Reoccurring occasions with a possibility to bring about disease outbreak are still a continuous threat to worldwide health security. In many developing nations, public health professionals, as well as neighborhood health personnel, are supporting programmed and initiatives like polio eradication, eradication of guinea worm, trachoma management, incorporated neighborhood situation when managing, maternal and âpediatric health system, and timely response and warning to public overall health crisis situations. In certain places, structures aren't functional or continue to be being designed to identify, prevent and react to the public health functions.
Who Can Attend?
The program is designed for scientists, clinical officers, public health staff, and fitness professionals, epidemiologists, from private and public institutions that must enhance the skills of theirs on reporting and surveillance of public health associated âaffairs.
Participants are going to be trained on surveillance of both noninfectious and infectious illnesses, how disease gets notable, and how you can create and assess the surveillance system. This program will look at how GIS can be utilized to identify outbreaks of illness.
Topics Being Covered
Module one: Introduction to health condition surveillance
- Define public well-being surveillance and describe the components of its
- Identify various data sources for surveillance as well as checking health status for a given population
- Establish public health goals for a population
- Demonstrate an understanding of how to assess and boost surveillance systems
- Steps of an outbreak investigation
Module two: Introduction to the surveillance system
- Definition of Surveillance System
- Types of surveillance systems
- Steps as well as Functions of Surveillance Systems
Module three: Surveillance and outbreak investigation
- Introduction to GIS
- Infectious disease surveillance as well as GIS
- Outbreak searching as well as GIS
- GIS analysis and mapping techniques
Module four: Methods and sources of getting surveillance data
- Typical energy sources of data
- Analyzing as well as interpreting surveillance data
- Disseminating data
- Improving and evaluating surveillance
Module five: Reporting
- Reporting priority diseases
- When to report (thresholds)
- Evaluating reports