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Real-time Modelling of a Pandemic Influenza Outbreak

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Real-time Modelling of a Pandemic Influenza Outbreak
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Publisher: NIHR Journals Library
Number of pages: 144

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This study, funded by the National Institute for Health Research, has shown that real-time inference of pandemic flu is feasible using spatially disaggregated data and a system to implement this has been developed to fit with pandemic preparedness plans.

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