Preventing blindness due to diabetic retinopathy in India: Need for a paradigm shift – April 29, 2015
Drug Overdose Surveillance – April 29, 2015
Super Bowl Surveillance – May 7, 2015
Recent Webinar Series
BioSense 2.0 Webinars (co-hosted by ISDS and the BioSense Redesign Team)
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
Discover the 2014 ISDS Conference!
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.
Earn Certified in Public Health Recertification Credits
ISDS is an approved provider of Certified in Public Health (CPH) Recertification credits. The CPH credential was established by the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE) in an effort to give recognition to public health practitioners who have mastered core competencies of public health and who continue their education to remain at the forefront of public health practice. To become CPH certified, a graduate from a CEPH-accredited school or program of public health must pass the entry CPH Exam then go through a bi-annual recertification process to maintain the credential. Every two years, CPH professionals must earn 50 CPH credits. These credits may be earned through a variety of activities such as attending public health professional events, taking college or university courses, reading peer-reviewed literature, attending online webinars, and more.
ISDS will be providing CPH credits to ISDS members free of charge for various activities such as on-line webinars and in-person meetings. Non-members will be asked to pay $10 per credit.