Community-based surveillance: A scoping review

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Community-based surveillance: A scoping review
Involving community members in identifying and reporting health events for public health surveillance purposes, an approach commonly described as community-based surveillance (CBS), is increasingly gaining interest. We conducted a scoping review to list terms and definitions used to characterize CBS, to identify and summarize available guidance and recommendations, and to map information on past and existing in-country CBS systems.
José Guerra, Pratikshya Acharya, Céline Barnadas
Research Article | published 12 Apr 2019 PLOS ONE