The Ghost Map (Dr. John Snow’s Maps and The Impact on Public Health) (EPI 2405)
Steven Johnson, author of the Ghost Map, describes the ways in which Dr. John Snow incorporated spatial analysis techniques during London's 1854 Cholera outbreak. He then addresses ways in which these same techniques can be leveraged and enhanced today through the usage of new geospatial technologies. In closing, he discusses the possibilities of this analysis for the public health field, particularly in relation to mapping human behavior during large scale epidemics.
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