SUPPORTING PARTICIPATORY EVIDENCE GENERATION TO CONTROL TRANSMISSIBLE DISEASES IN OUR REGION USING MODELLING (SPECTRUM)
Grant number: 1170960 | Funding period: 2019 - 2024
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Modelling testing and response strategies for COVID-19 outbreaks in remote Australian Aboriginal communities
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BACKGROUND: Remote Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have potential to be severely impacted by COVID-19..
Risk mapping for COVID-19 outbreaks in Australia using mobility data
Cameron Zachreson, Lewis Mitchell, Michael J Lydeamore, Nicolas Rebuli, Martin Tomko, Nicholas Geard
COVID-19 is highly transmissible and containing outbreaks requires a rapid and effective response. Because infection may be spread..
Coronavirus Disease Model to Inform Transmission -Reducing Measures and Health System Preparedness, Australia
Robert Moss, James Wood, Damien Brown, Freya M Shearer, Andrew J Black, Kathryn Glass, Allen C Cheng, James M McCaw, Jodie McVernon
The ability of health systems to cope with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases is of major concern. In preparation, we used clini..
Role of modelling in COVID-19 policy development
Emma S McBryde, Michael T Meehan, Oyelola A Adegboye, Adeshina Adekunle, Jamie M Caldwell, Anton Pak, Diana P Rojas, Bridget M Williams, James M Trauer
Models have played an important role in policy development to address the COVID-19 outbreak from its emergence in China to the cur..