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Eco-biosociocultural H5N1 disease model in Egypt
Environmental Health and Biomedicine
This paper explores environmental and behavioral interactions that facilitate human exposure to the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1/A virus (termed bird flu or H5N1 throughout this document) in Egypt. The approach used in this research integrates public health and anthropological methods to assess environmental and behavioral interactions that facilitate human exposure to bird flu. Four key elements of the H5N1 eco-biosociocultural model were identified: (1) the subsidized naturaldoi:10.2495/ehr110231 fatcat:oyzamwoqpvatdcr3pinh5hgydq