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PLEASE NOTE: No CE but a certificate is available upon completion of requirements.
This recorded training will provide a brief overview of how public health surveillance systems work, what qualities make a surveillance system effective, why these systems are important, and what methodologies are used for evaluation.
Originally presented on September 22, 2022.
Public health practitioners working in infectious disease, emergency preparedness, and response
- Define public health surveillance
- Identify the three characteristics of an effective public health surveillance system
- Explain the process for evaluating surveillance systems
Kahler Stone, DrPH, MPH, Assistant Professor, Middle Tennessee State University
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