Module 1: Team Composition and Standards of Conduct. Learning Objectives. Define the roles and responsibilities of each investigation team member Know how to enhance coordination and communication among team members Recognize the standards of ethical conduct for case investigations.
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The Ministry of Health will designate
teams from each province or geographical area
Every team must have effective:
Be able to problem solve when faced with unexpected issues including:
Conduct two levels of reporting:
Core team members:
Note: Team members may differ by country
The branch of medicine that deals with the study of the causes, distribution, and control of disease in populations.
Expanded team members:
The Team Leader. . .
The Epidemiologist. . .
The chief hospital medical officer. . .
The senior hospital nurse. . .
Senior lab technicians or microbiologists
Communicate about these issues:
For patients / cases:
For team members:
Ethical investigation oversight:
code of ethics
Freeing birds for good luck
Consider religious beliefs or cultural customs when interacting with communities
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Code of ethics
A system of principles governing morality and acceptable conduct; a code of professional responsibility
Not revealing personal, private, or medical information about a person to unauthorized people without the individual’s consent
A document listing details of how information on a study subject will be used during and after an investigation. The study subject’s signature on the form indicates permission to use their information for those purposes.
The branch of medicine that deals with the study of the causes, distribution, and control of disease in populations
A sudden, localized increase in a disease greater than the expected occurrence of that disease
An epidemic (or outbreak) occurring over a wide geographic area.