U.S. EPA: Public Health Surveillance for Detecting Drinking Water Contamina...

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Public Health Surveillance (PHS) is a component of a Water Quality Surveillance and Response System. PHS
involves the analysis of public health data to detect an increase in disease or illness in a community, and an
investigation to determine whether the increase in illness may be due to drinking water contamination.

This interactive training webinar will help drinking water professionals to:

  • Learn about common public health partners and surveillance practices

  • Learn how to work with public health partners to leverage existing public health surveillance capabilities to monitor for possible drinking water contamination

  • Find out where to access resources to learn more about public health surveillance

Please note: EPA will use your registration information solely for this event. We will not share your information with any third party.

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