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  • The peculiar epidemic, part I : social response to AIDS in Alameda county
  • AIDS ; California ; Epidemic ; Health ; Medical services ; Organization ; Risk ; United States of America ; Vulnerability
  • The AIDS epidemic provides an example of a peculiar epidemic, in which threat to social welfare failed to provoke adequate social efforts at containment. 31 AIDS providers are interviewed in California about the development of their AIDS-related
  • services. There are difficulties in building collaborative effort in a fragmented care system, and other political and social problems. The findings support the concept that vulnerabilities can derail epidemic response, making social mobilization
  • an essential tool for epidemic control.
  • AIDS epidemic in Puerto Rico - ideas for geography teaching
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Health ; Medical geography ; Puerto Rico ; Spatial analysis ; Trend surface
  • In a classroom setting, the study of the diffusion of health-related phenomena offers the opportunity to introduce students to the basic concepts of spatial diffusion. The AIDS epidemic can be used to study a range of issues such as power and gender
  • AIDS an Africa - when will the epidemic level off
  • AIDS ; Africa ; Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Health ; Location ; Prospective study
  • The spatial spead of the AIDS epidemic in Ohio : empirical analyses using the expansion method
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Expansion method ; Health ; Methodology ; Ohio ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; United States
  • The expansion methodology is applied to investigating the spatial spread of the AIDS epidemic in Ohio. To this effect, the spread of the epidemic is conceptualized as the parametric drift of mathematical relationships capable of representing
  • The spatial anatomy of an epidemic : influenza in London and the county boroughs of England and Wales, 1918-1919
  • Diffusion ; England and Wales ; Epidemic ; Health ; Historical geography ; Spatial analysis ; United Kingdom ; Years 1910-19
  • The paper examines the spatial structure of influenza transmission during the ten-month course of the epidemic (June 1918-April 1919). Through the application of a range of statistical methods, it is shown that the three waves that comprised
  • A stochastic model for measles epidemics in a multi-region setting
  • The invasion of human epidemic diseases into Australia, New Zealand, and the Southwest Pacific: the geographical context
  • Australia ; Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemic ; Epidemiology ; Health ; New Zealand ; Pacific Region ; Space time
  • Forecasting the extent of the HIV/AIDS epidemic
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Forecast;Prediction ; Health ; Methodology ; Model ; Multiplicator ; Time series ; United States
  • Policies for cubing the HIV epidemic in the United States: implications of a simulation model
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Health ; Model ; Probability ; Risk ; Sexual behaviour ; Simulation ; Social group ; United States
  • Spatial diffusion of the HIV/AIDS epidemic : modeling implications and case study of AIDS incidence in Ohio
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Health ; Model ; Ohio ; Simulation ; Space time ; United States
  • Spatial aspects of epidemic control
  • Community ; Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Spatial analysis
  • Effect of small-world networks on epidemic propagation and intervention
  • Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Model ; Network ; Oregon ; Social network ; United States of America
  • Spatio-temporal exploration of SARS epidemic
  • Asia ; China ; Epidemic ; Health ; Methodology ; Space time ; Spatial analysis
  • The Philippines insurrection and the 1902-4 cholera epidemic : Part I - epidemiological diffusion processes in war
  • Conflict ; Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Historical geography ; Philippines ; Spatial autocorrelation ; War ; Years 1900-09
  • Controlling HIV/AIDS in Ireland: the implications for health policy of some epidemic forecasts
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Health ; Ireland ; Model ; Probability ; Risk ; Sexual behaviour ; Simulation
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Finland ; Health ; Model ; Population ; Regional disparities ; Spatial interaction
  • The development of this epidemic is first analyzed geographically using standard statistical methods. Then the growth of the HIV-1 positive population is predicted using two curves widely adopted in population dynamics. The spatial diffusion in 1989
  • Probability mapping of the 1975 cholera epidemic in Kisumu district, Kenya
  • Spatial aspects of smallpox epidemic in a small Brazilian city
  • Spatial diffusion of the human immunodeficiency virus infection epidemic in the United States, 1985-87
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Health ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; United States
  • The geographical spread of the 1947 poliomyelitis epidemic in England and Wales : spatial wave propagation of an enigmatic epidemiological event
  • Drawing on a robust method of spatial epidemiological analysis, the AA. demonstrate that the epidemic wave was associated with a pronounced acceleration in the rate of spatial propagation as compared to the preceding years. The velocity of spatial