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the act of carefully watching

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close observation of a person or group (usually by the police)

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The federal government's notifiable disease database from 1990 to 2002 is a compilation of selected information from individual provincial databases and includes patient age and sex for each report but no malaria species or country of acquisition (Carole Scott [Division of Disease Surveillance, Health Canada], pers.
A more thorough understanding of the pitfalls of such existing systems can provide insights to improve the development and implementation of new media in infectious disease surveillance.
He said the Punjab government would welcome the cooperation extended by the Public Health England to establish an Institute for Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response in Punjab.
It highlights the vital importance of a robust mechanism delivering reliable livestock disease surveillance and investigation, and ultimately food safety.
He appreciated the efforts done by FELTP both at federal and provincial levels to improve capacity in disease surveillance and response.
IDE serves and protects the Rhode Island public by controlling the spread of infectious diseases and uses the NBS as the primary method of disease incidence monitoring, case management, disease surveillance, analysis, and notification of diseases to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Through a series of activities planned over the next four years, the $10 million project funded by the World Bank seeks to strengthen disease surveillance and response capacity of ECOWAS member countries.
These and other outbreaks were detected through the National Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response systems as well as the vigilance of various health sector workers.
Muscat, Jan 18 (ONA) The Health Ministry, represented by the Department of Communicable Disease Surveillance and Control at the Directorate General of Health Affairs organized a workshop on expanded immunization programme.
It was organised by the Department of Communicable Disease Surveillance and Control in collaboration with DGHS, North Batinah Region and WHO, Oman.
Bobby Krishna, Senior Food Studies and Surveys Officer, said the disease surveillance system links hospitals to the food control system.
Another high-priority recommendation calls for the creation of a coordinating body for global zoonotic disease surveillance and response.
The content includes articles and related content from 15 Wiley-Blackwell journals, including "The Cochrane Library," "The Hospitalist," "Journal of Travel Medicine" and "Applied Microbiology," among others, as well as seven books, including "Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases" and "Infectious Disease Surveillance.
Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance, 2007, also highlighted racial disparities in chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.
But according to the National Beef Association, Defra's response to the Anderson review proposes farmers will have to provide match-funding for disease surveillance work already included in the government's budget.