Fleur Hierink
Fleur Hierink
PhD Researcher, University of Geneva
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Forty-four years of global trade in CITES-listed snakes: Trends and implications for conservation and public health
F Hierink, I Bolon, AM Durso, RR de Castaņeda, C Zambrana-Torrelio, ...
Biological Conservation 248, 108601, 2020
The winding road to health: A systematic scoping review on the effect of geographical accessibility to health care on infectious diseases in low-and middle-income countries
F Hierink, EA Okiro, A Flahault, N Ray
Plos one 16 (1), e0244921, 2021
Modelling geographical accessibility to support disaster response and rehabilitation of a healthcare system: an impact analysis of Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in Mozambique
F Hierink, N Rodrigues, M Muņiz, R Panciera, N Ray
BMJ open 10 (11), e039138, 2020
How geographic access to care shapes disease burden: The current impact of post-exposure prophylaxis and potential for expanded access to prevent human rabies deaths in Madagascar
M Rajeev, H Guis, GT Edosoa, C Hanitriniaina, A Randrianarijaona, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 15 (4), e0008821, 2021
Differences between gridded population data impact measures of geographic access to healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa
F Hierink, G Boo, PM Macharia, PO Ouma, P Timoner, M Levy, ...
Communications medicine 2 (1), 117, 2022
Constructing and validating a transferable epidemic risk index in data scarce environments using open data: a case study for dengue in the Philippines
F Hierink, J Margutti, M van den Homberg, N Ray
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 16 (2), e0009262, 2022
Travel scenario workshops for geographical accessibility modeling of health services: A transdisciplinary evaluation study
L Molenaar, F Hierink, M Brun, JP Monet, N Ray
Frontiers in public health 10, 1051522, 2023
Assessing and Forecasting Dengue Risk with Hydrological Data
J Margutti, M van den Homberg, F Hierink, N Ray
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-2648, 2022
The Winding Road to Health: Geographic accessibility modelling to support health system optimization and disease estimates in low-and middle-income countries
F Hierink
University of Geneva, 2022
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