Military and Civilian Disease Outbreaks: A Comparative Analysis

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Daughton, A., Velappan, N., Abeyta, E., & Deshpande, A. (2016). Military and Civilian Disease Outbreaks: A Comparative Analysis. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 8(1).


Using influenza like illness (ILI) data from the repository held by AFHSC, and publically available malaria data we characterized similarities and differences between military and civilian outbreaks. Our analysis is meant to extend previously published work tempOrally, geographically, and to new diseases.
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