Syndromic Surveillance Training Resources

The Syndromic Surveillance Training Resources document compiles resources and trainings that public health practitioners can utilize when learning about syndromic surveillance practice. See the document outline below.

August 21, 2020

ESSENCE Q&A v6.0

The NSSP Community of Practice hosted its 6th ESSENCE Q&A session on Monday, July 20, 2020. During the call, Aaron Kite-Powell (CDC) and Wayne Loschen (JHU-APL) provided NSSP-ESSENCE updates and answered the community's questions on ESSENCE functions and features.

View the webinar recording here or via the embedded video above.

July 21, 2020

West Virginia BioSense Training

Marcus Rennick, Epidemiologist with the Marion County Public Health Department (WV), provides an overview/training on the BioSense System.

 

Time Overview:

(45 minutes) Syndromic Surveillance and BioSense Overview

(90 minutes) Hands-on BioSense Tutorial

(20 minutes) Introduction and hands-on to other ways to access the data than just the front end application

(20 minutes) Resources and Community Support

May 16, 2019

The Effect of Training of School Physicians on Their Knowledge Regarding Surveillance in Alexandria

Schools inherently foster the transmission of infections from person to person because they are a group setting in which people are in close contact and share supplies and equipment. Surveillance is important in schools and actions that can help control the spread of infections are the key to effective disease control in the community [1]. School health physicians should play an important role in surveillance.

May 02, 2019

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Email: syndromic@cste.org

 

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