Using Social Media for Actionable Disease Surveillance and Outbreak Management: A Systematic Literature Review.

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OBJECTIVE Research studies show that social media may be valuable tools in the disease surveillance toolkit used for improving public health professionals' ability to detect disease outbreaks faster than traditional methods and to enhance outbreak response. A social media work group, consisting of surveillance practitioners, academic researchers, and other… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0139701

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@article{CharlesSmith2015UsingSM, title={Using Social Media for Actionable Disease Surveillance and Outbreak Management: A Systematic Literature Review.}, author={Lauren Charles-Smith and Tera L. Reynolds and Mark A. Cameron and Mike Conway and Eric H. Y. Lau and Jennifer M Olsen and Julie A. Pavlin and Mika Shigematsu and Laura C. Streichert and Katie J. Suda and Courtney D. Corley}, journal={PloS one}, year={2015}, volume={10 10}, pages={e0139701} }