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  • situational awareness, and

  • responsiveness to hazardous events and disease outbreaks.

NSSP CoP Call: Winter Surveillance

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During winter months, epidemiologists and data analysts use syndromic surveillance to identify trends in emergency department visits for hypothermia and frost bite, carbon monoxide exposures, respiratory-related syndromes, and seasonal injuries including slips and falls. Syndromic data informs emergency operations plans and guides public health messaging. This month, the NSSP Community of Practice (CoP) call will delve into the many ways in which syndromic data are used for winter surveillance.

Join us for the NSSP CoP call on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, from 3:00 to 4:30 PM ET NSSP Update explains how you can register for the CoP call series.

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