CEZD provides early warning notifications of emerging and zoonotic disease threats through the integration of multidisciplinary member perspectives and automated information mining.
CEZD enables Canada to better anticipate, mitigate, and manage pending disease threats on its society, economy, environment, and animal resources.
CEZD supports Canada’s early warning, preparedness, and response capabilities for emerging and zoonotic diseases.
CEZD utilizes KIWI technology's sense making algorithm to perform automated environmental scanning and filtration of emerging and zoonotic disease signals.
Community member perspectives are integrated via anticipatory signal ratings within KIWI order to determine signal relevance to Canada.
Signals identified as relevant, based on rating threshold, are included in weekly intelligence reports, with some undergoing further assessment.
Signals which require further assessment are evaluated by members with issue-specific expertise to determine analytical and reporting needs.
All CEZD intelligence reports and products are shared with the broad animal and public health communities/networks across Canada.
Monitoring and reviewing zoonotic and emerging disease signals in order to identify future threats.
CNPHI's Ping technology is used to gather timely feedback from experts across Canada on issues related to emerging and zoonotic diseases.
Multidisciplinary analytical methods generating intelligence products.
Emerging and zoonotic disease related events and webinars.