Apart from this, the authors have no financial or other conflicts of interest to disclose.
Interventions to Prevent and Control Food-Borne Diseases Associated with a Reduction in Traveler—s Diarrhea in Tourists to Jamaica
Article first published online: 8 MAR 2006
Journal of Travel Medicine
Volume 11, Issue 6, pages 364–369, November 2004
How to Cite
Ashley, D. V.M., Walters, C., Dockery-Brown, C., McNab, A. and Ashley, D. E.C. (2004), Interventions to Prevent and Control Food-Borne Diseases Associated with a Reduction in Traveler—s Diarrhea in Tourists to Jamaica. Journal of Travel Medicine, 11: 364–369. doi: 10.2310/7060.2004.19205
The work was supported by the Ministry of Health, Tourism Product Development Company Ltd., and the Pan American Health Organization, Jamaica. The exit survey on tourists from Donald Sangster International Airport in 1996/7 was part of a larger study supported by SmithKline Beecham Biological (Belgium). The survey from the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, was jointly financed by Caribbean Action on Sustainable Tourism (CAST) of the Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC), Pan American Health Organization, and the Ministry of Health.
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