References Cited in 'Shelters: Difficult to Manage'

March PCT included 'Shelters: Difficult to Manage,' a chapter excerpt by Molly S. Wilson from the acclaimed bed bug reference book “Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs.” See references cited in that chapter.

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March 20, 2020

March PCT included 'Shelters: Difficult to Manage,' a chapter excerpt by Molly S. Wilson from the acclaimed bed bug reference book “Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs.”

Below are references cited in that chapter.

 
References:
 
Christie‐Smith, A. and Lassiter, A.D. (2012) A multidisciplinary approach toward successful bed bug elimination in a homeless domiciliary setting. American Journal of Infection Control, 40 (5), e111.
 
Doggett, S.L. (2013) A Code of Practice for the Control of Bed Bug Infestations in Australia, 4th edn, Department of Medical Entomology and The Australian Environmental Pest Managers Association, Sydney.
 
Fickle, V.J., Yang, P.J. and Olmsted, G.K. (2008) Examination of bed bug (Cimex lectularius Linnaeus) infestations on the island of Oahu, Hawai’i. Hawaii Journal of Public Health, 1 (1), 36–39.
 
Gangloff‐Kaufmann, J.L. and Pichler, C. (2008) Guidelines for Prevention and Management of Bed Bugs in Shelters and Group Living Facilities. New York State IPM Program, Cornell University Cooperative Extension, IPM No. 618.
 
Hale, A., Allen, J., Caughlan, J., et al. (2005) Bugs that bite: Helping homeless people and shelter staff cope.Healing Hands, 9 (1), 1–4.
 
Hersberger, J. (2003) A qualitative approach to examining information transfer via social networks among homeless populations. New Review of Information Behaviour Research, 4 (1), 95–108.
 
Hottel, B., Pereira, R. and Koehler, P. (2014) Helping those in need. Pest Control Technology, 42 (12), 92–94. Koehler, P.G. (2013) Practical research on bed bug inspection, detection, & monitoring. Speech presented at the Global Bed Bug Summit in Denver, Colorado, December 5, 2013.
 
Michigan Department of Community Health (2010) Getting the Bed Bugs Out: A Guide to Controlling Bed Bugs in Your Home, https://www.michigan.gov/documents/emergingdiseases/Getting_the_Bed_Bugs_Out_ Guide_442175_7.pdf (accessed 2 June 2016).
 
SAMHSA (2016) Homelessness and Housing. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, http://www.samhsa.gov/homelessness‐housing (accessed 18 May 2016).
 
Shum, M., Comack, E., Stuart, T., et al. (2012) Bed bugs and public health: new approaches for an old scourge. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 103 (6), e399–403.
 
Sompura, D. (2016) Report of the Fiscal 2017 Preliminary Budget and the Fiscal 2016 Preliminary Mayor’s Management Report. Department of Homeless Services, the Council of the City of New York. New York. 15 March 2016, http://council.nyc.gov/html/budget/2017/pre/071%20Department%20of%20Homeless%20Services.pdf (accessed 2 June 2016).
 
Stefanski, S. (2016) Homeless Shelter Spending Increased To Record High This Year, Yet Next Year Remains Underfunded. New York City Independent Budget Office, http://www.ibo.nyc.ny.us/iboreports/homeless‐shelter‐ spending‐increased‐to‐record‐hight‐this‐year‐yet‐next‐year‐reamins‐underfunded‐march‐2016.pdf          (accessed  4 April 2017).
 
Stennett, C.R., Weissenborn, M.R., Fisher, G.D. and Cook, R.L. (2012) Identifying an effective way to communicate with homeless populations. Public Health, 126 (1), 54–56.
 
Wright, J.D. (1990) Health care for homeless people: evidence from the national health care for the Homeless Program. In: Under the Safety Net (ed. P.W. Brickner et al.), WW Norton & Co., New York, pp. 15–31.