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Committees are smaller groups, structured groups of participants organized around a specific functional ares, i.e. NSSP CoP Steering Committee, Research Committee, Data Quality Committee, etc. These groups are not generally open for community-wide input and discussion.

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The Data Quality Committee aims to promote discussion and target data quality issues on the vendor side of EHR implementation.

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The NSSP CoP Steering Committee comprises experts from many disciplines in various surveillance settings. The committee monitors activities associated with the community of practice, particularly its website and forums, to identify topics of intrigue or concern. The committee champions causes that are important to and representative of the community.

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The Research Committee promotes research in advanced disease surveillance with a variety of activities serving the professional and educational needs of society members. These activities include webinars covering analytics, public health/epidemiology, informatics, and policy topics; a weekly scan of new related journal articles; an updated list of priorities for the global research communities; and awards for outstanding publications and student abstracts.

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The Syndromic Surveillance and Public Health Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery (SPHERR) Committee helps Syndromic Surveillance and Public Health preparedness professionals fully integrate Syndromic Surveillance data and information into preparedness and emergency response and provides access to a national peer network for ad hoc support or collaborations during incidents and events of national interest (e.g., extreme weather events, and mass gatherings).

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The Technical Committee strives to enhance communication between the user community and NSSP about the functionality of the BioSense Platform and associated data/tools. Activities will include identifying community needs for new features, prioritizing enhancement requests, and gathering feedback on proposed enhancements. The group provides a forum for NSSP to give updates on platform enhancements and best practices. The group meets quarterly. Anyone interested is welcome to join and participate.

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INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR
DISEASE SURVEILLANCE

288 Grove St, Box 203
Braintree, MA 02184
(617) 779 - 0880
Email: syndromic@syndromic.org

 

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