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Productive disruption: opportunities and challenges for innovation in infectious disease surveillance

Productive disruption: opportunities and challenges for innovation in infectious disease surveillance
Productive disruption: opportunities and challenges for innovation in infectious disease surveillance
* New innovations that could transform infectious disease surveillance and control, including the use of Big Data, mobile health approaches and cutting edge quantitative methods, offer hope for disrupting traditional health systems and improving health worldwide.

* Much has been made of their potential, but very few have been translated successfully into policy or scaled up to a population level.

* We argue that there is currently a lack of integration of new approaches, making them unsustainable or unrealistic for most national control programmes and that the gulf between academia and policy makers remains a major barrier to their implementation.

* We propose that these innovations must be designed with direct input from national control programmes and embedded within already existing health systems.
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Buckee, Caroline O., Cardenas, Maria I E, Corpuz, June, Ghosh, Arpita, Haque, Farhana, Karim, Jahirul, Mahmud, Ayesha S, Maude, Richard J, Mensah, Keitly, Motaze, Nkengafac Villyen, Nabaggala, Maria, Eland Metcalfe, Charlotte Jessica, Mioramalala, Sedera Aurelien, Mubiru, Frank, Peak, Corey M, Pramanik, Santanu, Rakotondramanga, Jean Marius, Remera, Eric, Sinha, Ipsita, Sovannaroth, Siv, Tatem, Andrew and Zaw, Win (2018) Productive disruption: opportunities and challenges for innovation in infectious disease surveillance. BMJ Global Health, 1-6. (doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2017-000538).

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Abstract

* New innovations that could transform infectious disease surveillance and control, including the use of Big Data, mobile health approaches and cutting edge quantitative methods, offer hope for disrupting traditional health systems and improving health worldwide.

* Much has been made of their potential, but very few have been translated successfully into policy or scaled up to a population level.

* We argue that there is currently a lack of integration of new approaches, making them unsustainable or unrealistic for most national control programmes and that the gulf between academia and policy makers remains a major barrier to their implementation.

* We propose that these innovations must be designed with direct input from national control programmes and embedded within already existing health systems.

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Accepted/In Press date: 17 November 2017
e-pub ahead of print date: 19 February 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 418417
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/418417
ISSN: 2059-7908
PURE UUID: e5c68c9c-65a6-454f-9fe6-4f7f2d3227fe
ORCID for Andrew Tatem: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7270-941X

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Date deposited: 08 Mar 2018 17:30
Last modified: 19 Mar 2019 01:31

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Author: Caroline O. Buckee
Author: Maria I E Cardenas
Author: June Corpuz
Author: Arpita Ghosh
Author: Farhana Haque
Author: Jahirul Karim
Author: Ayesha S Mahmud
Author: Richard J Maude
Author: Keitly Mensah
Author: Nkengafac Villyen Motaze
Author: Maria Nabaggala
Author: Charlotte Jessica Eland Metcalfe
Author: Sedera Aurelien Mioramalala
Author: Frank Mubiru
Author: Corey M Peak
Author: Santanu Pramanik
Author: Jean Marius Rakotondramanga
Author: Eric Remera
Author: Ipsita Sinha
Author: Siv Sovannaroth
Author: Andrew Tatem ORCID iD
Author: Win Zaw

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