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Ever wonder what syndromic surveillance is? How it is applied? This introduction to syndromic surveillance answers your questions and gives you a foundation for understanding how surveillance is used by public health professionals to understand health threats.


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The Norwegian Centre for Telemedicine plans to establish a peer-to-peer symptom based surveillance network between all General Practitioners (GPs), laboratories, accident and emergency units, and other relevant health providers in Northern Norway. This paper describes some initial results from a... Read more

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This paper describes the new real time surveillance system, which has been installed within the French Forces in French Guiana.

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This paper describes a flexible modeling and simulation process that can create realistic, virtual syn-dromic data for exercising electronic biosurveillance systems.

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The project has fund donated by World Bank under joint management of WHO and Ministry of Health of P.R.China , The target was try to build up a syndromic surveillance system in Beijing.

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We present T-Cube, a new tool for very fast retrieval and analysis of time series data. Using a novel

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Free text chief complaints (CCs), which may be recorded in different languages, are an important data source for syndromic surveillance systems. For automated syndromic surveillance, CCs must be classified into predefined syndromic categories to facilitate subsequent data aggregation and... Read more

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Temporal anomaly detection is a key component of real time surveillance. Today, despite the abundance of temporal information on multiple syndromes, multivariate investigation of temporal anomalies remains under-explored. Traditionally, an outbreak is thought of as disease localization in time.... Read more

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The North Carolina Bioterrorism and Emerging Infection Prevention System (NC BEIPS) serves public health users across North Carolina at the local, regional and state levels, providing syndromic surveillance capabilities.  At the state level, our primary users are in the General Communicable... Read more

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To develop a procedure that identifies product categories with superior outbreak detection performance.

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