Enteric outbreak surveillance in British Columbia, 2009-2013.

  title={Enteric outbreak surveillance in British Columbia, 2009-2013.},
  author={Marsha Taylor and Eleni Galanis and Sara Forsting and Larry Gustafson and Johanna Ip and M{\'o}nica Lem and M. V. R. Murti and Craig Nowakowski and Morten Ritson and Jason Stone and Greg Tone},
  journal={Canada communicable disease report = Releve des maladies transmissibles au Canada},
  volume={41 11},
Background Understanding enteric disease outbreak sources, burden of illness, mode of transmission and use of interventions informs planning, policy development and prevention programs. Objective To describe trends in enteric disease outbreaks investigated in British Columbia (BC) between 2009 and 2013. Methods An analysis was conducted of enteric disease outbreaks that had been entered into a national, secure web-enabled outbreak reporting system using the Canadian Network for Public… CONTINUE READING


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