NSSP-Related Articles and More

CDC staff working with NSSP data publish articles and contribute to work that is useful to the research community and to public health education. Some of those publications are listed below. Names of authors affiliated with CDC’s Division of Health Informatics and Surveillance at the time of publication are boldfaced.

MMWR

2021
2020
2018

Journals

2021
2020
2019
2017

Public Health Reportsexternal icon—Focus on Syndromic Surveillance
Guest Editors: Paula W. Yoon, Amy I. Isling, Julia E. Gunn
This supplemental issue of Public Health Reports contains 18 articles that describe the use of syndromic surveillance for event identification, situational awareness, and enhanced response to diseases, conditions, and activities that affect population health.

Using Syndromic Surveillance for All-Hazards Public Health Surveillance: Successes, Challenges, and the Future
2016

Book Chapters

2020

Hopkins R, Kite-Powell A. Chapter 2.8, Monitoring disease and risk factors: surveillance. In: Kawachi I, Lang I, Ricciardi W, editors. Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practiceexternal icon. 4th ed. New York: Oxford University Press; 2020.

Coletta MA, Ising A. Chapter 16, Syndromic Surveillance: A Practical Application of Informatics. In: Magnuson JA, Dixon BE, editors. Public Health Informatics and Information Systems. 3rd ed. Switzerland: Springer Press; 2020.

Yoon P, Pollock D, Foldy S. Chapter 24, National Public Health Informatics, United States. In: Magnuson JA, Dixon BE, editors. Public Health Informatics and Information Systems. 3rd ed. Switzerland: Springer Press; 2020.

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