Projet Triple-S

Publié le 16/10/2017


The Triple-S (Syndromic Surveillance Survey, Assessment towards Guidelines for Europe) was a three-year project (September 2010 – December 2013) co-financed by the European commission through the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers. It was coordinated by the French Public health agency Santé Publique France (formerly French Institute for Public Health Surveillance - InVS).

The project encompassed an inventory of existing and proposed syndromic surveillance systems, including country visits for an in-depth understanding of selected systems. The project also provided scientific and technical guidance for the development and implementation of syndromic surveillance systems for both human and animal health, according to the needs and expectations of the member states.

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