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Norway Surveillance System for Communicable Diseases

Series type 
Epi surveillance
Geography 
Time period 
1975 - 1975

The Norwegian Surveillance System for Communicable Diseases (MSIS) is run by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH/FHI), and has monitored notifiable infectious diseases in humans in Norway since it became national in 1975. Data are submitted to the system by doctors and laboratories. The NIPH/FHI disseminates MSIS statistics by year in annual reports, and via customizable tables from the MSIS online Statistics Bank. Tables can be downloaded starting from 1977 (2005 for chlamydia) by disease, month and year of diagnosis, age, county, and place of infection.

Sources:

  1. "MSIS - purpose, history and right of access," https://www.fhi.no/hn/helseregistre-og-registre/msis/msis---meldingssyst...
  2. "Reportable diseases in MSIS," https://www.fhi.no/hn/helseregistre-og-registre/msis/meldingspliktige-sy...
  3. "MSIS Statistikk," http://www.msis.no/

Last updated: 12.2.2016

Norway Surveillance System for Communicable Diseases Dataset Records

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