Q Fever is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii. Reservoir animals include sheep, cattle, goats, cats and dogs. It is transmitted to humans by inhaling dust contaminated by infected animals’ urine, milk, feces and other fluids or by direct contact with these contaminated items. Symptoms include fever, chills, headache, weakness and muscle pain.
PHO Rounds: Novel Disease Surveillance Tools for the Next Pandemi
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.