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A socio-marker is a measurable indicator of social conditions where a patient is embedded in and exposed to, being analogous with a biomarker indicating the severity or presence of some disease state. Social factors are one of the most clinical health determinants, which play a critical role in... Read more

Content type: Abstract

Wearable devices are a low cost, minimally invasive way to monitor health. Sensor data provides real-time physiological indictors of an individual’s health status without the requirement of health care professionals or facilities. Information gleamed from wearable sensors can be used to better... Read more

Content type: Abstract

Presented July 10, 2018.

Why global mental health surveillance is important – understanding current issues in global mental health surveillance and learning strategies to improve mental health surveillance worldwide, particularly in low and middle –income countries.

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Content type: Webinar

Presented November 27, 2018.

Unstructured data such as chief complaints and provider notes are an important component of effective Health surveillance. Applying machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) to unstructured data can often improve surveillance performance over... Read more

Content type: Webinar

How are interactive story map journals situated within the genre of interactive, health science reporting? How can reporting information to public audiences be theorized through traditional and contemporary understandings of new media genres in technical, health and science communication (1-7).... Read more

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