Find a stories on public health surveillance, and summarize it.
Requirements: 200 words
the infringement of patients’ privacy or autonomy rights. For instance, governments and policymakers rely on patient data to determine how to address healthcare gaps in a country. When looking at health concerns such as HIV/AIDS, experts rely on data gathered from the patients to determine whether the administered drugs improve their well-being (Klinger et al., 2017). Upon collecting the data, these experts share it with respective stakeholders to brainstorm and deliberate additional steps to implement to ensure drug efficacy. Particularly in instances where the patients have to provide in-person disclosures about the drugs’ effects, to an extent, such practices leave them psychologically tortured and their confidential information exposed. Therefore, experts should identify how to enhance ethics in public health surveillance practices to safeguard the health and well-being of all patients.