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Projet Triple-S

Publié le 16/10/2017

Publications

Publications

Ziemann A, Fouillet A, Brand H, Krafft T.  Success Factors of European Syndromic Surveillance Systems: A Worked Example of Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis. PLoS ONE 2016;11(5):e0155535.

Ziemann A. Syndromic Surveillance – Made in Europe. Maastricht; 2015.

Hulth A. First European guidelines on syndromic surveillance in human and animal health published. Euro Surveill. 2014;19(41):pii=20927.

European project consortia of EuroMOMO (The European Mortality Monitoring project), Triple-S (Syndromic surveillance systems, towards guidelines for Europe), and SIDARTHa (European emergency data-based syndromic surveillance system). L.2. Workshop: Improving public health information systems across Europe: which contribution of syndromic surveillance? The European Journal of Public Health 2013;23(suppl 1). doi:10.1093.

Dupuy C, Bronner A, Perrin J-B, Calavas D, Fouillet A, Rago G, Kanieff M, Conti S. Syndromic surveillance in Europe: current situation in human and animal health and possible synergies. The European Journal of Public Health 2013;23(suppl 1). doi:10.1093.

Elliot A, Morbey R, Hughes H, Harcourt S, Smith S, Loveridge P, Edeghere O, Ibbotson S, McCloskey B, Catchpole M, Smith G. Syndromic surveillance – a public health legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The European Journal of Public Health 2013;23(suppl 1). doi:10.1093.

Fouillet A, Medina S, Viso A, Caserio-Schönemann C, Medeiros H. Guidelines for implementing syndromic surveillance in Europe and proposal for a European syndromic surveillance strategy. The European Journal of Public Health 2013;23(suppl 1). doi:10.1093.

Mølbak K, Mazick A. European monitoring of excess mortality for public health action (EuroMOMO). The European Journal of Public Health 2013;23. (suppl 1). doi:10.1093.

Ziemann A, Fouillet A, Sala Soler M, Krafft T. Review of morbidity syndromic surveillance activities: Use and usefulness of different syndromic data sources in Europe and around the world. The European Journal of Public Health 2013;23(suppl 1). doi:10.1093.

Dupuy C, Bronner A, Watson E, Wuyckhuise-Sjouke L, Reist M, Fouillet A, Calavas D, Hendrikx P, Perrin J-B. Inventory of veterinary syndromic surveillance initiatives in Europe (Triple-S project): Current situation and perspectives. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2013 Sep 1;111:220-229.

Hulth A, Viso AC. European institutes for disease prevention and control collaborate to improve public health surveillance. Euro Surveill. 2011;16(17):pii=19851.

Triple S Project. Assessment of syndromic surveillance in Europe. Lancet, 2011 Nov 26;378(9806):1833-4.

Fact sheets

Factsheet 1: What is syndromic surveillance?

Factsheet 2: Examples of syndromic surveillance uses in Europe - with references

Factsheet 2: Examples of syndromic surveillance uses in Europe - 2-pager, without references

Factsheet 3: Guidelines for designing and implementing a syndromic surveillance system

Factsheet 4: Inventory of syndromic surveillance systems and initiatives in Europe

Factsheet 5: About data sources for syndromic surveillance

Project reports

Guidelines for designing and implementing a syndromic surveillance system

Inventory of human syndromic surveillance systems in Europe

Inventory of veterinary syndromic surveillance systems in Europe

Country visits report

Visit guidelines: Scientific guidelines for knowledge exchange on syndromic surveillance in Europe scientific

Visit guidelines: Administrative guidelines for country visits of syndromic surveillance systems in Europe

Guidelines for assessment of data sources   

A proposal for a European strategy for syndromic surveillance

Posters and presentations

Dupuy C, Bronner A, Perrin J-B, Calavas D, Hulth A, Ziemann A, Elliot A, Smith G, Chaudet H, Virtanen M, Reynolds A, Krafft T, Fouillet A. How to design and implement a syndromic surveillance system in animal health? Guidelines by the Triple-S project. Poster presentation at 2nd international conference on animal health surveillance, May 2014.

