The impact of water quality risk factors on endemic gastrointestinal illness in a rural-urban setting.

Project number: 
04-022a
Approval date: 
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Principal Investigator: 
Teschke,Kay
Institution: 
Not Available
Funding Agency: 
Not Available
Datasets requested: 
Not available
Research objective: 
Publications: 

Journal Publication

  • Teschke, K., Bellack, N., Shen, H., Atwater, J.; Chu, R., Koehoorn, M.; MacNab, Y., Schreier, H., Isaac-Renton, J.L. "Water and sewage systems, socio-demographics, and duration of residence associated with endemic intestinal infectious diseases: A cohort study." BMC Public Health (2010) 10  767
  • Bellack N.R.; Koehoorn M., MacNab YC, Morshed, M.G. "A conceptual model of water's role as a reservoir in Helicobacter pylori transmission: a review of the evidence." Epidemiology and Infection (2006)

Presentation of research material (poster/seminar/lecture etc.)

  • Teschke, K. "Drinking water, sewage disposal, farmland and moving: Associations with risk of infectious gastrointestinal diseases?" School of Environmental Health Seminar Series. 29 January 2010
  • Teschke, K. "Langley water and health study." Program on Water Governance, Canadian Water Network. Vancouver, BC. 28 September 2009
  • Teschke, K. "Langley water and health study." Township of Langley. Langley. 17 April 2009

Conference abstract/presentation

  • Teschke K, Bellack N, Shen H Atwater J, Chu R, Koehoorn M , MacNab YC, Schreier H, Isaac-Renton J.L. "Water and sewage systems, socio-demographics, and duration of residence associated with endemic intestinal infectious diseases." CPHA. Canadian PublicHealth Association Conference. Montreal, Quebec June 2011

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