Evidence and rationale for the World Health Organization recommended standards for Japanese encephalitis surveillance

@inproceedings{Hills2009EvidenceAR,
  title={Evidence and rationale for the World Health Organization recommended standards for Japanese encephalitis surveillance},
  author={Susan L Hills and Alya J. Dabbagh and Julie A. Jacobson and Anthony A. Marfin and David Alexander Featherstone and Joachim Maria Hombach and Pem Namgyal and Manju Rani and Tom Solomon},
  booktitle={BMC infectious diseases},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Japanese encephalitis (JE) is the most important form of viral encephalitis in Asia. Surveillance for the disease in many countries has been limited. To improve collection of accurate surveillance data in order to increase understanding of the full impact of JE and monitor control programs, World Health Organization (WHO) Recommended Standards for JE Surveillance have been developed. To aid acceptance of the Standards, we describe the process of development, provide the supporting… CONTINUE READING
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