Emerging Infections Sentinel Networks (EISN) Research

The Emerging Infections Sentinel Network (EISN) program assists awardees in operating provider-based sentinel networks.

These networks will contribute to surveillance for emerging infectious diseases, including drug-resistant, foodborne and waterborne, and vaccine-preventable or potentially vaccine-preventable

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diseases, and will enhance information exchange.

Research objectives for the provider-based sentinel networks include investigations of various emerging infections and implementation of studies to examine risk factors, determine practice guidelines, and evaluate outcomes.

This FOA specifically aims to support the collection of infectious disease (ID) data from academically affiliated emergency departments.
Related Programs

Emerging Infections Sentinel Networks

Department of Health and Human Services



Who's Eligible



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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Additional Information on Eligibility: Single Source: Olive View-UCLA Education and Research Institute

Full Opportunity Web Address:


Contact:
Amy Yangvdz9@cdc.gov

Agency Email Description:
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Agency Email:
vdz9@cdc.gov

Date Posted:
2015-10-23

Application Due Date:
2016-01-08

Archive Date:
2016-02-07


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