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Assessing the impact of climate change on vector-borne viruses in the EU through the elicitation of expert opinion

Assessing the impact of climate change on vector-borne viruses in the EU through the elicitation of expert opinion,10.1017/S0950268809990367,Epidemiol

Assessing the impact of climate change on vector-borne viruses in the EU through the elicitation of expert opinion   (Citations: 10)
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Journal: Epidemiology and Infection - EPIDEMIOL INFECT , vol. 138, no. 02, 2010
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    • ...The response rate did not vary according to sector and participants tended to decline due to lack of time. Expert input was not weighted according to sector because the background information available (e.g. professional affiliation, geographic location) was not considered to be a reliable way to assess bias. Academic researchers based at universities, for example, are often involved in government advisory roles and could not be classed as purely ‘academic’. One study which did weight experts according to their level of expertise in relation to specific pathogens found that this had little effect on the overall conclusions ...

    Ruth Coxet al. The Use of Expert Opinion to Assess the Risk of Emergence or Re-Emerge...

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