Evolution and Epidemiological Aspects of Influenza and Zoonotic Diseases

Universally, influenza activity has diminished from its peak of flu action. The WHO's Global Influenza Program (GIP) gives worldwide measures to influenza surveillance. Furthermore GIP gathers and examinations virological and epidemiological influenza surveillance information from around the globe. The standard sharing of value quality influenza surveillance and monitoring data by nations permits WHO to: give countries, areas and territories with data about flu transmission in different parts of the world to permit national approach creators to better get ready for up and coming seasons; 

  • National and international surveillance and contingency strategies
  • Surveillance issues and burden of disease
  • Pandemic preparedness issues and licensing issues
  • Development of bioinformatics and computational tools
  • Development of bioinformatics and computational tools
  • History, epidemiology and pathology of influenza viruses in the natural reservoir

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