Timo Smieszek
Timo Smieszek
Modelling & Economics Unit, Public Health England
Verified email at smieszek.de
TitleCited byYear
Models of epidemics: when contact repetition and clustering should be included
T Smieszek, L Fiebig, RW Scholz
Theoretical biology and medical modelling 6 (1), 11, 2009
1012009
Justifications and self-organization as determinants of recycling behavior: The case of used batteries
R Hansmann, P Bernasconi, T Smieszek, P Loukopoulos, RW Scholz
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 47 (2), 133-159, 2006
1012006
A mechanistic model of infection: why duration and intensity of contacts should be included in models of disease spread
T Smieszek
Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling 6, 25, 2009
782009
Potential for reducing inappropriate antibiotic prescribing in English primary care
T Smieszek, KB Pouwels, FCK Dolk, DRM Smith, S Hopkins, M Sharland, ...
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 73 (suppl_2), ii36-ii43, 2018
592018
Antibiotics in primary care in England: which antibiotics are prescribed and for which conditions?
FCK Dolk, KB Pouwels, DRM Smith, JV Robotham, T Smieszek
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 73 (suppl_2), ii2-ii10, 2018
572018
Collecting close-contact social mixing data with contact diaries: reporting errors and biases
T Smieszek, EU Burri, R Scherzinger, RW Scholz
Epidemiology and Infection 140 (4), 744, 2012
502012
Positive network assortativity of influenza vaccination at a high school: implications for outbreak risk and herd immunity
VC Barclay, T Smieszek, J He, G Cao, JJ Rainey, H Gao, A Uzicanin, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e87042, 2014
492014
How should social mixing be measured: comparing web-based survey and sensor-based methods
T Smieszek, VC Barclay, I Seeni, JJ Rainey, H Gao, A Uzicanin, ...
BMC infectious diseases 14 (1), 136, 2014
472014
Actual versus ‘ideal’antibiotic prescribing for common conditions in English primary care
KB Pouwels, FCK Dolk, DRM Smith, JV Robotham, T Smieszek
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 73 (suppl_2), 19-26, 2018
432018
A low-cost method to assess the epidemiological importance of individuals in controlling infectious disease outbreaks
T Smieszek, M Salathe
BMC Medicine 11 (1), 35, 2013
362013
Reconstructing the 2003/2004 H3N2 influenza epidemic in Switzerland with a spatially explicit, individual-based model
T Smieszek, M Balmer, J Hattendorf, KW Axhausen, J Zinsstag, ...
BMC Infectious Diseases 11 (1), 115, 2011
342011
Contact diaries versus wearable proximity sensors in measuring contact patterns at a conference: method comparison and participants’ attitudes
T Smieszek, S Castell, A Barrat, C Cattuto, PJ White, G Krause
BMC infectious diseases 16 (1), 341, 2016
282016
Association between use of different antibiotics and trimethoprim resistance: going beyond the obvious crude association
KB Pouwels, R Freeman, B Muller-Pebody, G Rooney, KL Henderson, ...
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 73 (6), 1700-1707, 2018
252018
Contacts between poultry farms, their spatial dimension and their relevance for avian influenza preparedness
L Fiebig, T Smieszek, J Saurina, J Hattendorf, J Zinsstag
Geospatial health 4 (1), 79-95, 2009
252009
Defining the appropriateness and inappropriateness of antibiotic prescribing in primary care
DRM Smith, FCK Dolk, KB Pouwels, M Christie, JV Robotham, ...
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 73 (suppl_2), ii11-ii18, 2018
232018
Explaining variation in antibiotic prescribing between general practices in the UK
KB Pouwels, FCK Dolk, DRM Smith, T Smieszek, JV Robotham
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 73 (suppl_2), ii27-ii35, 2018
202018
Modeling workplace contact networks: The effects of organizational structure, architecture, and reporting errors on epidemic predictions
GE Potter, T Smieszek, K Sailer
Network Science 3 (3), 298-325, 2015
162015
Apparently-different clearance rates from cohort studies of Mycoplasma genitalium are consistent after accounting for incidence of infection, recurrent infection, and study design
T Smieszek, PJ White
PLoS One 11 (2), e0149087, 2016
152016
Seasonality of urinary tract infections in the United Kingdom in different age groups: longitudinal analysis of The Health Improvement Network (THIN)
A Rosello, KB Pouwels, MD De CellČs, E Van Kleef, AC Hayward, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 146 (1), 37-45, 2018
142018
The importance of dog population contact network structures in rabies transmission
M Laager, C Mbilo, EA Madaye, A Naminou, M Léchenne, A Tschopp, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 12 (8), e0006680, 2018
122018
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