Key Dimensions for the Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases in Institutional Settings: A Scoping Review to Guide the Development of a Tool to Strengthen Preparedness at Migrant Holding Centres in the EU/EEA

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scabies 1 infectiousdiseases
syphilis 2 infectiousdiseases
tuberculosis 1 infectiousdiseases
chickenpox 1 infectiousdiseases
infectious disease 4 infectiousdiseases
measles 1 infectiousdiseases
rubella 1 infectiousdiseases

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chickenpox 14813 that create potential for the spread of respiratory and other infections including measles, rubella, chickenpox , tuberculosis and meningococcal disease. The transport system that supports a devolved correctional
infectious disease 4100 institutions “are characterized by a combination of multiple and interacting social determinants of infectious disease spread (…) including close and prolonged human contact, poor ventilation, containment of highly susceptible
infectious disease 13766 and/or via contaminated water/food [[11],[12],[20]]. Specific challenges in preventing and controlling infectious disease spread have been described in correctional settings. In addition to more general challenges in managing
infectious disease 15152 military camps” [[55]]. All this, combined with factors associated with living conditions, can favour infectious disease transmission: “Detainees are more likely to become infected as a result of significant overcrowding
infectious disease 35667 review.Figure 3Number of articles or reports addressing the first review objective (n = 55), by type of infectious disease transmission and setting.Figure 4Number of articles or reports addressing the first review objective
measles 14795 crowded environments that create potential for the spread of respiratory and other infections including measles , rubella, chickenpox, tuberculosis and meningococcal disease. The transport system that supports a devolved
rubella 14804 environments that create potential for the spread of respiratory and other infections including measles, rubella , chickenpox, tuberculosis and meningococcal disease. The transport system that supports a devolved correctional
scabies 21827 migration centres in Italy [[77],[78]] and Greece [[79],[80]], that have identified signs/symptoms of scabies , respiratory tract infections, and gastrointestinal infections as the most frequently reported syndromes.Human
syphilis 12262 borne viruses (BBV) [[47],[48],[49]] were described more frequently in correctional settings: “High syphilis prevalence and multiple sexual partnerships result in the potential for extensive syphilis transmission.
syphilis 12353 “High syphilis prevalence and multiple sexual partnerships result in the potential for extensive syphilis transmission. Condoms are not likely used” [[47]]. Some studies have identified factors pointing to
tuberculosis 14825 potential for the spread of respiratory and other infections including measles, rubella, chickenpox, tuberculosis and meningococcal disease. The transport system that supports a devolved correctional system, sets this

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