The impact of haemophilus influenza serotype b resurgence on the epidemiology of childhood invasive Haemophilus influenzae disease in England and WalesArchived
The authors describe the epidemiology of invasive Hib and nontype b H. influenzae infections in children &lt;15 years of age in the United Kingdom from 1994 until 2008, and show that the resurgence in Hib disease during the years 1999-2003 did not affect the epidemiology of invasive nontype b H. influenzae disease in children, which provides further support against serotype replacement.
Field and epidemiological investigations during the 2009 influenza pandemic conducted in the United States: similar approaches in diverse settingsArchived
This paper serves as a gateway review of several field and epidemiological investigations conducted across the United States (US) which have been compiled as a special supplement in a January 2011 number of the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal.
Herd immunity after two years of the universal mass vaccination program against rotavirus gastroenteritis in AustriaArchived
This paper describes the epidemiology of rotavirus (RV) in Austrian children before and during universal mass campaign.
The role of social networks in pandemic influenza transmission in and from schools – an example from the United StatesArchived
While there have been some early descriptive reports of school outbreaks, for example a number published in Eurosurveillance from France and the UK this study is unusual in combining modelling, social network theory and ‘shoe-leather epidemiology’.