Upcoming and Recent Webinars – International Society for Disease Surveillance


ESSENCE Training: Using Queries

Tour of the New ISDS Website, Group and Forums

Urgent Care Data…should we collect, how, and why?

Review of the 2016 ISDS Annual Conference: Continuing the Momentum

Making One Health Operational – the One Health Systems Mapping and Analysis Resource ToolkitTM

ESSENCE Training: Building Queries

USDA Veterinary Services and One Health

Beyond aberration detection, coping with multiple exceedances in a national syndromic surveillance service

Multivariate Count Time Series Modeling of Surveillance Data

Epidemics of the “common cold” and the dynamics of severe asthma exacerbation (with a focus on implementing the dynamic transmission model in R)

Bayesian Surveillance for Detection of Small Area Health Anomalies

The Big Picture: Using Antibiotic Use and Surveillance Data to Better Inform Stewardship in Healthcare Settings

Prioritizing Zoonotic Diseases in North America Including a Demonstration of a Disease Prioritization Tool

BioSense Platform Data Flow: Part 3 – Legacy Data Conversion and Transition Plan

Detecting and Investigating a Large Community Outbreak of Legionellosis — South Bronx, July 2015

BioSense Platform Data Flow: Part 2 – Introduction to ESSENCE Configuration for BioSense Platform

Data quality visualization for aggregate surveillance data with application to now-casting

BioSense Platform Dataflow: Part 1 – Data Ingestion into the BioSense Platform

A Global Landscape of Participatory Disease Surveillance

New Master Facility Table: Improving the Quality of Facility Data

Economic assessment of zoonoses surveillance in a One Health context

Information for Action:  Integrating syndromic surveillance into public health in England using heatwave surveillance as an example

BioSense Platform Admin Tool Requirements Discussion

Making the Best Use of Textual ED Data for Syndromic Surveillance

Building your Dream Surveillance Information System

Assessing the Value of Animal Health Surveillance

Double Header: Super Bowl Surveillance

Preventing blindness due to diabetic retinopathy in India: Need for a paradigm shift

Approaches to Syndromic Case Definitions for Drug Overdose Surveillance 

NSSP Onboarding – Creating a Systematic Approach

Tools and Apps to Enhance Situational Awareness for Global Disease Surveillance

MapIT – Introduction to Mapping Tool 2015

Public Health Community Platform: A solution for a modern public health enterprise

Syndromic Surveillance in Sweden

What is WEAVE, what can it do, and what is its future?  

JIRA Service Desk: The New Portal for NSSP/BioSense Technical Assistance 

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) & Ebola

The National Syndromic Surveillance Program 

Animal Surveillance in the US 

Planning for the ICD-10 Transition 

Analytic Methodologies for Disease Surveillance Using Multiple Sources of Evidence

BioSense v2.0 Webinar: Data Flow

Community of Practice Discussion: Emerging Threats and Current Practice

Syndromic Surveillance and Enterovirus D68: A CoP Discussion

Special Literature Review: 2014 Awards for Outstanding Research Articles in Biosurveillance Finalists

BioSense v2.0 Webinar: Data Processing 

New challenges in tobacco surveillance: monitoring the prevalence of electronic cigarettes and hookah use in the United States

MERS Syndromic Surveillance Guidance ReviewMortality Associated with Head Wave of 2010 and Ahmedabad Heat Action Plan

Introduction to MapIt: ICD-10 Transition Tool 

BioSense v2.0 Webinar: Data Quality Checks and Assurance

BioSense 2.0 Webinar: Heat-related Illness Surveillance

Transitioning to ICD-10 CM: What is the impact for Public Health Surveillance?

Project Tycho, Data for Health: Open Access to Newly Digitized U.S. Weekly Nationally Notifiable Disease Surveillance Data from 1888-Present

BioSense 2.0 Webinar: The Kansas Experience, Health Information Exchanges, and Onboarding

Using Electronic Death Registration Systems (EDRS) to Conduct “Real-Time” Disaster Mortality Surveillance 

Analytic Decision Support for Public Health Emergencies 

 All past webinars can be found in our Webinar Archive.