A Bayesian Belief Network for Murray Valley encephalitis virus risk assessment in Western Australia

@inproceedings{Ho2016ABB,
  title={A Bayesian Belief Network for Murray Valley encephalitis virus risk assessment in Western Australia},
  author={Soon Hoe Ho and Peter C. Speldewinde and Angus G Cook},
  booktitle={International Journal of Health Geographics},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundMurray Valley encephalitis virus (MVEV) is a clinically important virus in Australia responsible for a number of epidemics over the past century. Since there is no vaccine for MVEV, other preventive health measures to curtail its spread must be considered, including the development of predictive risk models and maps to help direct public health interventions. This article aims to support these approaches by presenting a model for assessing MVEV risk in Western Australia (WA).MethodsA… CONTINUE READING

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