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Incorporating Non-Expert Evidence into Surveillance and Early Detection of Public Health Emergencies fr
‘Big data’ has promised significant improvements for the global surveillance of infectious disease. This SSHAP Case Study highlights how, over the past two decades, new disease surveillance practices built on amassing and processing large data sets – analysed computationally to…
Summary and background reports exploring transmission, surveillance and other aspects of outbreaks.
This article explores the disease-associated stigma attached to the SARS victims in the post-SARS era of Hong Kong. The author argues that the SARS-associated stigma did not decrease over time. Based on the ethnographic data obtained from 16 months of…