Journal of Water and Health, Volume 21, Issue 10, 1 October 2023


Water, sanitation and hygiene challenges of forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals in Rohingya camps in Bangladesh
Khusnur Jahan Shapna; Kamrul Hasan; Kazi Humayun Kabir; Jianfeng Li; Md. Lokman Hossain
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1385–1403.

Misjudging drinking water quality risk: Adopting a barrier approach for meaningful risk assessment to address latent risks
Richard Walker
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1404–1420.

Waterborne transmission of protozoan parasites: a review of worldwide outbreaks – an update 2017–2022
Pavlina Bourli; Aida Vafae Eslahi; Ourania Tzoraki; Panagiotis Karanis
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1421–1447.

lmplementation of a national regulatory framework for drinking water safety plans in Uruguay
Jose M. P. Vieira; Sandra Rodríguez; Paula Suarez; Ricardo Kramer
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1448–1459.

Identification of some microbial flora contained in slaughterhouse effluent and likely to be effective in its treatment by biological process
Esther Maurelle Ngouyamnsa Ghenmi; Djonga Weldi Gnowe; Eric Noubissie; Guy Bertrand Noumi; Ali Ahmed
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1460–1469.

Contamination, ecological, and human health risks of heavy metals in water from a Pb–Zn–F mining area, North Eastern Nigeria
Adeniyi JohnPaul Adewumi; Temitope Ayodeji Laniyan
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1470–1488.

Classification of bottled waters marketed and consumed in Algeria through statistical approaches
Khadidja Ketrouci; Mohammed Meddi; Naouel Bouregba; Imene Zatout; Asmae Rezki
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1489–1502.

Temporal and spatial variations of disinfection by-products in South Taihu’s drinking water, Zhejiang Province, China
Tao Liu; Min Zhang; Dong Wen; Yun Fu; Jianhua Yao; Guojian Shao; Zhang Peng
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1503–1517.

Genotypic detection of β-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli isolates obtained from Seven Crater Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines
Diana Rose D. Mamawal; Jonah David V. Calayo; Kherson P. Gandola; Mae Ashley G. Nacario; Mark Raymond A. Vejano; Laurice Beatrice Raphaelle O. dela Peña; Windell L. Rivera
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1518–1529.

Assessing water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practices and their association with diarrhoea in under-five children in urban Chandernagore: Community-based evidence from a small municipal corporation in Hooghly District of West Bengal, India
Sayantani Chatterjee; Debojyoti Majumder; M. N. Roy
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1530–1549.

Water quality monitoring in southern Brazil and the assessment of risk factors related to contamination by coliforms and Escherichia coli
Nathalia Geovana Nascimento Santos; Luana Carvalho Silva; Gustavo Henrique Migliorini Guidone; Victor Hugo Montini; Bruno Henrique Dias Oliva; Arthur Bossi Nascimento; Diana Nara Ribeiro de Sousa; Emília Kiyomi Kuroda; Sergio Paulo Dejato Rocha
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1550–1561.

When the implementation of water safety plans fail: rethinking the approach to water safety planning following a serious waterborne outbreak and implications for subsequent water sector reforms
Jim Graham; Kathryn Russell; Brent Gilpin
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1562–1571.

Isolation and genotyping of Acanthamoeba species and Vahlkampfiidae in the harsh environmental conditions in the centre of Iran
Azam Pourabbasi Ardekan; Maryam Niyyati; Reza Saberi; Leyli Zanjirani Farahani; Marziye Fatemi
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1572–1579.

Comparison of four commercial immunomagnetic separation kits for the detection of Cryptosporidium
Jeanne Claudeen Arona; Timothy J. Hall; Flyn Mckinnirey; Fei Deng
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1580–1590.

Efficacy of combined disinfection with a nitric oxide donor in controlling biofilm formation on the reverse osmosis water pathway for hemodialysis
Yoshihiro Tange; Ayane Murata; Shigenori Yoshitake
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1591–1599.

Effects of disinfection by-products in swimming pool environments on the immunological mechanisms of respiratory diseases
Bo-Ae Lee
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1600–1610.

First report of free-living amoebae in sewage treatment plants in Porto Alegre, southern Brazil
Thaisla Cristiane Borella da Silva; Daniel Leal dos Santos; Marilise Brittes Rott
J Water Health (2023) 21 (10): 1611–1624.

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