Identification

Name

Arctic Investigations Program- International Circumpolar Surveillance Network

Short name

AIP

Status

Active

Category

Collective

People
(1) Alan Parkinson, Deputy Director, Arctic investigations Program, Coordinator of International Ci
Organizations
(1) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Update frequency

Not Applicable

Created

2014-07-09 15:43:33+00:00

Modified

2016-07-06 20:24:31.149265+00:00

Basic Information

Overview

AIP is CDC's collective infectious disease field station for the Arctic located in Anchorage, Alaska. Their mission is the prevention of infectious diseases in people of the Arctic and sub-Arctic. AIP conducts infectious disease surveillance, evaluates prevention services, and conducts applied research in collaboration with partners.

Goals
(1) Baseline awareness
Year start

1998

URL http://www.cdc.gov/ncezid/dpei/aip/
URL (alternate) http://www.cdc.gov/ncezid/dpei/aip/priority-areas.html
Related system
(1) International Circumpolar Surveillance (ICS)

Disease and Geography

Locations
(1) Alaska
(2) Canada
(3) Finland
(4) Greenland
(5) Iceland
(6) Norway
(7) Sweden
(8) United States of America
Geography

No

Diseases
(1) Hepatitis A
(2) Hepatitis B
(3) Human papillomavirus
(4) Influenza
(5) Strep throat
Disease properties
(1) Emerging or re-emerging
(2) Vaccine preventable

Datastreams

Data sources
(1) Laboratory Records
(2) Official Reports