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Eurosurveillance, Volume 11, Issue 12, 01 December 2006

Table of Contents

Editorial

Are there ‘new’ and ‘old’ ways to track infectious diseases hazards and outbreaks?
Abstract
European regulation

Implementing the International Health Regulations (2005) in Europe
Abstract
Surveillance report

Epidemic intelligence: a new framework for strengthening disease surveillance in Europe
Abstract
The Early Warning and Response System for communicable diseases in the EU: an overview from 1999 to 2005
Abstract
A national syndromic surveillance system for England and Wales using calls to a telephone helpline
Abstract
Syndromic surveillance based on emergency department activity and crude mortality: two examples
Abstract
Surveillance of ambulance dispatch data as a tool for early warning
Abstract
Enhanced Surveillance of Infectious Diseases : the 2006 FIFA World Cup experience, Germany
Abstract
Epidemiologic surveillance system implemented in the Hautes-Alpes District, France, during the Winter Olympic Games, Torino 2006
Abstract
Recognition of threats caused by infectious diseases in the Netherlands: the early warning committee
Abstract

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