*  Max Essex
... and epidemiological monitoring. With collaborators, he discovered the first simian immunodeficiency virus, as well as HIV-2. ...
*  Public health surveillance
Therefore, it is more suitable for quality management and care improvement than for epidemiological monitoring of an entire ... A similar system, The New York City A1C Registry, is in used to monitor the estimated 600,000 diabetic patients in New York ... Many regions and countries have their own cancer registry, one function of which is to monitor the incidence of cancers to ... Syndromic surveillance systems monitor data from school absenteeism logs, emergency call systems, hospitals' over-the-counter ...
*  Health consequences of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
... health effects of previous oil spills and how they might apply to the Gulf spill and to coordinate epidemiological monitoring ... However, the review noted that "although the monitoring was extensive, no monitoring scheme could cover all potentially ...
*  Ministry of Health (Russia)
... epidemiological and environmental health monitoring and health statistics; control of infectious diseases; development of ...
*  Robert Koch Institute
"Journal of Health Monitoring", "Epidemiological Bulletin" and the "Bundesgesundheitsblatt" (co-publisher). The institute is ... in large monitoring studies, RKI monitors the health status of adults and children in Germany. RKI scientists regularly publish ... The institute is also in charge of health monitoring and health reporting in Gemany, covering non-communicable diseases: ... The Robert Koch Institute monitors public health. Its core tasks include the detection, prevention and combatting of infectious ...
*  Dipsalut
Provide epidemiological information and monitoring. Protect and promote public health. Prevent disease. Promote and protect ... Dipsalut considers health protection as a series of actions involving management, monitoring and control aimed at preserving ... This includes providing information, controlling, monitoring and maintaining the network of defibrillators. The maintenance ... monitoring and lifeguards on public beaches (Pt08), support for managing health risks in children's sandpits (Pt09), financial ...
*  B reader
Currently, "B" readers are involved with epidemiological evaluation, surveillance, and worker monitoring programs involving ... particularly regarding epidemiological research and compensation of coal miners. ...
*  Rocket net
Sometimes blood samples or cloacal or tracheal swabs are taken for epidemiological studies, such as government programs ... monitoring the incidence of avian influenza. All data are logged on field datasheets and later entered on a computer database. ...
*  Roy Bengis
... monitoring and control, epidemiological research, wildlife immobilisation, wildlife translocation risk assessment, and wildlife ...
*  Survival analysis
For example, in an epidemiological example, we may monitor a patient for an infectious disorder starting from the time when he ...
*  Disease surveillance
... is an epidemiological practice by which the spread of disease is monitored in order to establish patterns ... Regional and national governments typically monitor a larger set of (around 80 in the U.S.) communicable diseases that can ... ProMED-mail, the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases, is a program of the International Society for Infectious Diseases ... and upon national governments by the World Health Organization to monitor spread as a result of the transmission of infectious ...
*  2015-16 Zika virus epidemic
The same ovitraps will be used to monitor a potential Zika outbreak in tropical regions of Peru. On January 15, 2016, because ... "Données épidémiologiques" [Epidemiological data]. Zika (in French). Institut de Veille Sanitaire. October 20, 2016. "12 Zika ... March 24, 2016). "Zika virus in the Americas: Early epidemiological and genetic findings". Science. 352 (6283): 345-9. Bibcode: ... "Fourth case of Zika reported in Czech Republic". Prague Daily Monitor. March 24, 2016. " ...
*  Epidemiological method
The techniques for gathering and analyzing epidemiological data vary depending on the type of disease being monitored but each ... The events may be collected from varied methods of epidemiological study or from censuses or hospital records. The events can ... Test the hypothesis Because epidemiological studies can rarely be conducted in a laboratory the results are often polluted by ... Bradford-Hill Criteria are the current standards for epidemiological relationships. A relationship may fill all, some, or none ...
*  European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines
... and monitors practices in Europe and assesses epidemiological risks, in particular those related to the emergence of new ... The EDQM also collaborates with WHO in a number of other ways; for example, the EDQM establishes, monitors and distributes WHO ... Its fundamental aim is to protect public health by enabling the development, supporting the implementation, and monitoring the ...
