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CDC Cambodia Tech Launch: Finding Outbreaks Faster

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CDC Cambodia Tech Launch: Finding Outbreaks Faster

  1. 1. Finding Outbreaks Faster Mark S. Smolinski, MD, MPH Chief Medical Officer Director, Global Health Threats Skoll Global Threats Fund CDC Cambodia Tech Launch January 29, 2016
  2. 2. Apply Technology to find and report outbreaks faster Build local capacity for innovative surveillance Work across borders to stop epidemics Ending Pandemics
  3. 3. Epidemic curve Routine disease reporting TIME CASES
  4. 4. Epidemic curve Astute clinician reports TIME CASES
  5. 5. Epidemic curve Sentinel networks TIME CASES
  6. 6. Epidemic curve Digital disease detection TIME CASES
  7. 7. Epidemic curve Participatory epidemiology and future innovations TIME CASES
  8. 8. Epidemic curve TIME CASES Even earlier: disease surveillance in animals
  9. 9. Hotspots for pandemic threats
  10. 10. < epihack /> Chiang Mai, Thailand
  11. 11. Participatory One Health Disease Detection
  12. 12. Participatory Surveillance
  13. 13. Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance SACIDS DR Congo Mozambique South Africa Tanzania Zambia EAIDS Burundi Kenya Rwanda Tanzania Uganda SEEHN Albania Bosnia & Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Macedonia Moldova Montenegro Romania Serbia MECIDS Israel Jordan Palestine APEIR Cambodia China Indonesia Laos Thailand Vietnam MBDS Cambodia China (Yunnan & Guangxi Provinces) Laos Myanmar Thailand Vietnam
  14. 14. Ending Pandemics means working together!
  15. 15. Thank you! pandemics@skollglobalthreats.org

Editor's Notes


  • ----- Meeting Notes (1/29/13 18:14) -----
    Skoll Global Threats Fund is a foundationcreated by Jeff Skoll, co-founder of eBay, Participant Media and the Skoll Foundation. He worried about a world of increasing complexity that could be brough to its knees by catastrophic risks, globla threats, in part brought on the same modernity that gives us hope for a better world. We owrk on pandemics, but also nuclear proliferation, climate change, water, and the Middle East.

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