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Syndromic Surveillances based on the Emergency Department

Other Title
응급실 증후군 감시체계의 운영 현황과 활성화 방안
Authors
조, 준필; 민, 영기; 최, 상천
Citation
The Korean journal of preventive medicine, 41(4):219-224, 2008
Journal Title
The Korean journal of preventive medicine; Yebang Ŭihakhoe chi; 예방의학회지
ISSN
0254-5985
Abstract
Due to heightened concerns regarding possible bioterrorist attacks, the Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention introduced syndromic surveillance systems, which have been run by emergency departments in hospitals throughout Korea since 2002. These systems are designed to identify illness clusters before diagnoses are confirmed and reported to public health agencies, to mobilize a rapid response, and thereby to reduce morbidity and mortality. The Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention performed drop-in syndromic surveillance successfully during the World Cup Football Games in 2002, the Universiad games in 2004, and the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in 2005. In addition, sustainable syndromic surveillance system involving the collaborative efforts of 125 sentinel hospitals has been in operation nationwide since 2002.

Because active data collection can bias decisions a physician makes, there is a need to generate an automatic and passive data collection system. Therefore, the Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention plans to establish computerized automatic data collection systems in the near future. These systems will be used not only for the early detection of bioterrorism but also for more effective public health responses to disease.
Keywords
SyndromeSurveillanceBioterrorismPublichealth
DOI
10.3961/jpmph.2008.41.4.219
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Emergency Medicine
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조, 준필민, 영기
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