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Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models

Francis Maina Ndungu, Kevin Marsh, Gregory Fegan, Juliana Wambua, George Nyangweso, Edna Ogada Orcid Logo, Tabitha Mwangi, Chris Nyundo, Alex Macharia, Sophie Uyoga, Thomas N Williams, Philip Bejon, Greg Fegan

BMC Medicine, Volume: 13, Issue: 1

Swansea University Authors: Edna Ogada Orcid Logo, Greg Fegan

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This work extended earlier work undertaken trying to identify kids at an elevated risk of malaria

Published in: BMC Medicine
ISSN: 1741-7015
Published: BMC Medicine 2015
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title Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models
spellingShingle Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models
Edna Ogada
Greg Fegan
title_short Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models
title_full Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models
title_fullStr Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models
title_full_unstemmed Identifying children with excess malaria episodes after adjusting for variation in exposure: identification from a longitudinal study using statistical count models
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Thomas N Williams
Philip Bejon
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