Results from the Biosurveillance Technical Opportunity Prioritization Survey

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Reynolds, T., Storm, B., Fine, A., Burkom, H., Stout, T., & Del Rio Vilas, V. (2014). Results from the Biosurveillance Technical Opportunity Prioritization Survey. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 6(1).


To understand and set priorities for research and best practices in public health monitoring, a group of ISDS members has developed an online survey to gather input from the ISDS community on the current landscape and prioritization of select technical issues in the field of biosurveillance. Through analysis, the Survey will identify respondents' perceptions of opportunities in the area of analytical methodologies. Results, both frequencies of responses and prioritization, for all respondents and by strata depending on demographic variables, will be available during the presentation.
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