Influenza and self-reporting: a talk by Daniela Paolotti at Incidence, Severity and Impact of Influenza meeting in Stockholm

From 16th to 18th January, Stockholm will host the ISIRV Epidemiology Group and ECDC conference “Incidence, Severity and Impact of Influenza”. The meeting will bring together epidemiologists, clinical, researchers, as well as experts in public health, risk analysis, big data and global health.

The conference will focus on defining, assessing and monitoring incidence, severity and impact of influenza and other respiratory viruses, looking at six main topics:
- Linking clinical research and surveillance- What happens outside the hospital?- Learning from individual clinical and patient-reported outcomes- Predicting outcomes on the individual and population level- Advancing public health surveillance of severity- Epidemiological methods and challenges in high and low resource settingsISI Foundation Research Leader Daniela Paolotti will join the session about “Learning from individual clinical and patient-reported outcomes”, Thursday 17, starting at 13.30. Paolotti will talk about “Influenza and self-reporting: modelling challenges in participatory surveillance”.

Influenza and self-reporting: modelling challenges in participatory surveillance”, Daniela Paolotti at Incidence, Severity and Impact of Influenza conference, Stockholm, Thursday 17, 13.30.