Browsing by Author RICHARD JAMES COKER

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2016Are current case-finding methods underdiagnosing tuberculosis among women in Myanmar? An analysis of operational data from Yangon and the nationwide prevalence surveyKhan M.S. ; Khine T.M.; Hutchison C.; Coker R.J. ; Hane K.M.; Innes A.L.; Aung S.
2016Characteristics of acute febrile illness and determinants of illness recovery among adults presenting to Singapore primary care clinicsTun Z.M. ; Moorthy M. ; Linster M. ; Su Y.C.F. ; Coker R.J. ; Ooi E.E. ; Low J.G.-H. ; Smith G.J.D. ; Tam C.C.
2016Economic interventions to improve population health: A scoping study of systematic reviewsKhan M.S. ; Guan B.Y.; Audimulam J. ; Cervero Liceras F. ; Coker R.J. ; Yoong J. 
2017Justice is the missing link in one health: Results of a mixed methods study in an urban city stateLysaght T. ; Capps B. ; Bailey M. ; Bickford D. ; Coker R. ; Lederman Z.; Watson S.; Tambyah P.A. 
4-Sep-2017Mapping infectious disease hospital surge threats to lessons learnt in Singapore: a systems analysis and development of a framework to inform how to DECIDE on planning and response strategiesSingh, Shweta R ; Coker, Richard ; Vrijhoef, Hubertus J-M ; Leo, Yee Sin ; Chow, Angela ; Lim, Poh Lian ; Tan, Qinghui; Chen, Mark I-Cheng ; Hildon, Zoe Jane-Lara 
2016Patterns of medication use and factors associated with antibiotic use among adult fever patients at Singapore primary care clinicsTun Z.M. ; Moorthy M. ; Linster M. ; Su Y.C.F. ; Coker R.J. ; Ooi E.E. ; Low J.G.-H. ; Smith G.J.D. ; Tam C.C. 
2015Pilgrims and MERS-CoV: What's the risk?Soliman T ; Cook A.R ; Coker R.J 
2017Risk factors that may be driving the emergence of drug resistance in tuberculosis patients treated in Yangon, MyanmarKhan M.S. ; Hutchison C.; Coker R.J.