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Index 

Source:
Oxford Textbook of Infectious Disease Control: A Geographical Analysis from Medieval Quarantine to Global Eradication

Note: Figure numbers in italics refer to colour plates in the colour section.

acariasis [link]
actinomycosis [link], [link], [link]
Africa, communicable diseases [link]
African trypanosomiasis [link], [link], [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
air travel, spread of disease by [link], Fig. 3.44, [link]
International Sanitary Convention for Aerial Navigation (1928) [link], [link]
Alexandria, surveillance measures [link], [link] passim
Americas
communicable diseases [link]
see also USA
amoebiasis [link], [link], [link]
amoebic dysentery [link]
anaplasmosis [link]
Annuaire Sanitaire Maritime International [link]
arbovirus [link], [link]
arenaviral haemorrhagic fever [link], [link]
ascariasis [link], [link]
aspatial control strategies [link], [link], [link], [link]
Australia
equine influenza Fig. 4.7
Spanish influenza (1918-19) [link], [link]
quarantine record [link]
troopship records [link]
babesiosis [link]
bacillary dysentery [link]
bacterial diseases [link]
Bari, map sources [link]
barrier nursing [link]
barriers to disease spread [link]
cordon sanitaire [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
bartonellosis [link], [link]
basic reproduction number (R0) [link]
Spanish influenza [link]
Bertillon, Jacques [link]
bills of mortality [link], [link], [link]
Europe [link]
North America [link]
plague [link], [link]
temporal series [link], [link]
bioterrorism [link]
smallpox [link], [link], Fig. 5.25
Black Death [link]
see also plague
Boissier de Lacroix, François [link]
Bologna, map sources [link]
Botswana, HIV sentinel surveillance system [link]
boutonneuse fever [link]
Brill’s disease [link], [link]
Brooke, Gilbert E. [link], [link]
brucellosis [link], [link], [link]
Bulletins of the Public Health [link]
Buruli ulcer [link], [link]
cable, notification by [link]
campylobacteriosis [link]
Canada, quarantine and isolation [link], [link]
candidiasis [link], [link], [link]
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) [link]
Division of Global Migration and Quarantine [link]
cervical cancer, vaccination [link]
Chagas disease [link], [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
chancroid [link], [link]
chickenpox [link], [link], [link]
childbed fever [link]
Chlamydia trachomatis [link]
cholera [link], [link], [link], [link]
cause [link]
disease diffusion and travel times [link]
Russia Fig. 3.34
vaccination [link]
circulating vaccine-derived polioviruses (cVDPVs) [link]
clonochiasis [link]
coccidioidomycosis [link], [link]
Cohn, Ferdinand [link]
colibacillosis [link]
Committee on International Surveillance of Communicable Diseases [link]
communicable diseases [link], [link]
consequences of change [link]
disease categories [link]
and population movement [link]
surveillance [link]
emerging diseases [link], [link]
global trends [link]
world regional disease patterns [link]
see also individual diseases
communications
cable [link]
Internet [link]
telegraphic [link], Fig. 3.7
wireless [link]
conjunctivitis [link]
Conseil Sanitaire de Tangier [link]
Conseil Sanitaire de Téhéran [link]
Conseil Sanitaire Maritime et Quarentenaire d’Egypte [link]
Conseil Supérieur de Santé de Constantinople [link]
Constantinople, surveillance measures [link]
contact isolation [link]
Control of Childhood Communicable Diseases (CCCD) [link]
Control of Communicable Diseases of Man [link]
cordon sanitaire [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) [link]
coxsackie virus [link]
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever [link]
critical community size [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
cryptosporidiosis [link]
Cullen, William [link]
Cutter vaccine incident [link]
cyclical re-emergence of influenza [link]
Cirencester, England [link]
France [link], [link]
Iceland [link], [link]
cyclosporiasis [link]
cysticercosis [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
cytomegalovirus [link]
defensive isolation [link], [link], [link], [link]
dengue fever [link], [link], [link], [link]
dermatophytosis [link], [link]
d’Espine, Marc [link]
diarrhoea [link], [link]
diphtheria [link], [link], [link], [link]
critical community size [link]
global incidence [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
global trends [link]
history [link], [link]
Western Pacific [link]
disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) [link], [link], [link]
disease classification [link]
disease collecting systems [link]
disease control [link]
barriers to spread [link]
cordon sanitaire [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
definitions [link]
epidemics [link]
isolation see isolation
models of [link]
plague [link]
quarantine see quarantine
spatial mass action model [link]
see also elimination; eradication; and specific measures
disease records [link]
data sources [link]
timespan of [link], [link]
disease surveillance see surveillance
dracunculiasis see Guinea worm
dysentery [link]
amoebic [link]
bacillary [link]
Early Warning and Response System (EWRS) [link]
eastern equine encephalitis [link]
Eastern Mediterranean, communicable diseases [link]
Ebola haemorrhagic fever [link], [link]
isolation [link]
echinococcosis [link], [link]
echovirus [link]
effective reproduction number [link]
Spanish influenza [link]
ehrlichiosis [link]
electronic network surveillance systems [link]
elimination [link]
definition [link]
local [link]
milestones in [link]
Ellis Island [link], [link]
emerging diseases [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
England and Wales
influenza pandemics [link], [link]
poliomyelitis [link], [link]
enteric fever see typhoid
enterobiasis [link]
Epi InfoTM [link], [link]
Epi MapTM [link], [link]
Epi-Aids [link], [link]
Epi-X (Epidemic Information Exchange) [link]
epidemics
control of see disease control
effects of vaccination [link], [link]
maritime [link]
see also pandemics
Epidemiological Intelligence [link]
Epidemiological Surveillance [link]
equine encephalitis [link]
equine influenza [link], Fig. 4.7
eradication [link], [link]
and bioterrorism [link]
cost-effectiveness [link]
definition [link]
diseases not deemed to be eradicable [link]
dracunculiasis [link]
failed campaigns [link]
future prospects [link]
global [link], [link]
Global Polio Eradication Initiative [link], [link], [link]
indicators of eradicability [link]
initiatives [link]
milestones [link], [link]
smallpox [link], [link], [link]
spatial strategies [link]
see also specific diseases
erysipelas [link], [link]
Escherichia coli, shiga toxin-producing [link]
Europe
bills of mortality [link]
communicable diseases [link]
see also specific countries
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) [link]
European Commission, Early Warning and Response System (EWRS) [link]
Expanded Programme on Immunization [link], [link], [link], [link]
target diseases [link], [link]
extinction [link]
see also eradication
Eyam, Derbyshire, UK, plague outbreak [link], [link]
Farr, William [link]
Federal Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) [link]
Fiji, measles quarantine [link], [link]
filariasis [link], [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link]
FluNET [link]
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) [link]
food poisoning [link]
forecasting for intervention [link]
forward planning [link]
Fracastoro, Girolamo [link]
France, influenza pandemics [link], [link]
gas gangrene [link], [link]
gastroenteritis [link], [link], [link]
Genoa
map sources [link]
plague control [link], [link]
geographical information systems (GIS) [link]
giardiasis [link]
glanders [link], [link], [link]
Global Immunization Vision and Strategy (GIVS) [link]
Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System (GISRS) [link]
Global Malaria Action Plan [link]
Global Malaria Eradication Programme [link]
Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) [link]
Global Polio Eradication Initiative [link], [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
biological principles [link]
long-term benefits [link]
obstacles to eradication [link]
progress [link]
strategies [link]
Global Polio Eradication Strategic Plan 2010–12 [link]
Global Polio Laboratory Network [link], [link]
Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN) [link], [link]
gonorrhoea [link], [link], [link]
granuloma inguinale [link], [link], [link]
Graunt, John [link], [link]
Guinea worm, elimination/eradication [link], [link], [link], [link]
Haemophilus influenzae [link]
see also Hib
Halley, Edmund [link]
Hansen disease see leprosy
hantavirus [link]
Health Situation and Trend Assessment Programme [link]
HealthMap [link]
healthy life expectancy (HALE) [link]
helminthiases [link]
hemolytic uremic syndrome [link]
hepatitis [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
global incidence [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
