1. Understanding the key determinants of an HPV therapeutic vaccine: a modeling analysis

    This article has 8 authors:
    1. Jamie A. Cohen
    2. Robyn M. Stuart
    3. Serin Lee
    4. Daniel J. Klein
    5. Cliff C. Kerr
    6. Darcy W. Rao
    7. Haina Shin
    8. Sharon L. Achilles

    Reviewed by Rapid Reviews Infectious Diseases

    This article has 4 evaluationsAppears in 2 listsLatest version Latest activity
  2. Ecological impacts of climate change will transform public health priorities for zoonotic and vector-borne disease

    This article has 3 authors:
    1. David W. Redding
    2. Rory Gibb
    3. Kate E. Jones

    Reviewed by Rapid Reviews Infectious Diseases

    This article has 3 evaluationsAppears in 1 listLatest version Latest activity
  3. How does treatment coverage and proportion never treated influence the success of Schistosoma mansoni elimination as a public health problem by 2030?

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Klodeta Kura
    2. Nyamai Mutono
    3. Maria-Gloria Basáñez
    4. Luc E. Coffeng
    5. S.M. Thumbi
    6. Roy M. Anderson

    Reviewed by Rapid Reviews Infectious Diseases

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  4. Improving SARS-CoV-2 variants monitoring in the absence of genomic surveillance capabilities: a serological study in Bolivian blood donors in October 2021 and June 2022

    This article has 16 authors:
    1. Lucia Inchauste
    2. Elif Nurtop
    3. Lissete Bautista Machicado
    4. Yanine Leigue Roth
    5. Shirley Lenz Gonzales
    6. Maria Luisa Herrera
    7. Katty Mina Villafan
    8. Pedro Mamani Mamani
    9. Marcelo Ramos Espinoza
    10. Juan Carlos Pavel Suarez
    11. Juan Cansio Garcia Copa
    12. Yitzhak Leigue Zabala
    13. Etzel Arancibia Cardozo
    14. Pierre Gallian
    15. Xavier de Lamballerie
    16. Stéphane Priet
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      eLife assessment

      This important study examines SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence in Bolivia and aims to provide insights into the transmission of the virus and the effects of vaccination on population immunity. However, the evidence for the main claims is incomplete because of the uncertainties about the accuracy of the neutralization assays given the cross-neutralization present across variants, as well as the selected population of blood donors tested. These uncertainties need to be addressed to support the premise of the paper.

    Reviewed by eLife

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  5. Frequency and determinants of COVID-19 prevention behaviours: assessment of large-scale programmes in seven countries

    This article has 7 authors:
    1. Sarah Bick
    2. Sian White
    3. Astrid Hasund Thorseth
    4. Max N D Friedrich
    5. Ian Gavin
    6. Om Prasad Gautam
    7. Robert Dreibelbis

    Reviewed by Rapid Reviews Infectious Diseases, PREreview

    This article has 4 evaluationsAppears in 2 listsLatest version Latest activity
  6. Public Health and Social Measures (PHSM) interventions to control COVID-19 An Overview of Systematic Reviews

    This article has 13 authors:
    1. Racha Fadlallah
    2. Fadi El-Jardali
    3. Nour Kalach
    4. Lama Bou Karroum
    5. Reem Hoteit
    6. Andrew Aoun
    7. Lara Al-Hakim
    8. Francisca Verdugo-Paiva
    9. Gabriel Rada
    10. Atle Fretheim
    11. Simon Lewin
    12. Ramona Ludolph
    13. Elie A. Akl

    Reviewed by PREreview

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  7. The potential health and economic impacts of new tuberculosis vaccines under varying delivery strategies in Delhi and Gujarat, India: a modelling study

    This article has 11 authors:
    1. Rebecca A Clark
    2. Allison Portnoy
    3. Chathika K Weerasuriya
    4. Tom Sumner
    5. Roel Bakker
    6. Rebecca C Harris
    7. Kirankumar Rade
    8. Sanjay Kumar Mattoo
    9. Dheeraj Tumu
    10. Nicolas A Menzies
    11. Richard G White

    Reviewed by Rapid Reviews Infectious Diseases

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  8. Cervical cancer screening improvements with self-sampling during the COVID-19 pandemic

    This article has 3 authors:
    1. Miriam Elfström
    2. Penelope Grace Gray
    3. Joakim Dillner
    This article has been curated by 1 group:
    • Curated by eLife

      eLife assessment

      This paper is of interest to researchers and policy makers involved in cervical cancer prevention. The paper provides insight into how the Covid19 pandemic accelerated changes in organized cervical cancer screening. The claim that self-sampling led to a major improvement of test coverage seems somewhat exaggerated and alternative hypotheses to those provided by the authors on the population who chose self-sampling are possible. Nonetheless, this is a valuable piece of work given the scope of the intervention(s) and the precedent it sets i.e. a crisis can in fact accelerate positive changes in screening that have been academic possibilities rather than practical realities.

    Reviewed by eLife

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  9. A modelled analysis of the impact of COVID-19-related disruptions to HPV vaccination

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Louiza S Velentzis
    2. Megan A Smith
    3. James Killen
    4. Julia ML Brotherton
    5. Rebecca Guy
    6. Karen Canfell
    This article has been curated by 1 group:
    • Curated by eLife

      eLife assessment

      The study presents important findings for public health authorities and policymakers to enable them to make evidence-based decisions when deciding on how to manage the effect of HPV vaccination disruptions. This study is particularly relevant in light of the efforts of the WHO to achieve global elimination of cervical cancers. The findings are convincing and the model used is appropriate.

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  10. Bibliometric Analysis of COVID-19 in the Context of Migration Health: A Study Protocol

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Sweetmavourneen Pernitez-Agan
    2. Mary Ann Bautista
    3. Janice Lopez
    4. Margaret Sampson
    5. Kolitha Wickramage

    Reviewed by ScreenIT

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