Altitude and Cholera: An Epidemiological Spatial Analysis of the Cholera Epidemic in Harare, Zimbabwe, 2008-2009

Principal investigator

Jeff Fesselet
Purpose of study
Purpose of study

This study aims to analyze the association between topographic altitude and the distribution of cholera cases by suburbs, in Harare 2008-09.

  • Concept
  • Protocol & ERB
  • Implementation
  • Completion
  • Archived

Study timeline

  • Publication added by Jeff Fesselet

    3rd November 2016
    Descriptive spatial analysis of the cholera epidemic 2008–2009 in Harare, Zimbabwe:a secondary data analysis Miguel Ángel Luque Fernándeza,∗ – Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2010)
     
  • Protocol added by Renée Teernstra

    19th September 2016
    Cholera_and_altitude_protocol.doc
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  • Publication added by Kim West

    26th July 2016
    Elevation and cholera: an epidemiological spatial analysis of the cholera epidemic in Harare, Zimbabwe, 2008-2009 Luque Fernandez, Miguel A – Springer Nature (2012)
     

Publications

  • Elevation and cholera: an epidemiological spatial analysis of the cholera epidemic in Harare, Zimbabwe, 2008-2009
    Luque Fernandez, Miguel A "–" Springer Nature "(2012)"
  • Descriptive spatial analysis of the cholera epidemic 2008–2009 in Harare, Zimbabwe:a secondary data analysis
    Miguel Ángel Luque Fernándeza,∗ "–" Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene "(2010)"