|CrossRef Text and Data Mining|
|Result of CrossRef Text and Data Mining Search is the related articles with entitled article. If you click link1 or link2 you will be able to reach the full text site of selected articles; however, some links do not show the full text immediately at now. If you click CrossRef Text and Data Mining Download icon, you will be able to get whole list of articles from literature included in CrossRef Text and Data Mining.|
|Correlations Between the Incidence of National Notifiable Infectious Diseases and Public Open Data, Including Meteorological Factors and Medical Facility Resources|
|Jin-Hwa Jang, Ji-Hae Lee, Mi-Kyung Je, Myeong-Ji Cho, Young Mee Bae, Hyeon Seok Son, Insung Ahn|
|J Prev Med Public Health. 2015;48(4):203-215. Published online 2015 July 27 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3961/jpmph.14.057|
Correlations Between Climate Change-Related Infectious Diseases and Meteorological Factors in Korea
Statistics of the incidence of notifiable infectious disease in 1913
Association Between Healthcare Facility Connectedness and the Incidence of Clostridium difficile Infections, Washington and Oregon
INCIDENCE, DURING 1912, OF NOTIFIABLE INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN SANITARY DISTRICTS.
The value of ethno-specific data variables to inform the response to notifiable diseases in NSW
Fulminant Colitis in Hospital-Onset Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI): Incidence, Trend, and Risk Factors
Incidence and Risk Factors Associated with Surgical Site Infection Following Different Types of Hepatobiliary Surgery
INCIDENCE OF NOTIFIABLE INFECTIOUS DISEASE IN 1915.
Sociodemographic and geographical inequalities in notifiable infectious diseases in Australia: a retrospective analysis of 21 years of national disease surveillance data
1100. Facility Factors Are a Stronger Driver of Peri-Operative Vancomycin Use Than Patient Risk Factors
|This metadata service is kindly provided by CrossRef from May 29, 2014. J Prev Med Public Health has participated in CrossRef Text and Data Mining service since October 29, 2014.|