Publications

Peer Reviews Publications

VanStone NA, Belanger P, Moore KM, Caudle JM.  Socioeconomic composition of low-acuity emergency department users in Ontario.  Can Fam Physician.  2014 Apr;60:355-62.

Hall G, Perry A, van Dijk A, Moore KM. Influenza assessment centres: a case study of pandemic preparedness to alleviate excess emergency department volume. CJEM. 2013; 15(4): 198-205.

Hall G, Krahn T, Majury A, van Dijk A, Evans G, Moore K, Maier A. Emergency department surveillance as a proxy for the prediction of circulating respiratory viral disease in Eastern Ontario. Can J Infect Dis Med Microbiol. 2013; 24(3): 150-154.

Tozer AP, Belanger P, Moore KM, Caudle J.  Socioeconomic status of emergency department users in Ontario, 2003 to 2009.  CJEM.  2013;15(0):1-7.

Chen D, Cunningham J, Moore KM, Tian J.  Spatial and temporal aberration detection methods for disease outbreaks in syndromic surveillance systems.  Annals of GIS.  2011;17(4): 211-220.

Perry AG, Korenberg MJ, Hall GG, Moore KM. Modeling and Syndromic Surveillance for Estimating Weather-Induced Heat-Related Illness. Journal of Environmental and Public Health. 2011: 2011.

Fan C, van Dijk A, Fernando D, Hall JN, Wynn A, Gemmill I, Moore KM. Automated Mortality Surveillance in South-Eastern Ontario for Pandemic Influenza Preparedness. CJPH. 2010;101(6):459-463.

Perry AG, Moore KM, Levesque LE, Pickett CWL, Korenberg MJ. A Comparison of Methods for Forecasting Emergency Department Visits for Respiration Illness Using Telehealth Ontario Calls. CJEM. 2010;101(6).
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Moore KM, Sivilotti ML. Are you vaccinating your children? CJEM. 2010;12(1):14-5.

Edgar B, Buehler JW, Moore KM. Canadian and United States Cross-Border Collaboration for Syndromic Surveillance: Overview and Recommendations from an International Society for Disease Surveillance. Advances in Disease Surveillance. 2009;7(3).

van Dijk A, Aramini J, Edge G, Moore K. Real-time surveillance for respiratory disease outbreaks, Ontario, Canada.Emerging Infectious Disease 2009; 15(5):799-801

Caudle JM, van Dijk A, Rolland E, Moore K. Telehealth Ontario detection of gastrointestinal illness outbreaksCanadian Journal of Public Health 2009; 100(4):253-57

Moore KM, Edgar BL, McGuinness D.  Implementation of an automated, real-time public health surveillance system linking emergency departments and health units:  rationale and methodology.  CJEM.  2008 Mar;10(2):114-9.

Tara L. Donovan, MSc; Kieran M. Moore, MD; Elizabeth G. VanDenKerkhof, DrPH. Employee Absenteeism Based on Occupational Health Visits in an Urban Tertiary Care Hospital. PHNJ 2008;25(6):565-575.

Van Dijk, A.; McGuinness, D.; Rolland, E.; Moore, K. Can Telehealth Ontario respiratory call volume be used as a proxy for emergency department respiratory visit surveillance by public health?Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 2008;10(1):18-24.

Kieran M Moore, Graham Edge, Andrew R Kurc. Visualization techniques and graphical user interfaces in syndromic surveillance systems. Summary from the Disease Surveillance Workshop, Sept. 11?12, 2007; Bangkok, Thailand. BMC Proceedings 2008;2(Suppl 3):S6.

Rolland, E.; Moore,K.; Robinson,V.A.; McGuinness,D. Using Ontario’s “Telehealth” health telephone helpline as an early-warning system: a study protocol BMC Health Serv Res. 2006 Feb 15;6:10.

Moore, K. Real-time syndrome surveillance in Ontario, Canada: the potential use of emergency departments and Telehealth. Eur J Emerg Med. 2004 Feb;11(1):1-2.

 


Grey Literature

VanStone N, Wu CC, van Dijk A, Belanger P, Moore KM. Syndromic Surveillance Report: Validation of the EDSS System’s Categorization of Syndromes. 2014.

 


Abstracts

Cross Border Syndromic Surveillance- Overview and Recommendations from an ISDS Consultation Held in Kingston,
Ontario Canada, June 11-12th, 2007
(Sixth Annual International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Indianapolis IN)


Can Monitoring Telehealth Ontario Respiratory Call Volume be a Component of an Effective Public Health Influenza
Surveillance Strategy?
(Sixth Annual International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Indianapolis IN)


Can Telehealth Ontario Respiratory Call Volume be Used as a Proxy for Emergency Department Respiratory Visit Surveillance
by Public Health?
(Sixth Annual International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Indianapolis IN)


Ontario’s Telehealth: A Novel Syndromic Surveillance System
(Sixth Annual International Society for Disease
Surveillance Conference, Indianapolis IN)

Acute
Care Alerting and Integrated Public Health Investigation and Response
to Syndromic Surveillance Alerts
(Fifth Annual International
Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Baltimore MD)

Emergency
Department Surveillance of Alcohol-related Violence Injuries Enable
Event Monitoring and Management
(Fifth Annual International
Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Baltimore MD)

Early
Detection and Integrated Response to Seasonal Influenza
(Fifth
Annual International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference,
Baltimore MD)

Maximum
Entropy Models in Chief Complaint Classification
(Fifth Annual
International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Baltimore
MD)

Absenteeism
Among Employees in a Southeastern Ontario Hospital: A Novel Application
of Syndromic Surveillance
(Fifth Annual
International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Baltimore
MD)

Emergency
Syndromic Surveillance: Adapting Real-Time Outbreak and Disease
Surveillance (RODS) for Public Health in Canada.
(Fourth Annual
International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Seattle
WA)

Integration
of Real-Time Hospital Admissions, Febrile Respiratory Illness
Screening and Triage Acuity Score into an Emergency Department
Syndromic Surveillance System
(Fourth Annual International
Society for Disease Surveillance Conference, Seattle WA)

Multi-sectored
Approach to Evaluation of a Syndromic Surveillance System

(Fourth Annual International Society for Disease Surveillance
Conference, Seattle WA)


Automated mortality surveillance in South-Eastern Ontario for
Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
Rationale And Methodology

Environmental Heat Monitoring and Heat Illness Surveillance

 


Additional Publications of Interest

GIS Mapping of Occupational Health Visits in an Urban Tertiary Care Hospital. (ESRI Canada)
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