SaniPath | Risk factors for pediatric enteric infection in a low-income, urban neighborhood: Examining the contributions of the household environment, neighborhood geography, and exposure behaviors
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Risk factors for pediatric enteric infection in a low-income, urban neighborhood: 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
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine – Invited Talk (2016)

In 2016, David Berendes was invited by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine to present a research study, 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.

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