Emerging and re-emerging diseases

Clara J. Witt, Jorge E. Pinzon, Pedro A. Manibusan, Julie A. Pavlin, Robert V. Gibbons, Todd E. Myers, Allen L. Richards, Peter Daszak, Stephen P. Luby, Jonathan H. Epstein, M. Jahangir Hossain, Emily Gurley, Juliet R.C. Pulliam, Alia Zayed, Mahmoud S. Abdel-Dayem, M. G. Collacicco-Mayhugh

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Abstract

This chapter examines emerging and re-emerging diseases in context of the environmental and ecological conditions, trends and events that together drive a microbe’s transition pathway to that emergence. The study of these naturally occurring phenomena provides insights into possible future disease outbreak events. It also suggests possible ways to monitor for such events through targeted, proactive surveillance. Disease emergence should not come as a surprise. It should be expected, and societies should be prepared for it.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEnvironmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance
PublisherCRC Press
Pages187-226
Number of pages40
ISBN (Electronic)9780203093276
ISBN (Print)9780415584715
StatePublished - Jan 1 2012
Externally publishedYes

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Witt, C. J., Pinzon, J. E., Manibusan, P. A., Pavlin, J. A., Gibbons, R. V., Myers, T. E., ... Collacicco-Mayhugh, M. G. (2012). Emerging and re-emerging diseases. In Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance (pp. 187-226). CRC Press.

Emerging and re-emerging diseases. / Witt, Clara J.; Pinzon, Jorge E.; Manibusan, Pedro A.; Pavlin, Julie A.; Gibbons, Robert V.; Myers, Todd E.; Richards, Allen L.; Daszak, Peter; Luby, Stephen P.; Epstein, Jonathan H.; Hossain, M. Jahangir; Gurley, Emily; Pulliam, Juliet R.C.; Zayed, Alia; Abdel-Dayem, Mahmoud S.; Collacicco-Mayhugh, M. G.

Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance. CRC Press, 2012. p. 187-226.

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Witt, CJ, Pinzon, JE, Manibusan, PA, Pavlin, JA, Gibbons, RV, Myers, TE, Richards, AL, Daszak, P, Luby, SP, Epstein, JH, Hossain, MJ, Gurley, E, Pulliam, JRC, Zayed, A, Abdel-Dayem, MS & Collacicco-Mayhugh, MG 2012, Emerging and re-emerging diseases. in Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance. CRC Press, pp. 187-226.
Witt CJ, Pinzon JE, Manibusan PA, Pavlin JA, Gibbons RV, Myers TE et al. Emerging and re-emerging diseases. In Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance. CRC Press. 2012. p. 187-226
Witt, Clara J. ; Pinzon, Jorge E. ; Manibusan, Pedro A. ; Pavlin, Julie A. ; Gibbons, Robert V. ; Myers, Todd E. ; Richards, Allen L. ; Daszak, Peter ; Luby, Stephen P. ; Epstein, Jonathan H. ; Hossain, M. Jahangir ; Gurley, Emily ; Pulliam, Juliet R.C. ; Zayed, Alia ; Abdel-Dayem, Mahmoud S. ; Collacicco-Mayhugh, M. G. / Emerging and re-emerging diseases. Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance. CRC Press, 2012. pp. 187-226
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