The European Commission co-funded project SIDARTHa (Grant Agreement No. 2007208) for the first time systematically explored the use of emergency data to provide a basis for syndromic surveillance in Europe. The project is an initiative of the European Emergency Data Research Network and ran officially until December 2010. The initiative is maintained by the EED Network.
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Presentations online: Workshop "Improving public health information systems across Europe: Which contribution of syndromic surveillance?" at the European Public Health Conference, Brussels/Belgium; organised by consortia of the three EU projects on syndromic surveillance SIDARTHa, EuroMOMO and Triple-S (latest update: Jan 2014)