global trends [link]
history [link]
Western Pacific [link]
herd immunity [link], [link], [link]
decline in [link]
herd immunity threshold (HIT) [link]
herpesvirus [link]
Hib
global incidence [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
global trends [link]
history [link]
Western Pacific [link]
Hilleman, Maurice [link]
histoplasmosis [link]
HIV/AIDS [link]
sentinel surveillance [link]
Holy See see Santa Sede
Hong Kong,
influenza pandemic (1968-69) Fig. 3.44
SARS [link]
hookworm [link], [link], [link]
hospital ships [link], [link]
Iceland
disease spread [link]
epidemiological models [link]
health records [link]
influenza pandemics [link], [link]
lag maps [link]
physician reports [link]
population distribution [link]
India
measles [link]
plague [link]
smallpox eradication [link]
infection process [link]
infectious mononucleosis [link]
infestations [link]
influenza [link], [link], [link]
cause [link]
critical community size [link]
cyclical re-emergence [link]
Cirencester, England [link]
France [link], [link]
Iceland [link], [link]
Hong Kong pandemic Fig. 3.44
Spanish (1918-19) [link], [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
International Classification of Diseases (ICD) [link], [link]
International Disease Surveillance [link]
International Health Regulations [link], [link]
International (Pan American) Sanitary Bureau [link]
International Sanitary Conferences [link], [link]
International Sanitary Convention for Aerial Navigation (1928) [link], [link]
International Sanitary Regulations [link], [link]
International Task Force for Disease Eradication (ITFDE) [link], [link], [link]
Internet data transmission [link]
Internet-based global reporting systems [link]
intervention [link]
cost-benefit analysis [link]
forecasting for [link]
impact of [link]
see also vaccination; and other specific interventions
intestinal infectious diseases [link]
islands
cyclical re-emergence of disease [link], [link]
epidemiological models [link]
quarantine [link], [link], [link], [link]
isolation [link], [link], [link]
current practice [link]
defensive [link], [link], [link], [link]
impact of [link]
leprosy [link]
population movement [link]
practical measures [link]
smallpox [link]
theory [link]
tuberculosis [link]
typhoid [link]
typhus [link]
see also quarantine
isolation hospitals [link]
lazarettos [link], [link], [link]
smallpox [link], [link]
tuberculosis [link], [link], [link]
Italy
bills of mortality [link]
plague control [link]
Adriatic coast [link], Fig. 1.11, Fig. 1.22
cordon sanitaire [link]
forward planning [link]
Genoa [link], [link]
Mediterranean coast [link], [link]
Prato 1630 [link]
quarantine and isolation [link], [link]
Santa Sede [link], [link], Fig. 1.11
surveillance [link]
Venice [link]
plague distribution [link]
Japanese encephalitis [link]
Jenner, Edward [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
Jesty, Benjamin [link], [link]
Junin fever [link]
kala azar [link]
Karachi, isolation facilities [link]
Koch, Robert [link]
Kyasanur Forest disease [link]
lag maps [link]
Langmuir, Alexander D. [link]
Lassa fever [link], [link]
lazarettos [link], [link], [link], Fig. 1.14
League of Nations Health Organisation (1923-46) [link], [link], [link]
Eastern Bureau [link]
Legionnaires’ disease [link], [link]
Leicester method for smallpox isolation [link], [link]
leishmaniasis [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
visceral [link]
leprosaria [link]
leprosy [link], [link], [link]
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
isolation [link], [link]
leptospirosis [link], [link], [link]
Leysin [link]
life tables [link], [link], [link]
Linnaeus, Carl [link]
listeriosis [link], [link]
London
Bills of Mortality [link], [link], [link]
burial rates [link]
plague [link]
Lujo virus [link]
Lyme disease [link]
vaccination [link]
lymphogranuloma venereum [link], [link], [link]
Machupo virus [link], [link]
malaria [link]
cause [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
failed eradication campaign [link]
resurgence in India [link]
WHO Eradication Programme [link]
Mallon, Mary [link]
map sources
Bari [link]
Bologna [link]
Genoa [link]
Naples [link]
Palermo [link]
Santa Sede [link]
Tuscany [link]
Venice [link]
Marburg virus [link], [link], [link], [link]
maritime epidemics [link]
Marsili, Luigi Ferdinanco [link]
Mather, Cotton [link]
measles [link], [link]
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
control of [link], [link]
critical community size [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
