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To determine if ticks on dogs can provide early warning for tick-borne diseases in people.

Content type: Abstract

The spatial scan statistic is the usual measure of strength of a cluster [1]. Another important measure is its geometric regularity [2]. A genetic multiobjective algorithm was developed elsewhere to identify irregularly shaped clusters [3]. A search is executed aiming to maximize two objectives... Read more

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In the event of a large-scale public health crisis, successfully detecting and assessing health threats and monitoring population health status over a sustained period of time is likely to require integration of information from multiple sources. In addition, this information must be shared at... Read more

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Transmission of infectious diseases became an immediate public health concern when approximately 27,000 New Orleans-area residents evacuated to Houston's Astrodome and Reliant Park Complex following Hurricane Katrina. This article presents a surveillance system that was rapidly developed and... Read more

Content type: Journal Article

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Wayne Loschen, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU-APL)

Karl Soetebier, MPW, Georgia Division of Public Health

Paul Picciano, PhD, Aprima Medical Software

Frank Hardisty, Pennsylvania State University

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Content type: Webinar

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Marc Paladini, MPH, U.S. Department of Transportation

Catherine Cairns

Julia Gunn, MPH, RN, Boston Public Health Commission

Francisco Averhoff, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Shuying Shen

Atar Baer, Public Health - Seattle and King... Read more

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On May 28th, 2009, the ISDS Research and Public Health Practice Committees hosted a joint panel with the goal of bringing current challenges faced by public health practitioners to the attention of the research community at large. Members of both Committees expressed concern that much current... Read more

Content type: Webinar

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