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2021 MEETINGS

July 2021 - No call this month 

June 2021 (The Give: Overdose Outbreak Response in Michigan) - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

May 2021 (The Give: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Emergency Department Visits) - Recording, Agenda

April 2021 (The... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

 

2021 MEETINGS

July 2021 (Topic: The Possibilities of Data Sharing) - Recording

June 2021 (Topic: The Real Water Public Health Investigation) - Recording

May 2021 (Topic: Mental Health Awareness Month) - Recording, Slides

April 2021 (Topic: What's New in the... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

Background: Provides a definition of eradication and of the disease: that it affects mostly children, results in paralysis in some cases and is preventable through vaccination. 

The disease is nearly eradicated, but remains in three countries, which reported 22 cases in 2017. Eradication... Read more

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Defines the current state of impact of malaria. positioning the disease as leading cause of death by disease worldwide. In last 12 years, seven million lives have been saved with a reduction of 60% in fatalities. 

The presentation draws parallels between malaria and polio eradication and... Read more

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Presentation identifies the Odisha State in eastern coastal India as a region in the country and world with exceptionally high rates of malaria infection. Odisha, which represents 3% of India’s population was reporting 40% of the nation’s malaria case. The interventions in this state are... Read more

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PHIN-MS can send and receive data securely and automatically. It is used by many hospitals in the state(s) to send data to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC) for both our National Electronic Disease Surveillance System and our South Carolina Early... Read more

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Sequence-informed surveillance is now recognized as an important extension to the monitoring of rapidly evolving pathogens [2]. This includes phylogeography, a field that studies the geographical lineages of species including viruses [3] by using sequence data (and relevant metadata such as... Read more

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Little was known about the maternal and fetal/infant effects of Zika infection before the 2015 outbreak in the Americas, which made it challenging for public health practitioners and clinicians to care for pregnant women and infants exposed to Zika. In 2016, CDC implemented a rapid surveillance... Read more

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The National Syndromic Surveillance Program's (NSSP) instance of ESSENCE* in the BioSense Platform generates about 35,000 statistical alerts each week. Local ESSENCE instances can generate as many as 5,000 statistical alerts each week. While some states have well-coordinated processes for... Read more

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The main reservoir of intestinal viruses in the environment is human feces and contaminated wastewater. Sewage contamination preconditions further contamination of surface water serving as a source of water supply [2,7,8]. High resistance to physical and biological exposures ensures long-term... Read more

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