06 April 2011

Data Types Pre & Post Disaster: What Can We Learn From Japan? Join the Conversation on the BioSense Redesign Collaboration Website

Our colleagues from BioSense have asked us to share this message regarding their newest posting on the BioSense Redesign Collaboration website:
Dear BioSense Redesign Stakeholder,
Our eighth post for the Public Health Situation Awareness topic has launched!  In light of the recent earthquake, tsunami, and radiological emergencies in Japan, these new questions* explore data types and whether additional data types would be useful pre- and post-disaster.  The CDC will use your feedback to better understand the spectrum of data types neccessary during an event and also routine monitoring and surveillance.  Your feedback is valuable to the redesign of the BioSense system and program.  

Thank you,
The BioSense Redesign Team

*New questions are posted for comment on a weekly to biweekly basis.  Check back often for updates and summaries of feedback posted by stakeholders. 

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