Guidelines to Implement or Improve Syndromic Surveillance Systems

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Medina, S., Sala-Soler, M., Cooper, D., Kanieff, M., Caserio-Schonemann, C., Dupuy, C., Elliot, A., Smith, G., Hulth, A., Muller, L., Ziemann, A., & Fouillet, A. (2014). Guidelines to Implement or Improve Syndromic Surveillance Systems. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 6(1).


The Triple-S project (Syndromic Surveillance Survey, Assessment towards Guidelines for Europe) is a 3-year European project, which main objective is to produce guidelines for implementing or improving a syndromic surveillance (SyS) system in animal and human health. The major expectation was the guidelines to be user-friendly, practical and based on concrete examples of existing systems in Europe.
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