A Primer for understanding the principles and practices of disaster surveillance in the United States
Description:The audience for this primer is public health departments at state, local, tribal, and territorial levels. This document outlines how health departments can approach public health surveillance during a disaster and reviews principles and practices of disaster surveillance. It provides key concepts and challenges to consider when conducting disaster surveillance, but does not give step-by-step guidance.
The principles and practices described in this document can be useful for developing surveillance systems for disasters if existing systems do not exist, or for leveraging or modifying existing systems for disaster situations.
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