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Top Twenty Hits

Thursday, 20th of September 2018 Print

Top Twenty Hits

Below, the most consulted items on www.childsurvival.net posted in the last four weeks.

For those with EPI interests, scroll down to the bottom and consult “Drivers of vaccination coverage, and interventions to raise it.”

 

Good reading.

Article Title

No of Hits

  1. 1.      Faith-Health Collaboration to Improve Population Health

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7554

79

  1. 2.      High levels of mortality, malnutrition, and measles, among recently-displaced Somali refugees in Dagahaley camp, Dadaab refugee camp complex, Kenya, 2011

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7554

78

  1. 3.      Vaccination in Conflict Areas and Humanitarian Emergencies

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7549

73

  1. 4.      Ending the HIV/AIDS Pandemic

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7588

 

61

  1. 5.      Measles vaccination in humanitarian emergencies: a review of recent practice

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7588

58

  1. 6.      Description of a large measles epidemic in Democratic Republic of Congo, 2010–2013

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7541

58

  1. 7.      Detection of infectious disease outbreaks in twenty-two fragile states, 2000-2010: a systematic review

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7548

57

  1. 8.      Polio in Afghanistan, Selected Citations from 2017 and 2018

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7556

55

  1. 9.      Systematic review of mucosal immunity induced by oral and inactivated poliovirus vaccines against virus shedding following oral poliovirus challenge

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7552

54

10.  The new WHO decision-making framework on vaccine use in acute humanitarian emergencies: MSF experience in Minkaman, South Sudan

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7542

52

11.  Delays in childhood immunization in a conflict area: a study from Sierra Leone during civil war

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7545

52

12.  The Duration of Intestinal Immunity After an Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine Booster Dose in Children Immunized with Oral Vaccine: A Randomized Controlled Trial

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7553

52

13.  New challenges to eradicating Guinea worm disease

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7591

51

14.  Cochrane Postings on Tuberculosis

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7591

51

15.  Risk factors for diagnosed noma in northwest Nigeria: A case-control study, 2017.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7626

51

16.  Polio in Nigeria, Selected Citations from 2017 and 2018

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7558

50

17.  The impact of an mHealth monitoring system on health care utilization by mothers and children: an evaluation using routine health information in Rwanda.

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7619

50

18.  Intestinal Immune Responses to Type 2 Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) Challenge in Infants Previously Immunized with Bivalent OPV and Either High-Dose or Standard Inactivated Polio Vaccine

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7551

49

19.  Strengthening Global Public Health Surveillance through Data and Benefit Sharing

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7551

49

20.  Drivers of vaccination coverage, and interventions to raise it

http://www.childsurvival.net/?content=com_articles&artid=7555

48

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