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Desenclos, J. C.

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Works: 19 works in 34 publications in 3 languages and 178 library holdings
Genres: Handbooks and manuals  Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Publishing director, Editor, Other, Author, Thesis advisor, Opponent
Classifications: RC76, 614.4
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Publications by J. C Desenclos
Most widely held works by J. C Desenclos
Épidémiologie de terrain : méthodes et applications by François Dabis( Book )
3 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 58 libraries worldwide
Clinical guidelines : diagnostic and treatment manual : for curative programs in rural hospitals, dispensaries and refugee camps by MSF--F (Association)( Book )
10 editions published between 1988 and 1995 in English and held by 33 libraries worldwide
Guide clinique et thérapeutique : pour les programmes curatifs des hôpitaux, des dispensaires ruraux et des camps de réfugiés, à l'usage des médecins et infirmier(e)s-- by MSF--F (Association)( Book )
3 editions published between 1988 and 1992 in French and held by 25 libraries worldwide
Rotavirus gastroenteritis in Europe : proceedings of the Workshop on Rotavirus Surveillance in Europe, Geneva, 28-29 October 1996 by Workshop on Rotavirus Surveillance in Europe( Book )
3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 20 libraries worldwide
Rotavirus gastroenteritis in Europe ( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Contribution à l'épidémiologie des infections à Campylobacter en France by Anne Gallay( Book )
in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
EVALUATION DE CRITERES D'ALERTE POUR LA DETECTION ET L'INVESTIGATION DES EPIDEMIES DE SALMONELLOSES COMMUNAUTAIRES by Christophe Billy( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
EPIDEMIOLOGIE DES INFECTIONS ACQUISES LORS DE LA CONSOMMATION D'HUITRES EN FLORIDE by J. C Desenclos( Book )
1 edition published in 1992 in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
LES COQUILLAGES, SURTOUT LES HUITRES, PARCE QU'ILS FILTRENT L'EAU CONCENTRENT LES MICROORGANISMES QUI S'Y TROUVENT (SOIT NATURELLEMENT (VIBRIO), SOIT DU FAIT DE LA POLLUTION FECALE HUMAINE (GERMES A TRANSMISSION FECALE)) ET QU'ILS SONT CONSOMMES CRUS OU PEU CUITS SONT UNE SOURCE FREQUENTE DE TOXI-INFECTIONS ALIMENTAIRES. DANS CE TRAVAIL, APRES AVOIR IDENTIFIE SUR LA BASE D'UNE REVUE DE LA LITTERATURE DES AXES DE RECHERCHE OPERATIONNELLE IMPORTANTE POUR AMELIORER LA PREVENTION, NOUS PRESENTONS SIX ETUDES SUR LES RISQUES LIES A LA CONSOMMATION D'HUITRES CRUES EN FLORIDE. NOUS DISCUTONS AUSSI L'EFFET DE L'ALCOOL INGERE EN MEME TEMPS QUE LES HUITRES CONTAMINEES PAR LE VIRUS DE L'HEPATITE A. NOS TRAVAUX QU'ILS CONCERNENT LES VIBRIOS OU LES GERMES A TRANSMISSION FECALE MONTRENT QU'AUX ETATS-UNIS, LES MESURES DE PREVENTION ACTUELLES NE PERMETTENT PAS D'ASSURER LA SECURITE DU CONSOMMATEUR. DES EFFORTS DEVRONT ETRE FAITS POUR REDUIRE LES RECOLTES (ILLEGALES) EN ZONES POLLUEES ET METTRE AU POINT DES INDICATEURS DE POLLUTION FECALE PLUS FIABLES, PARTICULIEREMENT POUR LES AGENTS VIRAUX. EN ATTENDANT, L'ACTION PREVENTIVE LA PLUS IMPORTANTE A RENFORCER EST L'EDUCATION DU PUBLIC ET L'EDUCATION DIETETIQUE DES PERSONNES VULNERABLES AUX INFECTIONS
Traitement des données manquantes en épidémiologie : application de l'imputation multiple à des données de surveillance et d'enquêtes by Vanina Héraud Bousquet( file )
1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
The management of missing values is a common and widespread problem in epidemiology. The most common technique used restricts the data analysis to subjects with complete information on variables of interest, which can reducesubstantially statistical power and precision and may also result in biased estimates.This thesis investigates the application of multiple imputation methods to manage missing values in epidemiological studies and surveillance systems for infectious diseases. Study designs to which multiple imputation was applied were diverse: a risk analysis of HIV transmission through blood transfusion, a case-control study on risk factors for ampylobacter infection, and a capture-recapture study to estimate the number of new HIV diagnoses among children. We then performed multiple imputation analysis on data of a surveillance system for chronic hepatitis C (HCV) to assess risk factors of severe liver disease among HCV infected patients who reported drug use. Within this study on HCV, we proposedguidelines to apply a sensitivity analysis in order to test the multiple imputation underlying hypotheses. Finally, we describe how we elaborated and applied an ongoing multiple imputation process of the French national HIV surveillance database, evaluated and attempted to validate multiple imputation procedures.Based on these practical applications, we worked out a strategy to handle missing data in surveillance data base, including the thorough examination of the incomplete database, the building of the imputation model, and the procedure to validate imputation models and examine underlying multiple imputation hypotheses
Emergence of clostridium difficile-associated disease in North America and Europe ( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Comment réduire l'incidence de listériose humaine? : Bilan de 30 ans de surveillance épidémiologique en France by Véronique Goulet( file )
1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Listeriosis surveillance was built up stage by stage in France since the 1980s on a twofold basis: microbiology and epidemiology. Thanks to the creation of the Listeria National Reference Centre (Centre National de Référence des Listeria), the Pasteur Institute has been doing microbiological surveillance since 1987. Epidemiological surveillance was initiated by the National Health Laboratory, then conducted by the National Health Network and further developed by the National Institute of Health Surveillance. This thesis aims first of all to describe the different stages in the setting up of this surveillance system in order to analyze their respective inputs during these last thirty years. The four stages are:1. From 1982 to 1992: awareness and recognition of the role of food in the transmission of listeriosis and as the source of outbreaks. 2. From 1993 to 2000: building a reliable surveillance system in order to detect and investigate outbreaks in France. 3. From 2000 to 2005: strengthening and perfecting the surveillance system by taking additional measures, such as food sampling.4. Since 2005, we have reached the fourth stage, designed to optimize the surveillance system. This optimization involves adapting surveillance and early warning tools to new knowledge and information. For instance, having established that listeriosis incubation periods vary according to the clinical form of the illness, we suggested the integration of the variation of exposure period factor when interviewing patients with the food questionnaire. On two separate occasions, analysis of the surveillance system performance results made it possible to modify the criteria for early warning so as to optimize surveillance by increasing its specificity whilst reducing costs.The second aim of this thesis is to illustrate how surveillance data can contribute to public health policies. A first study analyzed temporal trends, using all available data in order to give some explanation as to major trends. The first trend was a reduction of incidence from 1987 to 1997 that was concomitant with control measures by the food industry and a drop in food contamination. The increased trend observed in 2006-2007 appears to be due to several factors. The increased rate of sales of proton pump inhibitors medication could be the major factor in this increase. In a second study, we ranked groups at risk of acquiring listeriosis based on the incidence of listeriosis and its lethality in each group. This enabled us to identify the most vulnerable groups : hematological malignancy, some cancers (digestive, lung, and brain cancer), dialysis, cirrhosis, organ transplantation and pregnancy. Epidemiological analysis of listeriosis cases associated with pregnancy indicated an association between regions with low rate listeriosis associated with pregnancy and regions where toxoplasmosis prevalence of pregnant women is low. This suggests that recommendations for avoiding toxoplasmosis have a positive effect on preventing listeriosis during pregnancy
The relief operation in Puno District, Peru, after the 1986 floods of Lake Titicaca by J. C Desenclos( Article )
1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Desenclos, Jean-Claude
Languages
English (17)
French (16)
Spanish (1)
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