Fiji outbreak [link], [link]
global incidence [link]
herd immunity [link]
Iceland [link], [link]
regional elimination [link]
vaccination [link], [link], [link]
global trends [link]
history [link]
USA [link]
Western Pacific [link]
Measles Initiative [link], [link]
melioidosis [link], [link]
meningococcal disease [link], [link], [link]
cause [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
history [link]
Messina, plague of (1743) [link], Fig. 1.24
milk supply, typhoid in [link]
MMR vaccine [link], [link]
history [link]
UK controversy [link]
uptake [link]
modelling
disease control [link]
Iceland as epidemiological model [link]
swash-backwash models [link]
Monthly Epidemiological Report [link]
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report [link], [link], [link], [link]
mortality
bills of [link], [link]
patterns of [link]
mosquito-borne viral encephalitis [link]
mumps [link], [link]
case rates [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
herd immunity [link], [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
history [link]
Murray encephalitis [link]
mycoses [link]
Naples, map sources [link]
National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS) [link]
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) [link]
National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) [link]
Nigeria, polio vaccine uptake [link]
North America, bills of mortality [link]
Norwalk virus [link]
notifiable diseases [link]
see also specific diseases
offensive containment [link], [link], [link], [link]
Office International d’Hygiène Publique (1907-46) [link], [link]
onchocerciasis, elimination/eradication [link], [link], [link]
Ottoman Dominions, plague risk [link], [link]
Palermo, map sources [link]
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) [link], [link]
pandemics
detection of [link], [link]
Hong Kong flu (1968-69) Fig. 3.44
Spanish influenza (1918-19) [link]
swine flu [link]
see also epidemics
Papworth Village Settlement [link]
parainfluenza [link]
paratyphoid [link], [link]
Pasteur, Louis [link], [link]
pediculosis [link], [link]
pertussis [link], [link], [link]
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
critical community size [link]
global incidence [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
global trends [link]
history [link]
Western Pacific [link]
pestilence [link]
phase transition diagram [link]
plague [link], [link], [link], [link]
biblical [link]
bills of mortality [link]
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
disease diffusion and travel times [link]
Eyam, UK (1665-66) [link], [link]
geographical distribution [link]
India (1994) [link]
London, UK (1593, 1625, 1636, 1665) [link]
Messina (1743) [link], Fig. 1.24
plague control [link], Fig. 1.14
forward planning [link]
isolation [link], [link], [link], [link]
Italy [link]
Adriatic coast [link], Fig. 1.11, Fig. 1.22
Genoa [link], [link]
Prato [link]
Santa Sede [link], [link], Fig. 1.11
Venice [link]
lazarettos [link], [link], [link], Fig. 1.14
Sicily 1743 [link], Fig. 1.23
surveillance [link]
pneumococcal disease [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
history [link]
pneumonia [link]
poliomyelitis [link], [link]
biological attacks [link]
cause [link]
circulating vaccine-derived polioviruses [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
biological principles [link]
global picture [link], [link]
Global Polio Eradication Strategic Plan 2010–12 [link]
long-term benefits [link]
obstacles to [link]
progress [link]
strategies [link]
global incidence [link]
swash-backwash models [link], [link]
vaccination [link], [link], [link]
Cutter incident [link]
global trends [link]
history [link]
Nigeria [link]
USA [link]
Western Pacific [link]
vaccine-associated paralytic (VAPP) [link], [link]
wild polioviruses [link]
population movement and disease spread [link]
air travel [link], Fig. 3.44
Prato, plague control [link]
primary surveillance networks [link]
programme-oriented surveillance [link]
see also specific programmes
ProMED-mail [link]
protozoal diseases [link], [link], [link], [link], [link]
see also specific diseases
psittacosis [link], [link]
quarantine [link], [link], [link]
Bulletins of the Public Health [link]
current practice [link]
history [link]
impact of [link]
International Disease Surveillance [link]
measles [link], [link]
plague [link], [link]
Spanish influenza (1918-19) [link]
USA [link], [link]
Consular System [link]
early procedures [link]
