A Binational Model of Collaboration for Enhancing Cross-border ID Surveillance

@inproceedings{Ortwine2013ABM,
  title={A Binational Model of Collaboration for Enhancing Cross-border ID Surveillance},
  author={Kristine N Ortwine and Karen L. Ferran and Esmeralda I{\~n}iguez-Stevens},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction International borders present unique challenges for the surveillance of infectious disease. Border communities represent locations with vast differences in cultures and languages, governing institutions, healthcare access, and priorities for the collection and surveillance of disease data. Pathogens and the health and security risks they create… CONTINUE READING