Identification

Name

Border Infectious Disease Surveillance Project

Short name

BIDS

Status

Active

Category

System

People
(1) Maureen Fonseca-Ford, mrf5@cdc.gov
(2) Dan Reed, dmr6@cdc.gov
Organizations
(1) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Update frequency

Monthly

Created

2012-10-03 18:18:07+00:00

Modified

2015-10-27 02:47:28.314566+00:00

Basic Information

Overview

The Border Infectious Disease Surveillance (BIDS) is a network of selected clinical sites that conduct surveillance for infectious diseases along the border region. BIDS is designed, implemented and conducted by public health agencies on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

Goals
(1) Baseline awareness
(2) Early detection
(3) Situational awareness
URL http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/9/1/02-0047_article.htm

Disease and Geography

Locations
(1) Arizona
(2) California
(3) El Paso
(4) Harlingen
(5) Imperial County
(6) Las Cruces
(7) McAllen
(8) Mexico
(9) New Mexico
(10) Nogales
(11) San Diego
(12) Texas
(13) Tucson
(14) United States of America
Geography

No

Diseases
(1) Dengue
(2) Hepatitis A
(3) Hepatitis B
(4) Hepatitis C
(5) Hepatitis D
(6) Hepatitis E
(7) Measles
(8) Rubella
(9) Varicella

Datastreams

Data sources
(1) Clinic/Health Care Provider Records
(2) Laboratory Records
(3) Official Reports
(4) Official Reports
(5) Official Reports