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Purpose - The aim of this study is to examine cruise destination branding as a new resource for a region to promote an area as a differentiated cruise destination. The authors specifically study how the perceived brand awareness of a destination moderates the relation between cruisers' motivation...

Author(s)
Lemmetyinen, A.; Dimitrovski, D.; Nieminen, L.; Pohjola, T.
Publisher
Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bradford, UK
Citation
Tourism Review, 2016, 71, 4, pp 245-286
Abstract

When an increased number of acute gastroenteritis (AG) cases is detected among tourists staying at the same accommodation, outbreak management plans must be activated in a timely manner to prevent large outbreaks. Syndromic surveillance data collected between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2013 by...

Author(s)
Mouchtouri, V. A.; Verykouki, E.; Zamfir, D.; Hadjipetris, C.; Lewis, H. C.; Hadjichristodoulou, C.
Publisher
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Eurosurveillance, 2017, 22, 45, pp 00576
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In this study, we investigated the effect of ingesting carbohydrate alone or with caffeine on performance of a rugby union-specific shuttle running protocol. On three occasions, at least one week apart in a counterbalanced trial order, eight male rugby union forwards ingested either placebo or...

Author(s)
Roberts, S. P.; Stokes, K. A.; Trewartha, G.; Doyle, J.; Hogben, P.; Thompson, D.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Oxon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sports Sciences, 2010, 28, 8, pp 833-842
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Objective: Managing an outbreak of gastroenteritis (GI) on board a cruise ship while minimising disruption to passengers' on board and shore visit activities is difficult. For this reason it is important to understand the complex patterns of transmission in a closed community. We describe the...

Author(s)
Vivancos, R.; Keenan, A.; Sopwith, W.; Smith, K.; Quigley, C.; Mutton, K.; Dardamissis, E.; Nichols, G.; Harris, J.; Gallimore, C.; Verhoef, L.; Syed, Q.; Reid, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Infection, 2010, 60, 6, pp 478-485
Abstract

In 2008, acute hepatitis E infection was confirmed in 4 passengers returning to the United Kingdom after a world cruise. Epidemiologic investigation showed that of 789 persons who provided blood samples, 195 (25%) were seropositive, 33 (4%) had immunoglobulin [Ig] M levels consistent with recent...

Author(s)
Said, B.; Ijaz, S.; Kafatos, G.; Booth, L.; Thomas, H. L.; Walsh, A.; Ramsay, M.; Morgan, D.
Publisher
National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA
Citation
Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2009, 15, 11, pp 1738-1744
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CDR Weekly, 1998, 8, 27, pp 273
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The report looks at a number of issues connected with the overseas holiday market for the over 55 age group. Over 25% of the UK population is over 55 years and this group will increase to reach 15.3 million people by 2001. In terms of the holiday market, the 55-64 and the over 65 age groups have...

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Leisure Intelligence, 1991, 3, pp 1-24

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