GIS Disease Surveillance Monitoring Course




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This program is technically created to fit experts in job sector by imparting applicable skills that you can make use of GIS to conquer the main problems experienced during periods of an ailment outbreak, surveillance, plus monitoring. Trainees will get hands-on abilities in using GIS as something to take, manage, analyze, store, and imagine illness cases information which is geographically close.

Who Can Attend?

The program targets professionals that require skills and knowledge on the usage of RS and GIS in the organization in risk management field. Individuals are welcome from the broad range of groups such as physical planning, RS related firms, private GIS and professionals and institutions.


5 days

Course Objectives

Upon conclusion of the program, the participants will have the ability to produce a vital understanding of the various parts of a GIS as well as the job GIS plays in solving animal and epidemiological health-related issues.

Topics to be Covered

1. Introductory GIS concepts

• GIS principles as well as terminologies

• Spatial information

• Introduction to Epidemiology concepts

• Introduction to GIS contained illness surveillance

• Installation of GIS system

• GIS software applications

2. GIS information sources, information collection & Risk mapping strategies

• Data options for disease information mapping

• Mobile data compilation using ODK.

• Data compilation using handheld GPS gadgets

• Integrating GPS along with ODK info into a GIS environment

3. Disease vulnerability assessment by using GIS

 • Types and methods of risk evaluation, cost-benefit analysis, risk evaluation.

• Assessment of components at risk with GIS.

• Application of GIS within Multi needs evaluation in vulnerability evaluation.

• GIS within mapping illness leading to vector place and distribution

4. Application of Risk Information for Risk Reduction Planning

• Creation of a risk map

• Disease monitoring

• GIS mapping of main concern public health problems

• GIS mapping of nearly all vulnerable populations

• Risk mapping

• Visualization of risk info

5. GIS for checking in public health and Epidemiology

• GIS in Progression and disease transmission mapping

• GIS as a choice Support System for Public Health Management

• Use of GIS in disease surveillance

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