Weekly Epidemiological Monitor: Cumulative Issues 2008-2011
AbstractThe Weekly Epidemiological Monitor provides a weekly summary of current public health events of potential concern, including epidemics from emerging infectious diseases, which are reported from the countries of the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region. It briefly describes the nature, type and place of occurrence of these public health events in the Region, and provides analysis of the public health threats involved, risk of international spread, and recommended public health interventions for effective response and mitigation. The Weekly Epidemiological Monitor is targeted at members of the public health profession, academia and medical universities, interested nongovernmental organizations, WHO collaborating centres, United Nations agencies and other interested individuals within and outside the Region. This compilation comprises the cumulative issues for 2008-2011
World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. (2012). Weekly Epidemiological Monitor: Cumulative Issues 2008-2011. World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/326807
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