PPHSN Coordinating Body Focal Point
The Pacific Public Health Surveillance Network (PPHSN) was created in 1996 under the jont auspices of SPC and WHO.
SPC has been designated as the Coordinating Body Focal Point for communications and other necessary ongoing support functions.
PPHSN Coordinating Body (CB) Focal Point roles and responsibilities
The major roles and responsibilities of the PPHSN-CB Focal Point are to support the functions of the PPHSN-CB by:
1) providing a Secretariat function for the PPHSN-CB,
2) organizing PPHSN-related meetings,
3) transmitting the results of PPHSN-related meetings to the membership and other appropriate
4) representing the PPHSN at conferences and meetings, and
5) making sure minimum resources are available to at least support secretariat functions and
information dissemination, which includes PacNet and Inform’ACTION publication.
Other CB members might also undertake these roles from time to time.
Learn more about PPHSN.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 July 2012 )