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1.

The evolution and expansion of regional disease surveillance networks and their role in mitigating the threat of infectious disease outbreaks.

Bond KC, Macfarlane SB, Burke C, Ungchusak K, Wibulpolprasert S.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19913. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

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Creating a global dialogue on infectious disease surveillance: connecting organizations for regional disease surveillance (CORDS).

Gresham LS, Smolinski MS, Suphanchaimat R, Kimball AM, Wibulpolprasert S.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19912. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

3.

Mekong Basin Disease Surveillance (MBDS): a trust-based network.

Phommasack B, Jiraphongsa C, Ko Oo M, Bond KC, Phaholyothin N, Suphanchaimat R, Ungchusak K, Macfarlane SB.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19944. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

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Regional initiatives in support of surveillance in East Africa: The East Africa Integrated Disease Surveillance Network (EAIDSNet) Experience.

Ope M, Sonoiya S, Kariuki J, Mboera LE, Gandham RN, Schneidman M, Kimura M.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19948. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

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Southeastern European Health Network (SEEHN) Communicable Diseases Surveillance: a decade of bridging trust and collaboration.

Bino S, Cavaljuga S, Kunchev A, Lausevic D, Kaic B, Pistol A, Kon P, Karadjovski Z, Georghita S, Cicevalieva S.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19950. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

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EpiSouth: a network for communicable disease control in the Mediterranean region and the Balkans.

Dente MG, Fabiani M, Gnesotto R, Putoto G, Montagna C, Simon-Soria F, Martin de Pando C, Barboza P, Ait-Belghiti F, Kojouharova M, Vladimirova N, Vorou R, Mellou K, Thinus G, Declich S; EpiSouth Network.

Euro Surveill. 2009 Feb 5;14(5). pii: 19113.

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[Emergent pathogens, international surveillance and international health regulations (2005)].

Formenty P, Roth C, Gonzalez-Martin F, Grein T, Ryan M, Drury P, Kindhauser MK, Rodier G.

Med Mal Infect. 2006 Jan;36(1):9-15. Epub 2005 Nov 23. Review. French.

PMID:
16309873
8.

The Southern African Centre for infectious disease surveillance: a one health consortium.

Rweyemamu MM, Mmbuji P, Karimuribo E, Paweska J, Kambarage D, Neves L, Kayembe JM, Mweene A, Matee M.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19958. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

9.

Global Health Security Demands a Strong International Health Regulations Treaty and Leadership From a Highly Resourced World Health Organization.

Burkle FM Jr.

Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2015 Oct;9(5):568-80. doi: 10.1017/dmp.2015.26. Epub 2015 Feb 18. Review.

PMID:
25690046
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A growing global network's role in outbreak response: AFHSC-GEIS 2008-2009.

Johns MC, Burke RL, Vest KG, Fukuda M, Pavlin JA, Shrestha SK, Schnabel DC, Tobias S, Tjaden JA, Montgomery JM, Faix DJ, Duffy MR, Cooper MJ, Sanchez JL, Blazes DL; AFHSC-GEIS Outbreak Response Writing Group, Wangchuk S, Dorji T, Gibbons R, Iamsirithaworn S, Richardson J, Buathong R, Jarman R, Yoon IK, Shakya G, Ofula V, Coldren R, Bulimo W, Sang R, Omariba D, Obura B, Mwala D, Kasper M, Brice G, Williams M, Yasuda C, Barthel RV, Pimentel G, Meyers C, Kammerer P, Baynes DE, Metzgar D, Hawksworth A, Blair P, Ellorin M, Coon R, Macintosh V, Burwell K, Macias E, Palys T, Jerke K.

BMC Public Health. 2011 Mar 4;11 Suppl 2:S3. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-S2-S3. Review.

11.

Regional infectious disease surveillance networks and their potential to facilitate the implementation of the international health regulations.

Kimball AM, Moore M, French HM, Arima Y, Ungchusak K, Wibulpolprasert S, Taylor T, Touch S, Leventhal A.

Med Clin North Am. 2008 Nov;92(6):1459-71, xii. doi: 10.1016/j.mcna.2008.06.001.

PMID:
19061762
12.

Enhanced surveillance for detection and management of infectious diseases: regional collaboration in the middle East.

Leventhal A, Ramlawi A, Belbiesi A, Sheikh S, Haddadin A, Husseini S, Abdeen Z, Cohen D.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19955. Epub 2013 Jan 25.

13.

Promising pathways for regional disease surveillance networks.

Moore M, Bond KC, Gresham L, Rweyemamu M, Chowdhury AM, Bino S.

Emerg Health Threats J. 2013;6. doi: 10.3402/ehtj.v6i0.19961. Epub 2013 Jan 25. No abstract available.

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ASM LabCap's contributions to disease surveillance and the International Health Regulations (2005).

Specter S, Schuermann L, Hakiruwizera C, Sow MS.

BMC Public Health. 2010 Dec 3;10 Suppl 1:S7. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-10-S1-S7.

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ProMED global monitoring of emerging diseases: design for a demonstration program.

Morse SS, Rosenberg BH, Woodall J.

Health Policy. 1996 Dec;38(3):135-53.

PMID:
10162418
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Global surveillance of emerging diseases: the ProMED-mail perspective.

Woodall JP.

Cad Saude Publica. 2001;17 Suppl:147-54. Erratum in: Cad Saude Publica 2001 Jul-Aug;17(4):1037.

18.

The global outbreak alert and response network.

Mackenzie JS, Drury P, Arthur RR, Ryan MJ, Grein T, Slattery R, Suri S, Domingo CT, Bejtullahu A.

Glob Public Health. 2014;9(9):1023-39. doi: 10.1080/17441692.2014.951870. Epub 2014 Sep 4.

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Global health security agenda and the international health regulations: moving forward.

Katz R, Sorrell EM, Kornblet SA, Fischer JE.

Biosecur Bioterror. 2014 Sep-Oct;12(5):231-8. doi: 10.1089/bsp.2014.0038.

PMID:
25254911
20.

Trends and directions of global public health surveillance.

Castillo-Salgado C.

Epidemiol Rev. 2010;32:93-109. doi: 10.1093/epirev/mxq008. Epub 2010 Jun 9. Review.

PMID:
20534776

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