*  Ministry of Healthcare (Ukraine)
Head of department Section of state policy in the sphere of reforms Section of monitoring, electronic systematization and ... information security State Nursing-Epidemiological Service State Service for Medications and Drugs Control State Service to ...
*  Mathematical modelling of infectious disease
STEM: Open source framework for Epidemiological Modeling available through the Eclipse Foundation. R package surveillance: ... Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Modeling and Monitoring of Epidemic Phenomena. ... spread and control of infection epidemiological networks spatial epidemiology persistence of pathogens within hosts intra-host ...
*  Monitoring the Future
The Monitoring the Future (MTF) study, also known as the National High School Senior Survey, is a long-term epidemiological ... Monitoring the Future ICPSR Data Series National Institute on Drug Abuse: "NIDA for Teens: Drug Facts".. ... Drugs in the United States Purpose and Design of Monitoring the Future Johnston, L. D., O'Malley, P. M., Bachman, J. G., & ... Schulenberg, J. E. (2011). Monitoring the Future national results on adolescent drug use: Overview of key findings, 2010. Ann ...
*  International Health Regulations
... in Geneva the sanitary epidemiological reconnaissance was suggested as well-tested means for enhancing the monitoring of ... The significance of the sanitary epidemiological reconnaissance is pointed out in assessing the sanitary-epidemiological ...
*  HIV/AIDS in South African townships
... to focus on AIDS from an epidemiological angle and an AIDS programme coordinator was appointed to Khayelitsha to monitor the ...
*  Marker vaccine
Apart from the obvious advantage of allowing continued serological monitoring of vaccinated individuals, cohorts or populations ... in epidemiological surveys in vaccinated populations. ... can be used to continuously monitor the efficacy and safety of ...
*  Disinfection by-product
... in the epidemiological studies since the number of DBPs in a water sample are high and exposure surrogates such as monitoring ... are comparatively much higher than those DBPs commonly monitored in the developed world (THMs and HAAs). Epidemiological ... means that in practice only a handful of DBPs are actually monitored. Increasingly it is recognized that the genotoxicities and ... a review and a discussion of its implications for exposure assessment in epidemiological studies". Journal of Exposure Analysis ...
*  Church Rock uranium mill spill
No ongoing epidemiological studies have been done at Church Rock. Studies have shown since the 1950s that the Navajo have had ... A few Navajo children were sent to Los Alamos to be checked for radiation exposure, but no long-term monitoring was undertaken ... An epidemiological study conducted by the NMEID in 1989 concluded that "the health risk to the public from eating exposed ... New Mexico ordered United Nuclear to monitor pools left behind by the spill along the Puerco River, but United Nuclear only ...
*  Major trauma
Where the woman is more than 23 weeks pregnant, it is recommended that the fetus be monitored for at least four hours by ... The data also may be used in epidemiological investigations and for research purposes. Approximately 2% of those who have ... and the Glasgow coma scale are used commonly to quantify injuries for the purpose of triaging and allow a system to monitor or ...
*  Sodium laureth sulfate
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends that these levels be monitored. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... classifies 1,4-dioxane as a probable human carcinogen (not observed in epidemiological studies of workers using the compound, ...
*  Responses to the West African Ebola virus epidemic
Brown, SSG Jason J. (October 17, 2014). "First 90 returnees enter controlled monitoring period after Ebola response". Devense ... the first time its space assets have been used in an epidemiological role. The World Bank Group has pledged US $230 million in ... "continue to monitor for reports of rumoured or suspected cases from countries around the world." Other than cases where ... 2014 through a digital disease detection software algorithm which monitors online news and social media. As the outbreak ...
*  Politicization of science
The explanation for these epidemiological findings is not known, but the parallelism between the DMBA-induced rat mammary ... the Christian Science Monitor reported that at least since 2003, and especially after Hurricane Katrina, the George W. Bush ...