Evaluation of epidemiological surveillance of measles/ rubella in Haiti, 2009-2013

Autores/as

  • Wilnique Pierre

Resumen

Background: Measles and rubella are two highly contagious and serious viral diseases that affect both developed countries such as underdeveloped countries. In 1980, before the use of the vaccine became widespread, measles caused about 2.6 million deaths a year worldwide. The last cases of measles in Haiti occurred in 2001. Purpose: The last evaluation of the surveillance system (SS) of S/R by the Ministry of Health was in 2003

Biografía del autor/a

Wilnique Pierre

Ministry of Health in Haiti

Publicado

2016-10-13

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Sección

Formación del talento humano en Salud