ecoepidemiology

ecoepidemiology

(ē'kō-ep'i-dē-mē-ol'ŏ-jē),
1. Study of ecologic influences on human health. 2. Conceptual approach combining molecular, societal, and population-based aspects to study a health-related problem.
[eco- + epidemiology]
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Mapping the ecoepidemiology of Zika virus infection in urban and rural areas of Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia, 2015-2016: implications for public health and travel medicine.
Emerging vector-borne zoonoses: ecoepidemiology and public health implications in India.
Gao, "Application of inequalities technique to dynamics analysis of a stochastic ecoepidemiology model," Journal of Inequalities and Applications, vol.
Junqueira, "Ecoepidemiology, short history and control of Chagas disease in the endemic countries and the new challenge for non-endemic countries," Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, vol.
Among the frameworks that try to explain ecosystems dynamics, ecoepidemiology has become a proper discipline in its own right [1, 2].
Moreover, it is important to understand the ecoepidemiology of Triatominae since these vectors are found in large numbers in their natural habitat [27].
Ecoepidemiology which is a relatively new branch of study in theoretical biology, tackles such situations by dealing with both ecological and epidemiological issues.