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    • Capacity of the national influenza surveillance system in Afghanistan, a chronic conflict setting 

      Rasooly, M.H.; Sahak, M.N.; Saeed, K.I.; Krishnan, S.K.; Khan, W.; Hassounah, S. (‎2016-07)‎
      Influenza surveillance is needed to monitor potential public health threats from the emergence of novel influenza viruses. This study assessed the capacity and performance of the national influenza surveillance system in Afghanistan from 2007 to 2014. Data were collected by review of hospital registers and the National Influenza Centre [‎NIC]‎ database, interviews with influenza focal points at 9 influenza sentinel surveillance sites and the Centre staff, and observation of the sites. Out of 6900 specimens collected, influenza virus was detected ...
    • A new paradigm in global health security 

      Huvos, A.; Khan, W. (‎2016-07)‎