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|Title:||Landscape of international event-based biosurveillance|
|Authors:||HARTLEY David; NELSON Noele; WALTERS R.; ARTHUR Ray; YANGARBER Roman; MADOFF Larry; LINGE Jens; MAWUDEKU Abla; COLLIER Nigel; BROWNSTEIN John; THINUS Germain; LIGHTFOOT Nigel|
|Citation:||Emerging Health Threats Journal vol. 3 p. 1752-8550|
|Publisher:||Emerging Health Threats Forum|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Event-based biosurveillance is a scientific discipline in which diverse sources of data, many of which are available from the Internet, are characterized prospectively to provide information on infectious disease events. Biosurveillance complements traditional public health surveillance to provide both early warning of infectious disease events and situational awareness. The Global Health Security Action Group of the Global Health Security Initiative is developing a biosurveillance capability that integrates and leverages component systems from member nations. This work discusses these biosurveillance systems and identifies needed future studies.|
|JRC Institute:||Space, Security and Migration|
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