[WWW - 2021.12.16]
Identifying and Definitional Attributes
Identifier
QH 020021
Version
1
Metadata Item Type
Information Asset
Metadata Set Type
Data Collection
Approval Status
Current
01-Jan-1995 
Superseded
18-Jun-2019 
Approval Type
Documented
Approving Authority
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Effective From
01-Jan-1995
Effective To
30-Jun-2019
Description
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Short Name
Salmonella Data Collection
Strategic Alignment Attributes
Actual or potential statewide coverage
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Absence would cause significant impact on QH business
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Supports enterprise-wide decision making
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Supports enterprise-wide reporting requirements
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Supports the strategic directions of QH
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Strategic Asset Indicator
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Collection and Usage Attributes
Guide for Use
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Purpose
Demographic, epidemiology, human or non-human, identification and serotype of all salmonella isolates.
Scope
All age groups in Queensland, plus Northern NSW.
Coverage
QLD
Content
Name (or animal species, food type), age, sex, city, postcode, site, address, overseas acquired, human (or not), Salmonella sp and serotype.
Sites Implemented
Public Health Microbiology Laboratory.
Published Outputs
Only one Annual Report available.
Frequency of Updates
Continuous
Information Security Classification
PROTECTED
Accessibility
At the discretion of the Director. Data supplied weekly to Communicable Diseases Unit and Queensland Public Health Units.
Access Constraints
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Use Constraints
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Methodology
Data collected from request forms and analyses performed in the laboratory on samples submitted for analysis.
Statistical Unit
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Reporting Requirements
Reports to QHPSS and private pathology labs.
Frequency of Reporting Requirements
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Comments
Only of interest to public health professionals.
Relational Attributes
Related Metadata References
Has been superseded by Salmonella Data Collection QH 020021 Version 2
Implementation in
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Included Data Elements and Performance Indicators
Data Quality Declaration
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Source and Reference Attributes
Source Systems
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Source Organisation
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Source Document
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Keywords

Notifiable condition; Salmonella