Where do you Find Interesting Biosurveillance Publications?

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Suda, K. J., Reynolds, T., Akkina, J., Halasz, S., & Burkom, H. (2015). Where do you Find Interesting Biosurveillance Publications?. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.5210/ojphi.v7i1.5831


Since 2012, the ISDS Research Committee (RC) has been using an updated literature search process to identify literature related to disease surveillance. These articles are primarily in the medical literature, but one-third are published in other disciplines. ISDS members may not have access to those articles published outside the health sciences, making the ISDS article repository a valuable resource for those conducting work in surveillance.

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