audiences: Qualitative Research Evidence Synthesis â Quarantine as a Non-Pharmaceutical Intervention: Qualitative Research Evidence Synthesis ï· Sneha Patelâs commissioned reports â Engaging with and Training Community-Based Partners to Improve the Outcomes of At-Risk Populations After Public Health Emergencies: Findings from Case Reports â Public Health Emergency Operations Coordination: Findings from After Action Reports and Case Reports â Information Sharing with Technical Audiences: Findings from After Action Reports and Case Reports â Use of Quarantine as a Non-Pharmaceutical Intervention for Public Health Emergencies: Findings from Case Reports ï· Jeremy Goldhaber-Feibertâs commissioned report â In what situations do modeling studies suggest quarantine is more versus less effective to control infectious disease outbreaks? PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS C-1