How the US Population Engaged with and Prioritized Sources of Information about the Emerging Zika Virus in 2016.

@article{PiltchLoeb2018HowTU,
  title={How the US Population Engaged with and Prioritized Sources of Information about the Emerging Zika Virus in 2016.},
  author={Rachael Piltch-Loeb and Alexis A Merdjanoff and David M. Abramson},
  journal={Health security},
  year={2018},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={
          165-177
        }
}
Emerging disease threats like Zika pose a risk to naïve populations. In comparison to chronic diseases, there is scientific uncertainty surrounding emerging diseases because of the lack of medical and public health information available as the threat emerges. Further complicating this are the multiple, diverse channels through which people get information. This article used bivariate and multivariate analysis to first describe the breadth of information sources individuals accessed about the… CONTINUE READING
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