Dr. Joseph  Simons  Phd image

Dr. Joseph Simons Phd

Usag Bamberg, Unit 27535 Box 23337
Bamberg BAYERN 09139
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
Participates In eRX: No
Participates In PQRS: No
Participates In EHR: No
License #: 744
NPI: 1912916016
Taxonomy Codes:

Request Appointment Information

Awards & Recognitions

About Us

Practice Philosophy


Medical Malpractice Cases

None Found

Medical Board Sanctions

None Found


None Found


Leveraging social networking sites for disease surveillance and public sensing: the case of the 2013 avian influenza A(H7N9) outbreak in China. - Western Pacific surveillance and response journal : WPSAR
We conducted in-depth analysis on the use of a popular Chinese social networking and microblogging site, Sina Weibo, to monitor an avian influenza A(H7N9) outbreak in China and to assess the value of social networking sites in the surveillance of disease outbreaks that occur overseas. Two data sets were employed for our analysis: a line listing of confirmed cases obtained from conventional public health information channels and case information from Weibo posts. Our findings showed that the level of activity on Weibo corresponded with the number of new cases reported. In addition, the reporting of new cases on Weibo was significantly faster than those of conventional reporting sites and non-local news media. A qualitative review of the functions of Weibo also revealed that Weibo enabled timely monitoring of other outbreak-relevant information, provided access to additional crowd-sourced epidemiological information and was leveraged by the local government as an interactive platform for risk communication and monitoring public sentiment on the policy response. Our analysis demonstrated the potential for social networking sites to be used by public health agencies to enhance traditional communicable disease surveillance systems for the global surveillance of overseas public health threats. Social networking sites also can be used by governments for calibration of response policies and measures and for risk communication.
Age-moderated effects of consequence and intent information on punishment: an intuitive prosecutorial interpretation. - The Journal of genetic psychology
In responding to wrongdoings, people simultaneously pursue the goals of social control and fairness to the wrongdoer. Social control necessitates stronger weighting of consequences than causes; fairness entails the opposite. The authors hypothesized that the developmental shift from overweighting consequence to overweighting intent when determining levels of punishment illustrates a shift from a default defender of the normative order to a motivated crusader of fairness to the wrongdoer. Thus, punishment should increase slightly for intentional wrongdoings but decrease substantially for accidental wrongdoings as people age. In an experiment on disciplinary action in Singapore, 9-, 13-, and 17-year-olds learned about the consequences of and intentions behind wrongdoings by peers and predicted consistency of the same act in the future, assigned blame to the wrongdoers, and recommended punishment for them. Results supported hypotheses derived from a fair-but-biased-yet-correctible model of intuitive prosecutors.

Map & Directions

Usag Bamberg, Unit 27535 Box 23337 Bamberg, BAYERN 09139
View Directions In Google Maps

Nearby Doctors

Cmr 459 Box 2403
Apo, AE 09139
314 697-7775
Unit 26610 Wuerzburg Dental Activity Credentials Office
Apo Ae, NY 09139
931 043-3933
Usahc-Bamberg Specialty Care Cmr 459
Apo, AE 09139
Usahc Bamberg Unit 27528, Box 34
Apo, AE 09139
Usahc Bamberg Unit 27528
Apo, AE 09139
049 697-7896
Bamberg Dental Clinic
Apo, AE 09139
Cmr 459, Box 04102 Usahc-Bamberg
Apo, AE 09139