Dórea F, Dupuy C, Akkina J. Towards one health: Increasing awareness of animal health among public health stakeholders. Roundtable discussion at International Society for Disease Surveillance 12th annual conference, December 2013.

Medina S, Caserio-Schonemann C, Dupuy C, Hulth A, Medeiros H, Molback K, Krafft T, Ziemann A, Fouillet A. Comparing findings from syndromic surveillance systems at a European level. Oral presentation at International Society for Disease Surveillance 12th annual conference, December 2013.

Medina S, Sala-Soler M, Caserio-Schonemann C, Conti S, Dupuy C, Elliot A, Hulth A, Muller L, Ziemann A, Fouillet A. Guidelines to implement or improve Syndromic surveillance systems. Oral presentation at International Society for Disease Surveillance 12th annual conference, December 2013.

Medina S. The experience of developing environmental-health dimensions of routine surveillance data systems. Presentation at a pre-conference to Environment and Health – Bridging South, North, East and West, August 2013.

Bronner A, Dupuy C, Perrin J-B, Dórea F. Syndromic surveillance in animal health: public, animal and food safety. A webinar organized by ISDS, July 2013.

Ziemann A, Krafft T, Sala Soler M, Fouillet A, Hulth A, Müller L, Conti S, Kanieff M, Dupuy C, Medina S. Use of different data sources for syndromic surveillance in Europe. Poster presented at International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance, February 2013.

Dupuy C, Perrin J-B, Bronner A, Calavas D, Hendrikx P, Fouillet A. Synergies between human and animal health syndromic surveillance: Triple-S outputs. Poster presented at International Society for Disease Surveillance 10th annual conference, December 2012.

Cooper D. Towards Integrated Syndromic Surveillance in Europe? An ISDS webinar presentation, November 2012.

Fouillet A. European project Triple-S and syndromic surveillance. Presented at Eurovaccine.net, November 2012.

Ziemann A, Krafft T, Brand H, Sala Soler M, Fouillet A, Hulth A, Müller L, Molbak K, Conti S, Kanieff M, Rago G, Perrin JB, Dupuy C, Medina S, on behalf of the Triple-S project consortium. Identifying good practice for syndromic surveillance in Europe - a comparative study based on site visits in eight countries. Eur J Public Health (2012) 22 (suppl 2):79. Oral presentation at European Public Health Conference, November 2012.

Sala-Soler M, Fouillet A, Hulth A, Molbak K, Conti S, Krafft T, Medina S, Cooper D, Medeiros H, Viso AC. Triple-S Project: Syndromic Surveillance Survey in Europe. Poster presented at International Society for Disease Surveillance 10th annual conference, December 2011.

Fouillet A, Sala-Soler M, Conti S, Kanieff Mark, Rago G, Perrin JB, Dupuy C, Krafft T, Ziemann A, Viso AC. Inventory of syndromic surveillance systems in Europe by the Triple-S Project. Oral presentation at International Society for Disease Surveillance 10th annual conference, December 2011.

Poster introducing the project, presented at the Gastein Workshop on Health Security, October 2011 and at the European Public Health Conference, November 2011. 

Partners announcing the project

Executive Agency for Health and Consumers, March 2011: Syndromic Surveillance Survey Assessment towards Guidelines for Europe (triple S-AGE)

Environmental Protection Agency Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy: Triple-S: Sorveglianza dei rischi per la salute

French Institute for Public Health Surveillance: 24 instituts européens de veille sanitaire réunis pour améliorer la surveillance de la santé publique

International Society for Disease Surveillance: Triple S Project: Syndromic Surveillance Survey and Assessment towards Guidelines for Europe

Maastricht University: European institutes for disease prevention and control collaborate to improve public health surveillance

Statens Serum Institut, Denmark: Nyt europæisk netværk moderniserer overvågning af folkesundheden

Swedish Institute for Communicable Disease Control: Ett starkare smittskydd genom Europeiskt samarbete

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