|Jamie Bartram, PhD|
|Don and Jennifer Holzworth Distinguished Professor
Environmental Sciences and Engineering
Jamie Bartram's website
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1996||University of Surrey||PhD, Environmental and Public Health|
|1985||University of Surrey||BSc, Microbiology|
|ENVR 471||WaSH and Global Health|
My research interests focus on the connections between water (including sanitation and hygiene) and health - especially the links between science, policy and practice, in both developing and developed countries. They include technologies for urban sanitation renewal; management systems for drinking-water safety and rural drinking-water supply; emerging issues (including water scarcity and climate change) and their impacts on system sustainability; health system activities on water and sanitation; and sector capacity issues such as monitoring, the costs and impacts of interventions and effective regulation and financing.
Director, Water Instute at UNC
|Bartram J and Cairncross S (2010)|
Hygiene, sanitation and water: forgotten foundations of health (Paper 1 in PLoS-Medicine Water and Sanitation Series)..
PLoS Med 7(11): 1000367.doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1000367.
|Bartram J (2008)|
Improving on haves and have nots.
Nature: vol.452, p.283-284.
|Hutton G and Bartram J (2008)|
Global Costs of Attaining the Millennium Development Goal for Water Supply and Sanitation.
Bull WHO: vol.86, p.13-19.
|Bartram J, Lenton R and Wright A (2005)|
Focusing on improved water and sanitation for health.
Lancet: vol.365, p.810-812.
|Pruess A, Kay D Fewtrell L, and Bartram J (2002)|
Estimating the Burden of Disease from Water, Sanitation and Hygiene at a Global Level.
Environmental Health Perspectives: vol.110, p.537-542.