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Glossary of Terms for Infectious Disease Modelling: A Proposal for Consistent Language

A glossary of terms with their definitions that can be used to conceptualize and parameterize models consistent with those applied in public health, epidemiology, and clinical settings related to infectious diseases.

Published: 2016

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Project No. 256

A Logical Modelling Framework for Influenza Infection

This document provides details of a proposed logical framework for influenza infection, to enhance the utility and uptake of modelling for public health response.

Published: 2014

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Project No. 196

Review of Terms Used in Modelling Influenza Infection

A review of terms commonly used in modelling studies of influenza infection spread and control. The objective is to understand the similarities and discrepancies between definitions of the same terms used in different studies.

Published: 2014

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Project No. 195

Effectiveness of School Closure for the Control of Influenza: A Review of Recent Evidence

School closures continue to be considered by public health as a way to manage the spread and severity of influenza. This project provides an up-to-date review and assessment of studies on the effectiveness of closing schools.

Published: 2014

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Project No. 180

Optimal Treatment Strategies for Remote and Isolated Communities

Mathematical modelling, simulations, and statistical analysis were used to make recommendations in this paper for the effective use of antiviral drugs for treatment and prophylaxis in remote and isolated communities

Published: 2014

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Project No. 160

Agent-based modelling of Chlamydia trachomatis transmission in a Canadian subpopulation

Mathematical modelling was conducted to describe Chlamydia transmission dynamics in a high-risk subpopulation and evaluate potential disease-control strategies.

Published: 2014

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Project No. 167