Perspectives on the Department of Defense Global Emerging Infections Surveillance and Response System: A Program Review describes the capacity, quality, and effectiveness of the international and domestic facilities and programs that are a part of a DoD system to monitor and address emerging infectious diseases globally. The committee concludes that the goals of the system are in U.S. military, U.S. civilian, and global public health interests and that substantial progress has been made toward achieving system goals.
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|2 GEIS at Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, Peru||29-46|
|3 GEIS at Naval Medical Research Unit 2, Indonesia||47-64|
|4 GEIS at Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences (AFRIMS), Thailand||65-82|
|5 GEIS at Naval Medical Research Unit 3, Egypt||83-98|
|6 GEIS at U.S. Army Medical Research Unit, Kenya||99-120|
|7 GEIS Central Hub and Military Health System Activities||121-158|
|8 Summary Conclusions and Recommendations||159-176|
|Appendix: Committee Member and Staff Biographical Summaries||187-190|
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