- Syndromic Surveillance 101 – ISDS, in partnership with the Tufts University School of Medicine and Tufts Health Care Institute, has created an online course in syndromic surveillance. The program is designed to increase knowledge and foster collaboration between public health and clinical practitioners new to syndromic surveillance. This training is divided into four one-hour, self-paced modules and is available at no cost. Each module consists of a set of narrated slides and is accompanied by an evaluation and post-test. Those completing one or more modules after January 1, 2013, and who are certified in Public Health by the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE), are eligible for 1 recertification credit per module following completion of the module evaluation and post-test. *NOTE: CPH recertification credits are free as a benefit of ISDS membership (Join Now), and are $10/credit for non-members.
- Syndromic Surveillance: The Case for Skillful Investment – Daniel M Sosin (ISDS Annual Conference Abstract)
- Syndromic Surveillance from a Local Perspective: A Review of the Literature – Don Olson, Kevin Konty, Rob Mathes, Marc Paladini (ISDS Annual Conference 2012)
- Syndromic Surveillance for Outbreak Detection and Investigation – Tom Andersson, Par Bjelkmar, Anette Hulth, Johan Lindh, Stephan Stenmark, Mikael Widerstrom
Syndromic Surveillance Practice in the United States: Findings from a Survey of State, Territorial, and Selected Local Health Departments – James W. Buehler, Amy Sonricker, Marc Paladini, Paula Soper, Farzad Mostashari (ISDS 2008 Conference Abstract)