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Open Health Data
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22 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
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http://openhealthdata.metajnl.com/index.php/up/oai

 

  • Seasonal Abundance of Fecal Indicators and Opportunistic Pathogens in Roof-Harvested Rainwater Tanks

    Ahmed, W.; Hamilton, K. A.; Toze, S.; Haas, C. N. (2018)
    Here we provide seasonal data on the concentrations of total coliform, Escherichia coli and Enterococcus spp. and six opportunistic pathogens (Acanthamoeba spp., Legionella spp., Legionella pneumophila, Mycobacterium avium, Mycobacterium intracellulare, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) of public health significance in 24 tank water samples over six monthly sampling events from August 2015 to March 2006. Quantitative PCR (qPCR) assays were chosen for the quantification of six opportunistic pathogen...

    Next Steps (formerly known as the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England)

    Lisa Calderwood; Carole Sanchez (2016)
    Next Steps (formerly known as the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England – LSYPE) is a longitudinal study which follows a sample of around 16,000 people born in 1989/1990. Study members were recruited via schools in England when they were aged 13–14 in 2004. They were interviewed annually for seven waves until they were aged 19/20 in 2010. Co-resident parents were also interviewed in the first four waves of the study.

    Data from the Multiprofessional Workshop: ‘Paediatric Patient-Reported Outcome and Experience Measures (PROMS and PREMS) in Routine Clinical Practice.’

    Val Tadic; Rachel L. Knowles; Jugnoo Rahi (2013)
    To explore current challenges surrounding the development and application of PROMs/PREMs in paediatric healthcare1, a workshop was held for healthcare professionals and parent representatives from University College London (UCL) Institute of Child Health (ICH) and two clinical partners, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital. The workshop aimed to establish an academic-clinical-service user collaborative network to support local development and translation into clinical prac...

    A First Attempt at Modelling Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) Distributions Over Europe

    Wint, William; Morley, David; Medlock, Jolyon; Alexander, Neil S (2014)
    Projects: EC | VMERGE (613996)
    The presence of red deer may be a contributing factor within the ecological and epidemiological systems contributing to the risk and spread of a range of vector-borne diseases. Deer are important hosts for many vectors, and may therefore serve as a focal point or attractant for vectors or may themselves become a reservoir for vector-borne disease. Three spatial modelling techniques were used to generate an ensemble model describing the proportion of suitable red deer habitat within recorded d...

    Data from “Social determinants of unmet hospitalisation need amongst the poor in Andhra Pradesh, India: A cross-sectional study.”

    Nagulapalli, Srikant (2013)
    The dataset is of a health survey amongst the 21.5 million poor families of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh conducted during April and May 2013. The dataset captures individual characteristics and household characteristics of the past 365 days. Data was collected by 2022 trained field staff of Aarogyasri Health Care Trust (AHCT) of Government of Andhra Pradesh using a questionnaire modelled after that used for the health surveys by National Sample Survey Organisation of India. 
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