Trichinellosis is a foodborne infection caused by an intestinal parasite belonging to the family Trichinella. Infection can occur through eating contaminated raw or undercooked meat. Symptoms include nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. Other symptoms occur as the disease progresses, including headache, muscle soreness, fever and facial swelling. Infection can be prevented by cooking meat to appropriate temperatures.
PHO Rounds: Novel Disease Surveillance Tools for the Next Pandemic
This seminar will introduce the concept of informal disease event monitoring systems and how this type of data can and has been used to explore communicable disease epidemiological trends among forcibly displaced persons worldwide.