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Title

Publication Type

Author

Published

Hygiene and health in developing countries: defining priorities – a cost-benefit assessment

Review

Larsen B

01/12/2004

The hygiene hypothesis and implications for home hygiene

Review, Best practice

Stanwell Smith R, Bloomfield SF

01/12/2004

Biocide Usage and Antimicrobial Resistance in Home Settings: an Update (2004)

Review, Best practice

Beumer R, Bloomfield SF, Exner M, Fara GM, Nath KJ, Scott E

01/12/2004

Too clean or not too clean: the hygiene hypothesis and home hygiene - a review of the scientific evidence base

Review, Best practice, Journal article

Bloomfield SF, Stanwell-Smith R, Crevel RWR, Pickup J

01/12/2004

Consensus statement: Antimicrobial resistance in relation to the use of antimicrobial products in the home 2004

Review, Best practice

Beumer R, Bloomfield SF, Exner M, Fara GM, Nath KJ, Scott E

01/01/2004

Are we too clean: a report of a symposium on the hygiene hypothesis and its implications at the Royal Institute of Public Health, London, September 2002

Review

Stanwell-Smith R

01/03/2003

Home hygiene: a risk approach

Review, Best practice

Bloomfield SF

01/01/2003

Developing effective policy for home hygiene a risk-based approach

Review

Bloomfield SF, Scott EA

01/01/2003

Consensus statement: home hygiene and the prevention of infectious disease in developing countries: a responsibility for all

Review

IFH

15/04/2002

The Infection Potential in the Domestic Setting and the Role of Hygiene 2002

Review, Best practice

Bloomfield SF, et al

24/03/2002

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