AbstractSince March 2007 the ISDS Research Committee (RC) has been identifying high-quality literature related to disease surveillance. These articles are made available to committee members and selected articles are discussed on bimonthly literature review calls. These calls have been a rich opportunity for participants to stay up-to-date on literature and collaborate with colleagues from diverse fields. However, the process for capturing relevant articles was not always the most efficient or inclusive. In response, ISDS RC has updated its Literature Review process, which has resulted in more articles being captured from a wider range of disciplines.
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