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Belize Basic Health Indicators 2008

Belize Basic Health Indicators 2008

Excerpt:

"One responsibility of the Epidemiology Unit, Ministry of Health, is to conduct Epidemiological Surveillance which corresponds to a process of continuous evaluation of the public health situation based on the compilation, analysis and interpretation of information. It is also responsible for converting this into a fundamental strategic tool for decision-making, such as for the necessary and opportune prevention and control, that is, information for action. This information disseminated by the surveillance system can also be used for immediate public health action, program planning, evaluation of health situation and trends and formulating research hypotheses."

 

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