Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2013): Jul-Dec

Using Risk Group Profiles as a Lightweight Qualitative Approach for Intervention Development: An Example of Prevention of Tick Bites and Lyme Disease

Using Risk Group Profiles as a Lightweight Qualitative Approach for Intervention Development: An Example of Prevention of Tick Bites and Lyme Disease

Using Risk Group Profiles as a Lightweight Qualitative Approach for Intervention Development: An Example of Prevention of Tick Bites and Lyme Disease

Journals

  1. Antonise-Kamp L, Beaujean D, Crutzen R, van Steenbergen J, Ruwaard D. Prevention of tick bites: an evaluation of a smartphone app. BMC Infectious Diseases 2017;17(1) View
  2. van der Heijden A, Mulder B, Poortvliet P, van Vliet A. Social-cognitive determinants of the tick check: a cross-sectional study on self-protective behavior in combatting Lyme disease. BMC Public Health 2017;17(1) View
  3. Steffen R. Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) in children in Europe: Epidemiology, clinical outcome and comparison of vaccination recommendations. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 2019;10(1):100 View
  4. Ghane Kisomi M, Wong L, Tay S, Bulgiba A, Zandi K, Kho K, Koh F, Ong B, Jaafar T, Hassan Nizam Q, Stevenson B. Factors Associated with Tick Bite Preventive Practices among Farmworkers in Malaysia. PLOS ONE 2016;11(6):e0157987 View
  5. Domche G, Valois P, Canuel M, Talbot D, Tessier M, Aenishaenslin C, Bouchard C, Briand S. Telephone versus web panel National Survey for monitoring adoption of preventive behaviors to climate change in populations: a case study of Lyme disease in Québec, Canada. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2020;20(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Beaujean D, Sprong H. Ecology and prevention of Lyme borreliosis. View