Communicable disease toolkit : Sudan
World Health Organization. Dept. of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response. (2005). Communicable disease toolkit : Sudan. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/68992
DescriptionPart 1 in one volume, parts 2-8 in second volume
8 pts. in 2 v. (various pagings).
Gov't Doc #WHO/CDS/2005.26
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Staff views about the quality of the communicable diseases surveillance system in Khartoum state, Sudan, 2005-2007: a qualitative study Sahal, N.; Reintjes, R.; Mahgoub, A.E.; Aro, A.R. (2011)Surveillance staff are vital to the success of surveillance of infectious diseases. In this study, we interviewed staff of the Communicable Diseases Surveillance System [CDSS] in Khartoum state individually and in focus groups to assess their views about the quality of the system for the years 2005-07. The quality of CDSS was considered poor because the system was not representative as it included neither the private nor military sectors nor the important teaching hospitals. It also lacked timeliness due to poor documentation, was inflexible since ...
Assessment of core activities and supportive functions for the communicable diseases surveillance system in Khartoum state, Sudan, 2005-2007 Sahal, N.; Reintjes, R.; Eltayeb, E.M.; Aro, A.R. (2010)We conducted a descriptive, retrospective, cross-sectional study to assess the core activities and supportive functions of the communicable diseases surveillance system [CDSS] in Khartoum state, Sudan, for the period 2005-2007. This is the first assessment conducted for CDSS in Khartoum state. The CDSS was studied in terms of core activities and supportive functions. We found that knowledge of the system was 100% at all levels. Data reporting was over the recommended standard of 80% at all levels. Data analysis, epidemic preparedness and feedback ...
Report on the workshop on the WHO STEP wise surveillance system-for Egypt, Sudan and the Republic of Yemen, Cairo, Egypt, 4-6 September 2003 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO-EM/NCD/040/E, 2004)