Population dynamics and infectious diseases in asia edited by adrian c sleigh australian national university australia chee heng leng national university of singapore singapore brenda sa yeoh national university of singapore singapore phua kai hong national university of singapore singapore rachel safman national . Transdisciplinary approaches to population dynamics and infectious diseases in asia frameworks for understanding population dynamics and infectious diseases in asia 2 ecological and social influences on emergence and resurgence of infectious diseases 3. Infectious diseases in asia infectious diseases are still important public health problems in asia today previous optimism in the 1960s and 1970s that almost all serious infections would be controlled was misplaced morens et al 2004. Importance when considering population dynamics and infectious diseases in asia first the importance of place expressed through the landscape and the culture place determined the risk of infection and also modified the response second alteration of the landscape for economic development with local national regional and global effects. Initially stimulated by a scholarly workshop convened in singapore in late 2004 and written over the subsequent 18 months this volume considers the potentially lethal pattern of infectious disease emergence in asia
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