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Using sensor networks to study the effect of peripatetic healthcare workers on the spread of hospital-associated infections.
- T. Hornbeck, D. Naylor, A. Segre, G. Thomas, T. Herman, P. Polgreen
- The Journal of infectious diseases
- 15 November 2012
BACKGROUND Super-spreading events, in which an individual with measurably high connectivity is responsible for infecting a large number of people, have been observed. Our goal is to determine the… Expand
Spam detection in online classified advertisements
Online classified advertisements have become an essential part of the advertisement market. Popular online classified advertisement sites such as Craigslist, Ebay Classifieds, and Oodle have… Expand
Contact Patterns for HCWs: Not Everyone is the 'Average.'
Analyzing the Impact of Superspreading Using Hospital Contact Networks
International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance 2011 (IMED) 12.176 Analyzing the Impact of Superspreading Using Hospital Contact Networks Background Superspreading events, where a single… Expand
On Hand Hygiene Compliance and Diminishing Marginal Returns : An Empirically-Driven Agent-Based Simulation Study
Failure of healthcare workers to perform hand hygiene is one of the leading preventable causes of healthcare-associated infections. Despite targeted interventions to improve hand-hygiene compliance,… Expand
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HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI: 1822-1930
- T. Hornbeck
iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS iv LIST OF MAPS vii LIST OF FIGURES x LIST OF TABLES x