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In this 26 minute video, Eric Bakota offers an overview of a free statistical package, R, and an overview of commonly used tips and tricks shared in the surveillance community for analysis work in R.

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Overview of R and R Studio Introduction to the ‘Tidyverse’ concept (... Read more
Content type: Training

Syndromic surveillance systems have historically focused on aggregating data into syndromes for analysis and visualization. These syndromes provide users a way to quickly filter large amounts of data into a manageable number of streams to analyze. Additionally, ESSENCE users have the ability to... Read more

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Presented January 11, 2018.

The purpose of the event was to stimulate and facilitate constructive communication and collaboration among analytic method developers and practitioners charged with routine public health surveillance, ranging from disease outbreak surveillance to chronic... Read more

Content type: Webinar

A variety of government reports have cited challenges in coordinating national biosurveillance efforts at strategic and tactical levels. The General Accountability Office (GAO), an independent nonpartisan agency that investigates how the federal government funding and performs analysis at the... Read more

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The frequency of disease outbreaks varies as a result of complex biological processes. Analysis of these frequencies can reveal patterns that can serve as a basis for predictions.

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The goal of this study was to identify the periodicity of seven zooanthroponoses in humans... Read more

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One of the key questions in health economics is what is the direction of causality: does poverty cause poor health outcomes; does low education cause poor health outcomes; does poor health result in lack of productivity; does poor health cause poor educational and income outcomes; and how is... Read more

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National initiatives, such as Meaningful Use, are automating the detection and reporting of reportable disease events to public health, which has led to more complete, timely, and accurate public health surveillance data. However, electronic reporting has also lead to significant increases in... Read more

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Malaria is a preventable disease but 3.4 billion people at risk globally with 207 million cases and 627 deaths reported in 2013. Africa accounts for 80% of cases and 90% of all malaria deaths. Nigeria accounts for 25% of malaria burden in Africa. The goal of malaria control is to reduce malaria... Read more

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The Global Public Health Intelligence Network is a non-traditional all-hazards multilingual surveillance system introduced in 1997 by the Government of Canada in collaboration with the World Health Organization.1 GPHIN software collects news articles, media releases, and incident reports and... Read more

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Global targets for elimination of human rabies mediated by dogs have been set for 2030. In the Americas countries are progressing towards interruption of transmission and declaration of rabies freedom1. Guidance for managing elimination programmes to ensure continued progress during the endgame... Read more

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