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Mobility evaluation by GPS tracking in a rural, low-income population in Cambodia

Abstract : Global Positioning System (GPS) technology is an effective tool for quantifying individuals’ mobility patterns and can be used to understand their influence on infectious disease transmission. In Cambodia, mobility measurements have been limited to questionnaires, which are of limited efficacy in rural environments. In this study, we used GPS tracking to measure the daily mobility of Cambodian forest goers, a population at high risk of malaria, and developed a workflow adapted to local constraints to produce an optimal dataset representative of the participants’ mobility. We provide a detailed assessment of the GPS tracking and analysis of the data, and highlight the associated difficulties to facilitate the implementation of similar studies in the future.
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Anaïs Pepey, Thomas Obadia, Saorin Kim, Siv Sovannaroth, Ivo Mueller, et al.. Mobility evaluation by GPS tracking in a rural, low-income population in Cambodia. PLoS ONE, Public Library of Science, 2022, 17 (5), pp.e0266460. ⟨10.1371/journal.pone.0266460⟩. ⟨pasteur-03669329⟩

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