Session: Counterterrorism and Biomedical Surveillance I: Methods and Data
3314.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Counterterrorism and Biomedical Surveillance I: Methods and Data
Learning Objectives: To learn about statistical issues, useful methods, and problems encountered in counterterrorism and biomedical surveillance research and operations.
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Presider(s):Michael A. Stoto, PhD
2:30 PMPractical issues in applying alerting algorithms for biosurveillance
Lori C. Hutwagner, PhD, Howard S. Burkom, PhD
2:41 PMCreating comparable health care data for public health surveillance and analyses
Rachel L. Richesson, MS, MPH, James P. Turley, RN, PhD, Kathy A. Johnson-Throop, PhD, Marianna M. Sockrider, MD, DrPH, Charles G. Macias, MD, Mark S. Tuttle
2:52 PMA novel technique to test data source reliability
Howard M Townsend
3:03 PMA statistical match between the National Health Interview Survey and the Current Population Survey
Deborah D. Ingram, PhD, Christopher Moriarity, PhD
3:14 PMImproving over-the-counter medication sales monitoring by modeling related factors
Elaine N. Florio, Steven F. Magruder, PhD, Sheryl L. Happel Lewis, MPH, Richard A. Wojcik, MS
3:25 PMEstimation of late reporting corrections for health indicator surveillance *
Howard S. Burkom, PhD, Eugene Elbert, MS, Christina S. Polyak, MPH, Julie Pavlin, MD, MPH
3:36 PMWhen evidence fails: Data, error and health plan policy
Andrew Brunskill, MB, BS, MPH
3:47 PMWithdrawn -- Empirical channel aggregation for medical surveillance
Steven F. Magruder, PhD
Organized by:Statistics
Endorsed by:Epidemiology
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing, Pharmacy

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA