Communicable disease surveillance and response systems. Guide to monitoring and evaluating

1 – Introduction
2 – Overview of monitoring and evaluation of surveillance & response systems
3 – Components of surveillance & response systems for M & E
4 – Practical steps to monitor surveillance and response systems
5 – Practical steps to evaluate surveillance and response systems

Bibliography
Annex 1 – Key definitions in M & E
Annex 2 – Summary of existing communicable disease surveillance guidelines
Annex 3a – Template to guide identification and development of M & E indicators for communicable disease surveillance systems
Annex 3b – Abbreviations used in the tables
Annex 3c – Proposed list of indicators for M & E 
Annex 4 – Methods of data collection for M & E
Annex 5 – Sample tools for compiling data for M & E 

Communicable disease surveillance and response systems- Guide to monitoring and evaluating
http://www.who.int/csr/resources/publications/surveillance/WHO_CDS_EPR_LYO_2006_2.pdf?ua=1

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