Surveillance Principles and Applications
Consists of three lectures by the The University of Minnesota School of public health.
Discussed the definition, parameters, attributes and types of surveillance with example of food borne disease surveillance.
Part 2: Outbreak Investigations
Principles, limitations, challenges, with examples of E-Coli 0157:H7 outbreak in community.
Application of surveillance, monitoring, and outbreak investigation for the assessment of food safety hazards
Topic: Public Health Burden of Foodborne Disease
Objectives: Evidence based literature review of diagnosis and management of cardiovascular diseases in women.
Author(s): Dr. Fred Angulo
Institute: US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Preparedness Center Training Site)
Date: July, 2006 Duration: 30 minutes Reqs: Flash plugin