Adjusting surveillance of emerging infectious disease threat due to climate change in the EUArchived
Adjustments to surveillance practices in the EU will enhance preparedness and public health response to emerging infectious diseases, thereby helping to contain human and economic costs. These are the conclusions of an article published this week in Science magazine, describing a study co-authored by ECDC.
Monitoring EU Emerging Infectious Disease Risk Due to Climate Change
Lindgren, E., ersson, Y., Suk, J.E., Sudre, B., Semenza, J.C
- Avian influenza virus
- Chikungunya virus disease
- Climate change
- Emerging disease
- Erythema infectiosum
- Escherichia coli infection
- Foodborne diseases
- Rift Valley fever
- Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE)
- West Nile virus infection
Early start of the west nile fever transmission season 2018 in Europe
Haussig, J.M., Young, J.J., Gossner, C.M., Mezei, E., Bella, A., Sirbu, A., Pervanidou, D., Drakulovic, M.B., Sudre, B.