health surveillance

medical monitoring

The performance of medical tests and physical exams to evaluate an individual’s ongoing exposure to a factor that could negatively impact on that person’s health.

health surveillance

Medical monitoring The periodic screening of a defined population for a specific disease or for biological markers of disease for which the population is, or may be, at significantly ↑ risk. See Screening.
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The task of turning the IHR 2005 vision of an effective global public health surveillance system into reality is daunting.
Laramie, MPH Sharps Injury Surveillance and Prevention Project, Occupational Health Surveillance Program, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston, MA
The contract has as its object, in the aggregate, the service of health surveillance, information and training, health and safety of the staff of the Lombardy Region and the local aggregates.
New Advanced Analytics and Collaborative Workflow Tools Will Help Public Health Move Beyond Traditional Syndromic Surveillance to Build "True Community Health Surveillance Programs"
Contract notice: "service of custody charge of health surveillance and competent doctor" - a body.
Just as imperfect radar detected incoming German aircraft to protect British citizens, imperfect public health surveillance systems are widely used to measure and monitor the health of populations to mobilize action toward community health.
Public health surveillance involves the collection, analysis and use of data to provide public health prevention resources where needed.
The Director of Health Surveillance Center of the Islamic Port of Jeddah Dr.
From the French surveiller, "to watch over," public health surveillance has its roots in 14th-century Europe.
Announcing the extension, Health Minister Jonathan Coleman said Ministry of Health surveillance suggested influenza had not yet peaked this winter.
Also available are three child indicators (years range from 1993 to 2013) provided by states that conduct statewide oral health screening surveys that meet criteria for inclusion in the National Oral Health Surveillance System; these data are provided by grade in school (kindergarten through third grade) or Head Start.
Alhezwm said that the sub-municipalities have an important role in the field of public health surveillance and in ensuring food safety.

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