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This presentation given August 3, 2017 describes work toward applying machine learning methods to CDC’s autism surveillance program. CDC’s population-based autism surveillance is labor-intensive and costly, as it requires clinicians to manually review children’s medical and educational records... Read more

Content type: Webinar

This report, published January 27, 2017 by the Office of Epidemiology and Prevention Services with the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources, is an outbreak report developed in response to an opioid-related overdose incident that occured in Huntington, West Virginia on August... Read more

Content type: Report

This is the third installment of the ISDS Opioid Surveillance Webinar Series, held on July 27, 2017. Click here for Part 1 of the Opioid Surveillance Webinar Series and here for Part 2.

 

Presentation 1: The goal of this ongoing collaboration is to work together to develop... Read more

Content type: Webinar

Eighteen states have adopted Limited Access Marijuana Product Laws permitting only low (or zero) Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and high Cannabidiol (CBD) products to treat several, often specified conditions, usually uncontrolled epilepsy disorders. THC is the psychoactive substance in marijuana... Read more

Content type: References

This resource, developed by the Network for Public Health Law and released on July 17, 2017, provides a brief overview of jurisdictions with statutory and regulatory provisions legalizing medical marijuana use. The survey compiles key information concerning legal provisions for medical marijuana... Read more

Content type: References

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Syndromic surveillance has expanded since 2001 in both scope and geographic reach and has benefited from research studies adapted from numerous disciplines. The practice of syndromic surveillance continues to evolve rapidly. The International Society for Disease Surveillance... Read more

Content type: Journal Article

Adverse health effects related to climate change are currently being seen, and these adverse outcomes are likely to increase in the future. Syndromic surveillance systems can provide near-real time information which may be used for situational awareness as communities react to these adverse... Read more

Content type: Webinar

This is the second installment of the ISDS Opioid Surveillance Webinar Series, June - July, 2017. Click here for Part 1 of the Opioid Surveillance Webinar Series and here for Part 3.

 

The presentation will address the unique challenges of surveillance or prescription... Read more

Content type: Webinar

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Reliable methods are needed to monitor the public health impact of changing laws and perceptions about marijuana. Structured and free-text emergency department (ED) visit data offer an opportunity to monitor the impact of these changes in near-real time. Our... Read more

Content type: Journal Article

The NSSP Support Team will present an overview on the plans for a future Master Facility Table user interface (UI) designed to replace the current excel-spreadsheet update process. The presentation will feature mock-ups of the UI screens, descriptions of the proposed functionality, and allow... Read more

Content type: Webinar

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