Issues in STD Surveillance

Wednesday, March 12, 2008: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM
Northwest 4
10:15 AM
C6a
Statewide Analysis of Geographic Clustering of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Infections Connecticut, 2004
Lynn E. Sosa, MD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Linda M. Niccolai, PhD, Yale University
10:30 AM
C6b
California Gonorrhea Surveillance System: Sample-Based Collection of Surveillance Data
Adrienne Rain Mocello, MPH, California Department of Public Health STD Control Branch; Michael C. Samuel, DrPH, California Department of Health Services; K. Jayne Bradbury, MPH, California Department of Health Services; Edwin Lopez, California Department of Public Health; Joe Sanchez, BA, California Department of Public Health; Gail Bolan, MD, California Department of Public Health
10:45 AM
C6c
Improving Regional Infertility Prevention Project (IPP) Data Quality and Completeness
Charlie Rabins, MPH, Illinois Department of Public Health; Steve Holmes, BS, Illinois Department of Public Health; Shana Cash, MPH, Health Care Education and Training; Region V. IPP Advisory Committee, Region V IPP
11:15 AM
C6e
Population-based gonorrhea surveillance through the STD Surveillance Network (SSuN)
Lori M. Newman, MD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Katherine Ahrens, MPH, San Francisco Department of Public Health; Jennifer A. Donnelly, BS, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Summer Martins, MPH, Minnesota Department of Health; Mark R. Stenger, MA, Washington State Dept. of Health; Oana E. Vasiliu, MD, MS, Virginia Department of Health; Hillard Weinstock, MD, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
11:30 AM
C6f
On the Path to an Aberration Detection System for STD Surveillance
Delicia Carey, PhD, Centers for Disease Control; Ranell Myles, MPH, CHES, Centers for Disease Control; Samuel Groseclose, DVM, MPH, Centers for Disease Control
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