Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices regarding Diarrhea and Cholera following an Oral Cholera Vaccination Campaign in the Solomon Islands.

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Eleanor Burnett; Tenneth Dalipanda; Divi Ogaoga; Jenny Gaiofa; Gregory Jilini; Alison Halpin; Vance Dietz; Kashmira Date; Eric Mintz; Terri Hyde; Kathleen Wannemuehler; Catherine Yen;
  • Publisher: Public Library of Science (PLoS)
  • Journal: PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases,volume 10,issue 8 (issn: 1935-2727, eissn: 1935-2735)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004937, pmc: PMC4993445
  • Subject: Research Article | Diagnostic Medicine | Cholera Vaccines | Natural Resources | Vaccines | Research Design | Signs and Symptoms | Infectious Diseases | Preventive Medicine | Pathology and Laboratory Medicine | Ecology and Environmental Sciences | Surveys | Geographical locations | Environmental Health | Vaccination and Immunization | Sanitation | Neglected Tropical Diseases | Water Resources | People and places | Public and Occupational Health | Oceania | Hygiene | Survey Research | Cholera | Immunology | Health Care | Biology and Life Sciences | Gastroenterology and Hepatology | Research and Analysis Methods | Tropical Diseases | Diarrhea | Bacterial Diseases | Solomon Islands | RC955-962 | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Medicine and Health Sciences | Arctic medicine. Tropical medicine

Background In response to a 2011 cholera outbreak in Papua New Guinea, the Government of the Solomon Islands initiated a cholera prevention program which included cholera disease prevention and treatment messaging, community meetings, and a pre-emptive cholera vaccinati... View more
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