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Risk factors for pediatric enteric infection in an urban slum: Examining the contributions of the household environment, neighborhood geography, and exposure behaviors

D Berendes, J Leon, A Kirby, J Clennon, S Raj, H Yakubu, K Robb, A Kartikeyan, P Hemavathy, A Gunasekaran, B Ghale, JS Kumar, V Mohan, G Kang, and CL Moe
Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (September 2016)

David Berendes presented a poster entitled Risk factors for pediatric enteric infection in an urban slum: Examining the contributions of the household environment, neighborhood geography, and exposure behaviors. The poster presented research, which examined the contribution of a child’s household/neighborhood environments and behaviors associated with exposure to enteric infection risk in an urban slum in India. Both spatial data was collected and behavioral surveys were conducted to assess exposure. This poster was presented at the ISEE conference, an annual scientific conference that “includes plenary sessions, symposia, and poster and oral presentations of accepted abstracts.”

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