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1949 1
1964 1
1965 11
1966 57
1967 80
1968 97
1969 122
1970 115
1971 138
1972 125
1973 140
1974 118
1975 83
1976 111
1977 78
1978 114
1979 110
1980 97
1981 98
1982 95
1983 105
1984 87
1985 131
1986 142
1987 206
1988 343
1989 378
1990 430
1991 535
1992 691
1993 925
1994 1374
1995 1165
1996 1231
1997 1265
1998 1468
1999 1842
2000 2034
2001 1952
2002 1820
2003 2089
2004 2277
2005 2416
2006 2818
2007 3078
2008 2997
2009 2987
2010 3218
2011 3335
2012 3623
2013 3716
2014 3814
2015 3741
2016 3608
2017 3545
2018 3227
2019 1476
2020 14
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Evaluating Behavioral Health Surveillance Systems.
Azofeifa A, et al. Prev Chronic Dis 2018. PMID 29752804 Free PMC article.
To address this gap in behavioral health surveillance, we present a revised framework for evaluating behavioral health surveillance systems. This system framework builds on published frameworks and incorporates additional attributes (informatics capabilities and population coverage) that we deemed necessary for evaluating behavioral health-related surveillance. ...
To address this gap in behavioral health surveillance, we present a revised framework for evaluating behavioral health surveillanc
Individuals on alert: digital epidemiology and the individualization of surveillance.
Samerski S. Life Sci Soc Policy 2018. PMID 29900518 Free PMC article.
In the age of Big Data and Quantified Self, the conceptual and practical distinctions between individual and population body, personal and public health, surveillance and health care are diminishing. Expanding on Armstrong's concept of "surveillance medicine" to "quantified self medicine" and drawing on my own research on the symbolic power of statistical constructs in medical encounters, this article explores the impact of digital health surveillance on people's perceptions, actions and subjectivities. ...
In the age of Big Data and Quantified Self, the conceptual and practical distinctions between individual and population body, persona …
Antibiotic resistance in Vietnam: moving towards a One Health surveillance system.
Bordier M, et al. BMC Public Health 2018. PMID 30249210 Free PMC article.
To comply with these international recommendations, the Vietnamese government has issued an inter-ministerial surveillance strategy for antibiotic resistance, including an integrated surveillance system. ...RESULTS: The mapping of the surveillance system, as well as the characterisation of key stakeholders according to organisational and functional attributes, underlined that inter-sectoral surveillance initiatives do exist, but that the organisation of the national surveillance system remains highly silo-oriented. ...
To comply with these international recommendations, the Vietnamese government has issued an inter-ministerial surveillance strategy f …
Measuring cancer in indigenous populations
Sarfati D, et al. Ann Epidemiol 2018. PMID 29503062
Population-level cancer surveillance provides data to set priorities, inform policies, and monitor progress over time. Measuring the cancer burden of vulnerable subpopulations, particularly indigenous peoples, is problematic. ...This commentary describes key issues relating to cancer surveillance among indigenous populations including 1) suboptimal identification of indigenous populations, 2) numerator-denominator bias, 3) problems with data linkage in survival analysis, and 4) statistical analytic considerations. ...
Population-level cancer surveillance provides data to set priorities, inform policies, and monitor progress over time. Measuri
Animal Health Surveillance.
Alexander I and Kloeze H. Can Vet J 2017. PMID 28966349 Free PMC article.
Health protection in Brazil: the National Sanitary Surveillance System.
Seta MH, et al. Cien Saude Colet 2017. PMID 29069179 Portuguese, English. Free article.
This essay presents the singular arrangement named Health Surveillance in Brazil and the specificities of its components: public Health Surveillance, Worker's Surveillance, Environmental Surveillance, Sanitary Surveillance, as well as the constitutional determination to carry out the actions of sanitary and epidemiological surveillance and Worker's Surveillance. The two national systems of protection and promote health are also presented - National Public Health Surveillance System and National Sanitary Surveillance System, with an emphasis on the regulatory issues in health made by the latter and some constraints to its action by the Legislative Branch. ...
This essay presents the singular arrangement named Health Surveillance in Brazil and the specificities of its components: public Heal …
A Practitioner-Driven Research Agenda for Syndromic Surveillance.
Hopkins RS, et al. Public Health Rep 2017. PMID 28692395 Free PMC article.
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 solicited input from its global surveillance network on key research questions, with the goal of improving syndromic surveillance practice. ...
Syndromic surveillance has expanded since 2001 in both scope and geographic reach and has benefited from research studies adapted fro …
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