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The Importance of Incentives: Strategies for Excellent Surveillance

In this lecture, Svea Closser discusses the importance in incentives for achieving quality surveillance. (Step 2.15)

Svea Closser, MPH, PhD
Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Reflect on the strategies presented in the lecture on ways to conduct surveillance in hard-to-reach regions. Now think of your own work or educational context.

What can be possible strategies for conducting surveillance in hard-to-reach areas in your country or context?

Make a list of at least two ideas. Please take a moment to share these in the discussion.

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