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Issues 1-40 are indexed by Author Authors Issue (page)

ACKERS, J P. Amoebiasis 27 (7)
ALI, S M I. Diarrhoea in urban slums: Karachi 31 (5)
ALNWICK, D. Weaning foods and diarrhoea 29 (2)
ANGOVE, R. Nepal: preventing dehydration 22 (3)
ANSELL, C, & WRIGHT, P. Combining science with tradition (North Yemen) 15 (7)
ARTHUR, J, & TAYLER, K. Poor urban neighbourhoods: water and sanitation 'dos and don'ts' 31 (3)
ASHFORD, R W. Strongyloides 27 (5)
AUBEL, J, & MANSOUR, M. CDD training activities: step-by-step planning 38 (5)
AVERY, M E, & SNYDER, J. ORT: an American perspective 29 (5)

BARUA, D. Control strategies (cholera) 12 (6)
BARUA, D, & MARTINEZ, A. The most feared of the diarrhoeal diseases: cholera 7 (3)
BAUM, D, & ROLFE, P. Perspectives on human milk banking 17 (6)
BELL, H I. Environmental health in the Caribbean 36 (7)
BENENSON, A. The devastating disease: cholera 12 (4)
BHARDWA, R C. Iran: attitudes to treatment and use of antibiotics 33 (2)
BHATIA, S, & CUTTING, W. Bangladesh: ORT - the biggest campaign 19 (3)
BILLOO, A G. Pakistan: early use of ORS 25 (7)
BISHARAT, L. Jordan: diarrhoea and the urban poor 32 (6)
BISHOP, R. Searching for viruses: acute childhood diarrhoea 14 (7-8)
BLACK, R, & SCHROEDER, D. Weaning foods: breaking the chain of infection 36 (5)
BLUM, D. Water programme in Nigeria 18 (3)
BRAY, W J. Leaf concentrate consumption and diarrhoea 33 (2)
BRIEND, A. Vitamin A and diarrhoea: reducing the risk? 33 (4-5)
BUKENYA, G. Letter from Uganda: involving mothers 9 (3)
BUNDY, D A P. Trichuriasis 27 (4-5)
BWENGYE, E. Uganda: newborns, false teeth and diarrhoea 39 (6)

CACERES, U G. 'Salvadora': over the counter success 13 (3)
CAIRNCROSS, S. Water supply and sanitation programmes: Mozambique 5 (3)
CANDY, C. ORT in practice: a nursing perspective 33 (6)
Using a nasogastric tube 26 (6)
CANDY, D. Finding the guilty organisms 7 (4-5)
WHO meeting report and guidelines 37 (2)
CARBALLO, M. WHO study (breastfeeding) 17 (3)
CARPENTER, C C J. Recent cholera developments 12 (5)
CARRIERE, R C. India: ORT survey 29 (2)
CHANG, O J. Using ORS packets to measure water volume? 33 (2-3)
COOK, G C. Causes and control of chronic diarrhoea: a vicious cycle 10 (4-5)
CUTHBERT, J. Choosing a handpump 4 (6)
CUTTING, W A M. Convincing the doctors 13 (5)
Diarrhoea pathophysiology: mechanisms of diarrhoea and why they matter 35 (4-5)
What drinks to give: carrying out a survey 28 (4)

D'ARCY, P F. Channels for promoting ORT: the community pharmacist 24 (7)
D'ARCY, P F, & HARRON, D W G. Medicines with care 25 (6)

ELLIOTT, K M. Better food for the same money 10 (3)
ELLIOTT, K M, & CUTTING, W. Collection, transport and examination: laboratory services 11 (4-5)
ELMENDORF, M. Water supply, sanitation and diarrhoea: the role of women 30 (3)
EL-MOUGI, M. ORT in practice: Egypt 28 (2)
EL-SAYYAD, L M. Egypt: specific objectives 13 (2)

FEACHEM, R. Oral rehydration with dirty water? 4 (7)
Water, excreta, behaviour and diarrhoea 4 (4-5)
FENDALL, N R, & SHATTOCK, F. Health education for diarrhoea 3 (4-5)
FLEWETT, T H. Expectations for a vaccine 16 (3)
FORSBERG, B. Evaluation of training 29 (6)
FRANCIS, D. Feeding and chronic diarrhoea 10 (6)
FUKUMOTO, M, et al. Why do mothers wash their hands? 39 (5)

GALLAT, S. Improving weaning foods: germinated flours 40 (4)
GHOSH, S. Feeding the anorexic child 23 (6)
GLENNIE, C. Water supply and sanitation programme: Nepal 5 (3)
GOODALL, R. Oral rehydration in the home 28 (4)
GOWERS, P. Solving problems locally: national; immunisation programme in The Gambia 16 (6)
GURNEY, M. Breast to family diet 15 (6)

HAIDER, R, and ROY, S K. Persistent diarrhoea: appropriate dietary management 37 (4-5)
HIRSCHHORN, N. Enriched ORT 15 (4)
Issues in oral rehydration 1 (4-5)
HIRSCHHORN, N, & YOUSSEF, A. Successful ORT 22 (6)
HOFF, W. Channels for promoting ORT: the traditional healer 24 (6)
HOGAN, R C. ARI and diarrhoea: a natural collaboration 31 (6-7)
Supervisory skills training course 13 (4)
HOQUE, B A, and AZIZ, K M A. Bangladesh: the Mirzapur project 30 (7)
HUFFMAN, S. Breastfeeding promotion: the right start 38 (6)
HUMPHRIES, P J. Viewpoint: local laboratory skills 38 (2)
HURTADO, E, and SCRIMSHAW, S. Investigating beliefs: collecting information 39 (3-4)
HYND, S W. Swaziland: discovering ORT 19 (5)

