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Syndromic surveillance; reports from a national conference, 2004
  • Published Date:
    August 26, 2005
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Syndromic surveillance; reports from a national conference, 2004
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; Alfred P. Sloan Foundation ; ... More ▼
  • Conference Authors:
    Syndromic Surveillance Conference (3rd : 2004 : Boston, MA)
  • Pubmed ID:
    16200681
  • Description:
    Overview, Policy, and Systems -- Federal Role in Early Detection Preparedness Systems -- BioSense: Implementation of a National Early Event Detection and Situational Awareness System -- Guidelines for Constructing a Statewide Hospital Syndromic Surveillance Network -- -- Data Sources -- Implementation of Laboratory Order Data in BioSense Early Event Detection and Situation Awareness System -- Use of Medicaid Prescription Data for Syndromic Surveillance ? New York -- Poison Control Center?Based Syndromic Surveillance for Foodborne Illness -- Monitoring Over-The-Counter Medication Sales for Early Detection of Disease Outbreaks ? New York City -- Experimental Surveillance Using Data on Sales of Over-the-Counter Medications ? Japan, November 2003?April 2004 -- -- Analytic Methods -- Public Health Monitoring Tools for Multiple Data Streams -- Use of Multiple Data Streams to Conduct Bayesian Biologic Surveillance -- Space-Time Clusters with Flexible Shapes -- INFERNO: A System for Early Outbreak Detection and Signature Forecasting -- High-Fidelity Injection Detectability Experiments: a Tool for Evaluating Syndromic Surveillance Systems -- Linked Analysis for Definition of Nurse Advice Line Syndrome Groups, and Comparison to Encounters -- -- Simulation and Other Evaluation Approaches -- Simulation for Assessing Statistical Methods of Biologic Terrorism Surveillance -- An Evaluation Model for Syndromic Surveillance: Assessing the Performance of a Temporal Algorithm -- Evaluation of Syndromic Surveillance Based on National Health Service Direct Derived Data ? England and Wales -- Initial Evaluation of the Early Aberration Reporting System ? Florida -- -- Practice and Experience -- Deciphering Data Anomalies in BioSense -- Syndromic Surveillance on the Epidemiologist?s Desktop: Making Sense of Much Data -- Connecting Health Departments and Providers: Syndromic Surveillance?s Last Mile -- Comparison of Syndromic Surveillance and a Sentinel Provider System in Detecting an Influenza Outbreak ? Denver, Colorado, 2003 -- Ambulatory-Care Diagnoses as Potential Indicators of Outbreaks of Gastrointestinal Illness ? Minnesota -- Emergency Department Visits for Concern Regarding Anthrax ? New Jersey, 2001 -- Hospital Admissions Syndromic Surveillance ? Connecticut, October 2001?June 2004 -- Three Years of Emergency Department Gastrointestinal Syndromic Surveillance in New York City: What Have we Found?

    Papers from the third annual Syndromic Surveillance Conference sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Tufts Health Care Institute, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, held Nov. 3-4, 2004 in Boston, MA.

    "Public health surveillance continues to broaden in scope and intensity. Public health professionals responsible for conducting such surveillance must keep pace with evolving methodologies, models, business rules, policies, roles, and procedures. The third annual Syndromic Surveillance Conference was held in Boston, Massachusetts, during November 3-4, 2004. The conference was attended by 440 persons representing the public health, academic, and private-sector communities from 10 countries and provided a forum for scientific discourse and interaction regarding multiple aspects of public health surveillance." - p. 3

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