Research and analysis

Syndromic surveillance: weekly summaries for 2019

This weekly summary highlights changes in the number of people visiting GPs, going to emergency departments and calling NHS 111.

Documents

Syndromic surveillance summary: 17 January 2019 week 2

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Syndromic surveillance summary: 10 January 2019 week 1

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Public Health England collects and analyses health-related syndromic surveillance data and important public health messages, and publishes weekly summaries.

These summaries help GPs and other public health professionals identify trends and prepare for public health threats, like high levels of flu or heat-related illnesses.

Previous years’ weekly summaries are also available for:

Published 10 January 2019
Last updated 17 January 2019 + show all updates
  1. Added summary for week 2, 2019.
  2. First published.