JACOB, M. Preventing food borne infections 36 (4)

KAFERSTEIN, F K. Food borne illness: world overview 36 (2)
KIRKE, K. Australia: diarrhoea in Aboriginal children 25 (7)
KOTHARI, G. Diarrhoea in urban slums: Bombay 31 (4-5)
KOBLINSKY, M A, et al. Operational research in the public sector: implementation and priorities 20 (4-5)

LAMBERT, H. Cautious prescription: drugs and diarrhoea 8 (4-5)
LANATA, C. Feeding bottles: a source of faecal contamination 37 (3)
LANATA, C, and GILMAN, J. Clear and appropriate messages -home fluids: food or drink? 23 (5)
LEVINE, M, et al. Typhoid vaccines: outlook for the future 16 (7)
LOMBARDI, C, et al. Brazil: a RAP survey 39 (4)

MacCORMACK C, & DRAPER, A. Clear and appropriate messages -promoting ORT correctly 23 (5)
MARA, D. On-site sanitation 18 (7)
MARERO, L M. Improved weaning foods: germinated cereals, peas and beans 40 (5)
MATA, L. Breastfeeding: helping to reduce the severity of diarrhoea 17 (4-5)
Cryptosporidia 27 (4)
Diarrhoea and AIDS 35 (3)
MATHAN, M, & V I. Measles immunisation in diarrhoeal disease control 16 (4-5)
MBVUNDULA. An ORT centre in Malawi 26 (7)
MEEGAN, M. Beliefs and behaviour: the Maasai in Kenya and Tanzania 39 (8)
MENSAH, P P A, et al. Fermented foods: reducing contamination 40 (3)
MERSON, M H. WHO: a major strategy 5 (4)
MIR, N A. Dealing with diarrhoea in new born infants: careful management 22 (5)
MOHAPATRA, S. Beliefs of rural mothers about diarrhoea in Orissa, India 39 (7)
MOLLA, M. ORS research: advances with rice powder ORS 19 (7)
MOODY, T. Simple laboratory investigations into diarrhoea 11 (6)
MSENGI, A. Coconut water for rehydration? 26 (2)
MURSAL, H M. Refugee camps: reducing diarrhoea 27 (2)

NABARRO, D. Practical issues in growth monitoring: diarrhoea and growth 23 (4)
NARAYANAN, I. Passport to life: breastmilk banking in India 17 (7)
NASSIM, J, & SAI, F T. Child spacing: impact on health 34 (3)
NORTHRUP, R S, UNDA, R F. The physician and ORT: recent initiatives 29 (4-5)

OCAMPO, P D S. ORT: improving medical education 29 (3)
OCKLITZ, H W. ORT in East Germany 17 (2)
OGILVIE, B M. How to write a funding proposal 20 (6)
O'ROURKE, E, & KAYA, M. Improving environmental hygiene: how to plan a community based project 36 (6)

PAL, S C. Dysentery: an overview 25 (4)
PUNDIT, D D, & PAI, N P. A diarrhoea game 29 (7)
PIERCE, N F. Operational research 20 (5)
PISACANE, A. Mozambique: training nurses 22 (7)
PISACANE, A, & ATSITUKWA, L. Correct measures: home made ORS 35 (6)
PIZARRO, D. Costa Rica: teaching by example 7 (7)
Dealing with diarrhoea in new born infants: approaches to rehydration 22 (4)
PRYSOR-JONES S. Key issues in ORT 34 (6)
PURANIK, L D. ORT in practice: India 22 (2)

RADFORD, A. An intestinal zoo 27 (3)
READ, G. Appropriate latrines 5 (6)
RIPA, P, & HARARI, M. Viewpoint: Papua New Guinea 34 (5)
ROHDE, J E. Attitudes and beliefs about diarrhoea: the mother's role 2 (4-5)
Haiti: ORT programming on a shoestring 19 (4-5)
ROWLAND, M G M. The diarrhoea-malnutrition complex 6 (4-5)
The seasons and diarrhoea: The Gambia and Bangladesh 26 (3)

SACK, R B. Diarrhoea management: drug treatment 25 (5)
SATOTO, N, & SRIUNINGSIH, M. Viewpoint: Indonesia 34 (4)
SCHWEIGER, M. Hygiene, food safety and diarrhoea 36 (3)
SIMMONDS, S. Diarrhoea and refugee communities 21 (3)
SMITH, W. Promoting ORT 14 (4)
SOSA, R. Promoting breastfeeding in urban communities 39 (6)
STANTON, B, & CLEMENS, J. Environment, behaviour and the spread of diarrhoea: soiled saris 26 (5)
Hygiene education 30 (4-5)
SULLESTA, E O. The Philippines: national experience in ORT 1 (7)
SWAI, M E. Children can be teachers 29 (7)

TARLOW, M J. Swing to ORT in Britain 16 (2)
TOMKINS, A. Giardiasis 27 (6)
Intestinal parasites: causes or contributors? 12 (3)
Persistent diarrhoea: adding to malnutrition 23 (7-8)
TORRADO, A. Portugal: rediscovering breastfeeding 17 (2)
TRAITONGYOO, T. Thailand: village water tanks 31 (2)

WALDMAN, R. Problems with home ORS: lessons from Africa 28 (6)
WATSON, F. Food technologies: but what do mothers think? 40 (6-7)
WHYTE, A. Communities, water and health 4 (3)

YODER, P S. Investigating beliefs: research methods 39 (2)
YOUNG, B, et al. Improved facilities 30 (5)

ZIMMERMAN, M, & HAFFEY, J. Simple but not easy: PATH health education materials 14 (6)
DE ZOYSA, I. Zimbabwe: treating diarrhoea early 20 (3)


updated: 23 April, 2014

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