Open Access Publishing
The RSTMH is committed to supporting research and health professionals across the world. Both Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene and International Health provide options to publish Open Access enabling the dissemination of research to a wide readership.
We welcome both green and gold Open Access publishing. You can find more information out about Open Access publishing here.
Explore a selection of our Open Access papers from across Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene below.
An innovative ecohealth intervention for Chagas disease vector control in Yucatan, Mexico
By Etienne Waleckx, Javier Camara-Mejia, Maria Jesus Ramirez-Sierra, Vladimir Cruz-Chan, Miguel Rosado-Vallado, Santos Vazquez-Narvaez, Rosario Najera-Vazquez, Sébastien Gourbière, and Eric Dumonteil
The global distribution of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever
By Jane P. Messina, David M. Pigott, Nick Golding, Kirsten A. Duda, John S. Brownstein, Daniel J. Weiss, Harry Gibson, Timothy P. Robinson, Marius Gilbert, G. R. William Wint, Patricia A. Nuttall, Peter W. Gething, Monica F. Myers, Dylan B. George, and Simon I. Hay
Development of a community-based intervention for the control of Chagas disease based on peridomestic animal management: an eco-bio-social perspective
By Sandra M. De Urioste-Stone, Pamela M. Pennington, Elizabeth Pellecer, Teresa M. Aguilar, Gabriela Samayoa, Hugo D. Perdomo, Hugo Enríquez and José G. Juárez
Mapping the zoonotic niche of Marburg virus disease in Africa
By David M. Pigott, Nick Golding, Adrian Mylne, Zhi Huang, Daniel J. Weiss, Oliver J. Brady, Moritz U. G. Kraemer, and Simon I. Hay
Entomological impact and social participation in dengue control: a cluster randomized trial in Fortaleza, Brazil
By Andrea Caprara, José Wellington De Oliveira Lima, Ana Carolina Rocha Peixoto, Cyntia Monteiro Vasconcelos Motta, Joana Mary Soares Nobre, Johannes Sommerfeld, and Axel Kroeger
Innovative community-based vector control interventions for improved dengue and Chagas disease prevention in Latin America: introduction to the special issue
By Johannes Sommerfeld and Axel Kroeger
Mapping the zoonotic niche of Lassa fever in Africa
By Adrian Q. N. Mylne, David M. Pigott, Joshua Longbottom, Freya Shearer, Kirsten A. Duda, Jane P. Messina, Daniel J. Weiss, Catherine L. Moyes, Nick Golding, and Simon I. Hay
Vectorial capacity and vector control: reconsidering sensitivity to parameters for malaria elimination
By Oliver J. Brady, H. Charles J. Godfray, Andrew J. Tatem, Peter W. Gething, Justin M. Cohen, F. Ellis McKenzie, T. Alex Perkins, Robert C. Reiner Jr., Lucy S. Tusting, Marianne E. Sinka, Catherine L. Moyes, Philip A. Eckhoff, Thomas W. Scott, Steven W. Lindsay, Simon I. Hay, and David L. Smith
The bacterial aetiology of adult community-acquired pneumonia in Asia: a systematic review
By Leon Peto, Behzad Nadjm, Peter Horby, Ta Thi Dieu Ngan, Rogier van Doorn, Nguyen Van Kinh, and Heiman F. L. Wertheim
Eco-bio-social research on community-based approaches for Chagas disease vector control in Latin America
By Ricardo E. Gürtler and Zaida E. Yadon