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Methodologies for Improving Health Outcomes: Surveillance

Methodologies for Improving Health Outcomes: Surveillance describes the purpose, uses, and characteristics of surveillance.  Compare types of surveillance, and describe the surveillance process.

Presenter:

Elizabeth A. Schlenk, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Professor
University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the purpose, uses, and characteristics of surveillance
  • Compare types of surveillance
  • Describe the surveillance process
  • Describe surveillance system attributes
  • Use an existing surveillance system
  • Identify steps to create a surveillance system
  • Apply the RECORD guidelines
  • Examine a surveillance project

Contact Hour: 1

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