Ellis Island [link], [link]
Quarantine Acts (1878 and 1893) [link]
twentieth century organization [link]
see also isolation
Quarantine Act (1878) [link]
Quarantine Act (1893) [link], [link]
quarantine islands [link]
Ellis Island [link], [link]
quarantine stations [link]
rabies [link], [link]
cause [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link]
vaccination [link], [link], [link]
Rajchman, Ludwik [link], [link]
rat-bite fevers [link], [link]
regional disease threat tracking tools [link]
relapsing fever [link], [link]
respiratory isolation [link]
rhinovirus [link]
rickettsialpox [link]
rickettsioses [link]
ring strategies for vaccination [link], Fig. 4.7
Rocky Mountain spotted fever [link], [link]
Roll Back Malaria Partnership [link], [link]
Rollier, August [link]
Rome, lazarettos [link]
rotavirus [link], [link]
vaccination [link]
history [link]
rubella [link], [link], [link], [link]
critical community size [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
history [link]
Russia, cholera Fig. 3.34
St Louis
encephalitis [link]
influenza intervention [link]
St Pancras Smallpox Hospital [link]
salmonellosis [link]
sanatoria [link], [link]
Santa Sede
map sources [link]
plague control [link], [link], Fig. 1.11
scarlet fever [link], [link]
critical community size [link]
schistosomiasis [link], [link], [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link]
sea travel [link]
Seattle Virus Watch Program [link]
secondary surveillance networks [link]
sentinel surveillance systems [link]
severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) [link], [link], [link]
pattern of spread [link], [link]
quarantine [link]
sexually transmitted diseases [link]
shiga toxin-producing E. coli [link]
shigellosis [link]
Sicily, plague control [link], Fig. 1.23
Simpson, James [link]
SIR diagram [link]
sleeping sickness [link]
smallpox [link], [link], [link], [link]
biological attacks [link], [link], Fig. 5.25
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
destruction of variola virus stocks [link]
disease diffusion and travel times [link]
eradication [link], [link], [link]
campaign [link]
favourable factors [link], [link]
as model control [link]
isolation [link]
hospital ships [link], [link]
hospitals [link], [link]
Leicester method [link], [link]
Smallpox Diagnosis and Response Groups (RSDRGs) [link]
Smallpox Eradication Programme [link], [link]
Smallpox Management and Response Teams (SMART) [link]
soft chancre [link]
Soper, George [link]
South-East Asia, communicable diseases [link]
Southport, UK, New Hall Isolation Hospital [link]
Spanish influenza (1918-19) [link], [link]
quarantine record [link]
reproduction numbers [link]
troopship records [link]
spatial basic reproduction number (R0A) [link]
calculation of [link]
spatial mass action model of disease control [link], [link]
spatial strategies [link]
spatial time series [link], [link]
spirochaetal diseases [link]
spotted fever [link], [link]
staphylococcal disease [link]
Staphylococcus aureus
vancomycin-intermediate (VISA) [link]
vancomycin-resistant (VRSA) [link]
streptococcal glomerular nephritis [link]
streptococcal toxic shock syndrome [link]
Streptococcus pneumoniae [link]
strict isolation [link]
suppuration [link]
surveillance [link]
bills of mortality [link], [link]
communicable diseases [link]
emerging diseases [link], [link]
global trends [link]
world regional disease patterns [link]
electronic network systems [link]
evolving practices [link]
history [link], [link]
International Disease Surveillance [link]
internet data transmission [link]
plague control [link]
primary networks [link]
secondary networks [link]
syndromic [link]
USA [link]
wireless data transmission [link]
see also specific organizations
swash-backwash models [link], [link]
influenza [link], [link]
poliomyelitis [link], [link]
swine flu pandemic [link]
USA [link]
syndromic surveillance [link]
syphilis [link], [link], [link]
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
congenital [link]
taeniasis, elimination/eradication [link], [link]
Tangier, surveillance measures [link]
Teheran, surveillance measures [link]
telegraphic communications [link], Fig. 3.7
tetanus [link], [link], [link]
global incidence [link]
neonatal, elimination/eradication [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
global trends [link]
history [link], [link]
Western Pacific [link]
tick-borne relapsing fever [link], [link]
tick-borne viral encephalitis [link]
trachoma, elimination/eradication [link], [link]
travel
air [link]
