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“…Quanto à notificação inadequada, estudo aponta que há dificuldade por parte dos profissionais em realizar essa notificação, visto que em alguns casos se desconhece tal processo. 31 Dessa forma, ressalta-se à necessidade de avaliações formativas que promovam o aprimoramento do processo de notificação desses casos 32 .…”
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“…Quanto à notificação inadequada, estudo aponta que há dificuldade por parte dos profissionais em realizar essa notificação, visto que em alguns casos se desconhece tal processo. 31 Dessa forma, ressalta-se à necessidade de avaliações formativas que promovam o aprimoramento do processo de notificação desses casos 32 .…”
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“…The problem of incomplete data has been identified in other studies, which offer strategies to minimize the situation and strengthen epidemiological surveillance: the technical training of health teams working in health services where the incidence of the disease and underreported or incomplete data of cases is most exxpressive 25 , and the allocation of people with training in health surveillance to collaborate in the investigation and follow-up of cases 26 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Dengue is a major public health problem in Brazil and is endemic in all regions of the country, with mandatory notification to the Brazilian Notifiable Diseases Information System (SINAN). SINAN was started in 1990, and the system was introduced countrywide in 1994 to collect and process individual notification forms and the follow-up of cases (three levels: municipality, state and federal government) [13][14][15][16]. According to SINAN, approximately 9.5 million dengue cases were notified between 2000 and 2015 in Brazil, with the number of notified cases increasing from approximately 696,000 in 2002 to 1.68 million cases in 2015 [17][18][19].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%