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Review

Title

Publication Type

Author

Published

“Are we too clean” – an outdated concept or a concept in need of clarification?

Review

Bloomfield SF

05/06/2014

Webber Training teleclass: Are we too clean for our own good? - the hygiene hypothesis and its implications for public health

Review

Bloomfield SF

24/04/2014

Many Hands: Harmonising Capacity, Knowledge and Documentation in Sanitation and Hygiene

Review

Andrew Kanyegirire, Carolien van der Voorden

01/04/2014

Domestic laundering - do clothing and household linens contribute to spread of antibiotic resistant strains in the community

Review, Best practice

Bloomfield SF

16/03/2014

Microbial “Old Friends”, immunoregulation and socioeconomic status

Best practice, Review

Rook GAW Raison CL Lowry CA

04/02/2014

Effectiveness of Laundering Processes Used in Domestic (home) Settings (2013)

Review

Bloomfield SF, Exner M, Signorelli C, Scott EA

21/10/2013

The Old Friends Hypothesis

Review

Graham Rook

12/08/2013

Does Microbicide Use in Consumer Products Promote Antimicrobial Resistance? A Critical Review and Recommendations for a Cohesive Approach to Risk Assessment

Review

Maillard JY, Bloomfield SF, Coelho JR, Collier P, Cookson B, Fanning S, Hill A, Hartemann P, McBain AJ, Oggioni M, Sattar S, Schweizer HP, Threlfall J.

20/06/2013

Global child health: Water, sanitation, hygiene and enteric infections in children

Review

Brown J, Cairncross S, Ensink JHJ

19/06/2013

The Hygiene Hypothesis, Old Friends and Their Implications for Child Health and Home Hygiene. Symposium Presentations, 6th June 2013, 6th Europaediatrics Conference, Glasgow

Review

Rook GA, Bloomfield SF

11/06/2013

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