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GRF One Health Summit 2012, Davos: Presentation by Prof. Thomas Krafft - Professor - Department of International Health - Maastricht University

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    • GRF One Health Summit 2012 Plenary VI: Global Change, Global Health, and New Development Challenges 22 February 2012 Integrated Health Information For One Health Thomas Krafft Maastricht University, Dept. of International Health Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research
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    • How do we measure the status of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals without reliable health information?
    • How can we improve health information in resource poor settings and in crisis-ridden areas?
    • Integrated Health Information for One Health
      • Use routinely collected data
      • Use flexible case definitions
      • Use unspecific information
      • Use simple data and analyses methods
      • Use broadly available IT and mobile technology
      • Integrate health information systems
      • Share information across borders and the globe
    • One health needs comprehensive syndromic health information systems Detecting (re)emerging diseases Situational awareness during disasters Timely and reliable health reporting Health care management and planning Human and animal health data Surveillance of communicable and non-communicable health threats Surveillance of natural and man-made events
    • During the SARS outbreak in 2003, the syndromic surveillance system implemented in New York City was used to assure that the city was not affected (STEINER-SICHEL ET AL. 2004) Use syndromic health information for… surveillance of (re)emerging diseases VALDIVIA ET AL. (2010) compared Google Flu Trends with sentinel physician networks in 13 European countries and found a fair correlation, highest for countries where internet is often used for health topic searches.
    • Pilot project with the state emergency medical dispatch centre in Andhra Pradesh, India identified signal for major Dengue outbreak using routine EMS (PILOT ET AL. 2011). Use syndromic health information for… surveillance of (re)emerging diseases
    • The syndromic surveillance system using the information coming from the NHS Direct telephone helpline on heat/sunstroke was an important public health tool in the 2006 heat wave (SMITH ET AL. 2006). Use syndromic health information for… situational awareness during disasters YANG ET AL. (2009) indicate that the mobile phone reporting system implemented after the Sichuan earthquake in China 2008 helped restore the reporting capacity of health-care agencies in earthquake-affected areas.
    • Two different syndromic surveillance systems rapidly provided evidence that no health impact was identifiable in the UK (ELLIOT ET AL. 2010) and in three regions in continental Europe (ROSENKOETT ER ET AL. 2010). Use syndromic health information for… situational awareness during disasters
    • Inventory and knowledge-exchange of and between human and animal (syndromic) surveillance in Europe as part of the European Commission co-funded project Triple S Use syndromic health information for… animal and human health threats
    • Syndromic Health Information Systems….
      • Use routinely collected data
      • Use flexible case definitions
      • Use unspecific information
      • Use simple data and analyses methods
      • Use broadly available IT and mobile technology
      • Integrate health information systems
      • Share information across borders and the globe