Information content of household-stratified epidemics

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Kinyanjui, Timothy M.; Pellis, Lorenzo; House, Thomas A.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Subject: QA | RA

Household structure is a key driver of many infectious diseases, as well as a natural target for interventions such as vaccination programs. Many theoretical and conceptual advances on household-stratified epidemic models are relatively recent, but have successfully man... View more
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