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    Author(s)BLAZES D L
    PublisherTaylor and Francis
    Publish YearFebruary 2016


    Taylor and Francis Disease Surveillance Technological Contributions To Global Health Security by BLAZES D L

    Disease Surveillance: Technological Contributions to Global Health Securityreminds us of the continued vulnerability of the world to contagious infections. The book presents examples of disease surveillance systems and evaluates promising advances as well as opportunities for new systems. It also explains how newer technologies can allow countries to comply with the International Health Regulations established by the World Health Organization. The book covers various topics including international health regulations policy, challenges surrounding system deployment and implementation, data visualization techniques, the strengths and weaknesses of open source software, and legal considerations surrounding such software. This book will show you how new reporting requirements, combined with new technologies, big data sources, and sophisticated analytic approaches now enable the public health community to identify potential outbreaks and initiate a response earlier than at any other time in history. Key Features • Examines disease surveillance systems from mobile resources to open source systems and security implications • Details how to balance local and global priorities, especially in resource-limited environments • Provides a practical roadmap to implement a disease surveillance system anywhere • Describes how newer technologies may allow all countries to reach compliance with The World Health Organization’s International Health Regulations (IHR) on disease surveillance • Features chapters written by international experts and key opinion leaders Table of Contents DISEASE SURVEILLANCE CONCEPTS Introduction to Electronic Disease Surveillance David L. Blazes and Sheri H. Lewis International Health Regulations: Policy Rebecca Katz, Sarah Kornblet, Erin M. Sorrell, Claire Standley, and Julie Fischer Public Health Surveillance System Considerations Carmen C. Mundaca-Shah, John Mark Velasco, and Julie A. Pavlin Surveillance Challenges in Resource-Limited Settings Karen Saylors The Role and Functional Components of Statistical Alerting Methods for Biosurveillance Howard S. Burkom Effective Public Health Data Visualization Neil F. Abernethy and Lauren N. Carroll DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PRACTICE The International Health Regulations in Practice: Surveillance and a Global Community Seeking Health Security David Brett-Major and Dennis Faix Possible Solutions for Sustainable Surveillance Systems Christopher L. Perdue mHealth and Its Role in Disease Surveillance Lavanya Vasudevan, Soma Ghoshal, and Alain B. Labrique Global Health and Open Source Software (OSS): An Example of Legal Considerations Impacting Technology and Global Health Policy Implementation Erin N. Hahn The Role of Mass Gathering Surveillance Shraddha Patel Promising Advances in Surveillance Technology for Global Health Security Sheri H. Lewis, Howard S. Burkom, Steve Babin, and David L. Blazes