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Status

A

B C D E F Name
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deployed

EU-track EPIET

RKI

NA NA Germany MSF  Maternal mortality cases in MSF projects and the factors that contribute to their death (a capture-recapture study) Janine 
deployed EU-track Norway 13-Apr 15-Jun Greece ECDC setting up syndromic surveillance for refugees with ECDC Lamprini 
deployed EU-track France 13-Apr 15-Jun Greece ECDC setting up syndromic surveillance for refugees with ECDC Yorgos 
deployed EU-track Polland 16-Apr 01-Jun Zambia MSF cholera outbreak investigation and vaccine effectiveness study Savina 
deployed

EU-track EPIET

ISCIII

? ? Greece Spanich CDC signal of Salmonella not encountered before or in other MS Leonidas 
stand-by

EU-track EPIET

SSI

Angola GOARN support for YF outbreak in Angola Laura 
stand-by

EU-track EPIET

RIVM

Angola GOARN support for YF outbreak in Angola Saara 
stand-by

EU-track EPIET

RKI

RDC GOARN support for YF outbreak investigation Emilie 
pending request

EPIET/ EUPHEM/

MED-EPIET

September Iran, Teheran Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine (BNITM), Hamburg Introductory course, teaching
pending request

EPIET/ EUPHEM/

MED-EPIET

june July Haiti MSF point prevalence survey for bacterial colonization  and strengthen surveillance, training the staff on basic concepts of surveillance and response

Returned fellows from deployment

No EPIET/EUPHEM/MED-EPIET date out date back country organisation project name
1 EU-track EPIET at RKI NA NA Germany MSF Maternal mortality cases in MSF projects and the factors that contribute to their death (a capture-recapture study) Janine 

6.1 Methods

6.1.1 Hand wash

Hand disinfection is to be performed as the preferred choice when hands are visible clean or dry.   Hand washing is to be performed when hands are visible soiled and wet

Hand disinfection with an alcohol-based hand rub can reduce transient bacteria by 2.6 to 6.8 log 10 units.

 

Category

Domain

Sub-domain

1. Specific for the profession

1.1. Public health

1.1.1. Public health guidance

1.1.2. Public health science

1.1.3. Public health policy

1.1.4. Public health preparedness against acute and emerging public health threats

1.2. Applied Epidemiology

1.2.1. Risk assessment

1.2.2. Public health surveillance

1.2.3. Outbreak investigation

1.2.4. Epidemiological studies

1.2.5. Laboratory literacy

Watch here how to disinfect your hands correctly:

I create a table 2x2

2x2 table case control
exposed a b
non exposed c d

And that's it!

 

 

[ ] Zooms in progressively in time (from older to recent), space (from global to local) and logic (from general to specific)
[ ] Focuses on the specific issue of the paper (not ‘disease general’)
[ ] Summarizes what is known on the basis of key references
[ ] Introduces logically the need for new information
[ ] Does not exceed 20% of the manuscript
[ ] Closes naturally on the objectives of the work