Epidemiology and Surveillance

Epidemiologic surveillance is the continuous systematic collection, recording, study, analysis, and dissemination of data reflecting the current public health status of society. The scope of epidemiologic surveillance has derived from primary focus on infectious disease monitoring and intervention to a more scope that includes injuries, environmental exposures, and social factors that influence health status.

Surveillance is a tool used to study epidemics and public health emergencies. This process includes: suspicion of an infectious disease, confirmation of disease, disease reporting, case investigation, prevention and control to limit the spread of disease, and feedback to educate health practitioners and healthcare providers about the epidemiologic characteristics of disease and its burden in the population. Provide electronic surveillance of communicable disease

 

  • Epidemiology and Active surveillance
  • Epidemiology and Sentinel surveillance

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