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Training Curriculum for Event-based Surveillance in Health Facilities and Communities
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Training Curriculum for Event-based Surveillance in Health Facilities and Communities
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    Event-based surveillance is the organized collection, monitoring, assessment, and interpretation of mainly unstructured ad hoc information regarding health events that may represent an acute public health risk. Event-based surveillance is an essential component of early warning within public health surveillance systems and can expedite the detection and notification of health events. The Training Curriculum for Event-Based Surveillance in Health Facilities and Communities offers guidance and instructions to public health practitioners to facilitate training for event-based surveillance implementation in health facilities and communities within a country. This curriculum focuses on training relevant public health practitioners at the intermediate administrative level, in health facilities, and communities. Additionally, it provides trainers with guidance on how best to facilitate training and to mentor those who have been trained, as well as training evaluation tools, to ensure that the knowledge and skills required for event-based surveillance are transferred sustainably.
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