and disease spread [link]
sea [link]
trench fever [link]
Trichinella spiralis [link]
trichinellosis [link]
trichinosis [link], [link]
tropical diseases
elimination/eradication [link]
see also specific diseases
trypanosomiasis [link]
African [link]
American [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link]
tuberculosis [link], [link], [link], [link]
burial rates [link]
cause [link]
global incidence [link]
isolation [link], [link]
hospitals [link]
sanatoria [link], [link]
vaccination
global trends [link]
history [link]
Western Pacific [link]
Tuscany, map sources [link]
typhoid [link], [link]
carrier state [link]
cause [link]
isolation [link]
milk supply [link]
vaccination [link]
‘typhoid Mary’ (Mary Mallon) [link]
typhus [link], [link]
cause [link]
isolation [link]
UK, MMR controversy [link]
undulant fever [link]
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) [link]
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) [link]
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) [link]
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) [link]
US Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) [link], [link], [link]
Epi-Aids [link], [link]
US Marine Hospital Service (USMHS) [link]
USA
Consular System [link]
Federal Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) [link]
notifiable diseases [link]
quarantine [link], [link]
early procedures [link]
Ellis Island [link], [link]
Quarantine Acts (1878 and 1893) [link]
twentieth century organization [link]
quarantine stations [link]
surveillance [link]
history [link]
primary data generation [link]
Public Health Records 1798–1912 [link]
swine flu pandemic [link], [link], [link]
vaccination [link]
measles [link]
poliomyelitis [link]
vaccination [link]
certificates [link]
cost-benefit analysis [link], [link]
critical community size [link], [link], [link], [link]
development [link]
disease control [link]
Expanded Programme on Immunization [link], [link]
global coverage [link]
history [link], [link], [link]
impact on epidemic cycles [link], [link]
ring strategies [link], Fig. 4.7
risks [link]
false alarms and declining herd immunity [link]
faulty vaccines [link]
scientific immunisation [link], [link]
second generation programmes [link]
uptake
Nigeria [link]
spatially heterogeneous [link]
USA [link]
measles [link]
poliomyelitis [link]
Western Pacific [link], [link]
see also specific diseases
vaccine-associated paralytic polioviruses (VAPP) [link], [link]
varicella [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
varicella zoster [link]
Varrier-Jones, Pendrill [link]
Venezualan equine encephalitis [link]
Venice
lazarettos [link]
map sources [link]
plague control [link]
Vibrio gastroenteritis [link]
vibriosis [link]
viral haemorrhagic fevers [link], [link]
viral infections [link]
Waterhouse, Benjamin [link]
Weekly Abstract of Sanitary Reports [link]
Weekly Epidemiological Record [link], [link], [link], [link]
Weekly Fasciculus [link]
western equine encephalitis [link]
Western Pacific
communicable diseases [link]
poliomyelitis eradication [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
whooping cough see pertussis
wireless data transmission [link]
WONDER (Wide-ranging OnLine Data for Epidemiologic Research) [link]
Woodworth, John M. [link], [link]
World Health Organization [link]
Committee on International Surveillance of Communicable Diseases [link]
communicable disease surveillance (1923-83) [link]
constitution [link]
epidemiological intelligence and surveillance (1940s–1970s) [link]
Global Alert and Response (GAR) programme [link]
Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) [link]
Global Polio Eradication Initiative [link], [link]
Health Situation and Trend Assessment Programme [link]
Malaria Eradication Programme [link]
programme-oriented surveillance [link]
radio broadcasts [link]
Smallpox Eradication Programme [link], [link]
standard regions [link]
Weekly Epidemiological Record [link], [link], [link], [link]
World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) [link]
Wortley Montagu, Mary [link]
yaws [link], [link], [link]
elimination/eradication [link], [link]
years of potential life lost (YPLL) [link]
yellow fever [link], [link], [link], [link]
disease diffusion and travel times [link]
global incidence [link]
International Sanitary Convention for Aerial Navigation (1928) [link], [link]
vaccination [link], [link]
global trends [link]
yellow jack quarantine flag [link]
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