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Outbreak surveillance. Central Surveillance Unit, IDSP. Early Warning Signal (EWS) reports. All SSUs are required to send EWS reports (disease alerts/outbreaks) to CSU on time every week for sharing with the stakeholders Even ‘Nil’ reporting is mandatory

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outbreak surveillance

Outbreak surveillance

Central Surveillance Unit, IDSP

early warning signal ews reports
Early Warning Signal (EWS) reports
  • All SSUs are required to send EWS reports (disease alerts/outbreaks) to CSU on timeevery week for sharing with the stakeholders
  • Even ‘Nil’ reporting is mandatory
  • An average of 20 States/UTs are reporting every week
total no of outbreaks reported through idsp by the states uts in 2008 2011 till 26 th june 2011

Total no. of outbreaks reported through IDSP by the States/UTs in 2008-2011 (till 26th June 2011)

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Weekly EWS / Outbreak report submitting Status of States/UTs in 2011 (till 25th week ending on 26th June)

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State-wise total no. of outbreaks reported through IDSP by all States/UTs in 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 (till 25th wk ending June 26th 2011)

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State-wise total no. of outbreaks reported through IDSP by the World Bank funded States in 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 (till 25th wk ending June 26th 2011)

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State-wise total no. of outbreaks reported through IDSP by the non-WB funded States in 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 (till 25th wk ending June 26th 2011)

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Disease-wise total no. of outbreaks reported through IDSP by all States in 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 (till 25th wk ending June 26th)

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Disease-wise total no. of outbreaks reported through IDSP by all States

in 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 (till 25th wk ending June 26th)

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No. of disease outbreaks for which Laboratory facilities accessed and etiology confirmed by the States/UTs through IDSP in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 (till 26th June 2011)

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Quality Assessment of Outbreaks reported by all States in 2011 (till 26 June) using 3 Essential Criteria
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Quality Assessment of Outbreaks reported by 9 WB funded States in 2011 (till 26 June) using 3 Essential Criteria
improving outbreak detection and reporting
Improving Outbreak detection and reporting
  • Early detection and response to outbreaks by identifying EWS from routine analysis of surveillance (S,P,L) data at DSU/CHC/PHC levels (by identifying any unusual rise in no. of cases)
  • Ensure 100% reporting of EWS/outbreaks by all States/Districts (even “NIL” reporting is mandated)
    • every week
    • on time
    • in the prescribed format
  • Avoid incomplete/incorrect data entry in the EWS format
    • Date of start & reporting of outbreak to be mentioned for all outbreaks
    • “Population affected” is the “Population at risk”
improving the quality of outbreak investigations reporting and response
Improving the quality of outbreak investigations, reporting and response
  • Lab confirmation of diagnosis needs appropriateclinical (human) samples to be sent for lab tests
  • Identification and Training of Epidemiologists, Microbiologists, Entomologists and RRT members at DSU / SSU levels
  • Existence of a written case management protocol for any epidemic should be made available by the State at each PHC/CHC/District level
  • Competency assessment tool to be utilized for improving the quality of outbreak investigations and reporting (by the Epidemiologists and Surveillance Officers)
thank you

Thank you

idsp.outbreakcell@gmail.com