NSSP CoP Knowledge Repository
The NSSP CoP Knowledge Repository (KR) contains resources developed by the community for the community. It includes NSSP CoP call recordings as well as resources on syndromes, data analytics, data sharing, and related topics. To submit content to be considered for addition to the KR, please complete this form.
NSSP Technical Resource Center
Check out the online one-stop-shop for all the NSSP technical resources that may be needed to practice syndromic surveillance. These resources will help onboard facilities into the BioSense Platform, update your Master Facility Tables, get started using BioSense Platform tools, and comply with HL7 case notifications from mapping guides.
NSSP BioSense Platform and Service Desk
Visit the NSSP BioSense Platform to access your jurisdiction’s syndromic surveillance data and utilize related tools. For NSSP BioSense Platform technical inquiries, please contact the Service Desk. For questions regarding access to the NSSP BioSense Platform, NSSP ESSENCE syndromes, and for other technical assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSSP Community of Practice Slack Workspace
The Slack Workspace is a communication tool and collaboration platform for advancing syndromic surveillance practice. Use it to easily share information with peers, plan projects, and accelerate data analyses. Reap the benefits of collectively working with health scientists at CDC, other federal agencies, and with state, territorial, local, and tribal (STLT) public health departments – all using NSSP’s BioSense Platform! To join, submit your request here.
Syndromic Surveillance Symposium
CSTE, in collaboration with the CDC/NSSP, convened the inaugural 2020 Syndromic Surveillance Symposium virtually from November 17-19, 2020.
CSTE partnered with Kahuina Consulting to help provide an engaging and interactive virtual forum for the syndromic surveillance community to exchange experiences, share best practices, and take away innovative solutions and strategies for advancing syndromic surveillance practice. Attendees had the opportunity to learn new skills from technical experts, from the basics to latest analytical techniques. There was also a forum to discuss the future of the NSSP Community of Practice and increasing syndromic surveillance capacity at the state, local, and national levels. The first two days concluded with informal sessions hosted by colleagues (not included in any event resources).
All events were be held on CSTE’s RingCentral platform. Recordings and PDFs of presented slides have been included in this final event packet.
Syndromic Surveillance Across the Nation
Check out syndromic surveillance activities across the nation at local jurisdiction webpages below. If your jurisdiction has a syndromic surveillance webpage to add to this page, please email email@example.com.
|Name||SyS Website||Public Health Website|
|Maricopa Co, AZ||Click Here|
|Harris Co, TX||Click Here|
|Yolo, CA||Click Here|
|Sacramento, CA||Click Here|
|El Dorado, CA||Click Here|
|Linn Co, IA||https://www.linncountyiowa.gov/health|
|Riverside, CA||Click Here|
|Marion Co, IN||Click Here|
|Santa Cruz, CA||Click Here|
|Nevada, CA||Click Here|
|New York City, NY||Click Here|
|Stanislaus, CA||Click Here|
|Washington, D.C.||Click Here||Click Here|
|DoD||Click Here||Click Here|
|Alabama||Click Here||Click Here|
|New Hampshire||Click Here|
|New Jersey||Click Here|
|New Mexico||Click Here|
|New York||Click Here|
|North Carolina||Click Here|
|North Dakota||Click Here|
|Rhode Island||Click Here|
|South Carolina||Click Here|
|South Dakota||Click Here|
|West Virginia||Click Here|