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Title Drinking water and infectious disease : establishing the links / edited by Paul Raymond Hunter, Mike Waite, Elettra Ronchi
Published Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press ; London : IWA, ©2003

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Description 1 online resource (221 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Surveillance of Waterborne Disease / Pierre Payment -- Principles and Components of Surveillance Systems / Paul R. Hunter -- Local Surveillance Systems / Catherine Quigley, James J. Gibson, Paul R. Hunter -- Developing an Integrated System of Health and Technical Data / Alan Thompson -- National Surveillance Systems / Rosalind Stanwell-Smith, Yvonne Andersson, Deborah A. Levy -- International Surveillance / Paul R. Hunter -- Investigation of Outbreaks of Waterborne Disease / Will Robertson, Al Dufour -- A Systems Approach to the Investigation and Control of Waterborne Outbreaks / Catherine Quigley, Paul R. Hunter -- Early Detection of Water-Related Disease Outbreaks / Jim Black, Christopher K. Fairley -- Microbiology and the Investigation of Waterborne Outbreaks: Typing of Norwalk-Like Virus / Carl-Henrik von Bonsdorff, Leena Maunula -- Microbiology and the Investigation of Waterborne Outbreaks: The Use of Cryptosporidium Typing in the Investigation of Waterborne Disease / Gordon Nichols, Jim McLauchlin -- Engineering Considerations in the Investigation of Waterborne Outbreaks / Kim R. Fox -- Causes of Waterborne Outbreaks Reported in the United States, 1991-1998 / Gunther F. Craun, Rebecca L. Calderon, Nena Nwachuku -- Cryptosporidium in England and Wales / Mike Waite, Peter Jiggins -- Investigation of Sporadic Waterborne Disease / Jamie Bartram -- Using Existing Surveillance-Based Data / Gordon Nichols -- Geographical Information Systems / Friederike Dangendorf, Susanne Herbst, Martin Exner, Thomas Kistemann
Summary In many countries, considerable uncertainty still exists about the contribution of drinking water to sporadic cases of disease. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO), led the Workshop on Molecular Technologies for Safe Drinking Water in 1998 to address the role of water in the transmission of infectious disease. One of the results was a call for improved surveillance and outbreak investigation. Drinking Water and Infectious Disease: Establishing the Links, derived from an OECD workshop hosted by the UK governm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Drinking water -- Microbiology -- Congresses
Communicable diseases -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses
Drinking water -- Contamination -- Congresses
Waterborne infection -- Congresses
Drinking water -- Contamination -- Congresses
Water -- Microbiology.
Epidemics.
Water Microbiology
Water Supply -- analysis
Communicable Diseases -- epidemiology
Disease Outbreaks
MEDICAL -- Health Risk Assessment.
MEDICAL -- Epidemiology.
Communicable diseases -- Environmental aspects.
Drinking water -- Contamination.
Drinking water -- Microbiology.
Waterborne infection.
Trinkwasser
Wasserverschmutzung
Infektionskrankheit
Aufsatzsammlung
Mikrobielle Kontamination
Krankheitsübertragung
Drinkwatervoorziening.
Infectieziekten.
Água potável (microbiologia)
Microbiologia da água.
Abastecimento de água.
Poluição da água (prevenção e controle)
Doenças transmissíveis (epidemiologia)
Surtos de doenças (prevenção e controle)
Vigilância sanitária.
Cryptosporidium.
Genre/Form Electronic book
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Hunter, Paul R
Waite, Mike
Ronchi, Elettra
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
LC no. 2002025936
ISBN 1420040529
9781420040524
1280645210
9781280645211
9786610645213
6610645213