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Caleb Wiedeman
Caleb Wiedeman
Tennessee Department of Health
Verified email at tn.gov
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Pandemic 2009 influenza A (H1N1) virus illness among pregnant women in the United States
AM Siston, SA Rasmussen, MA Honein, AM Fry, K Seib, WM Callaghan, ...
Jama 303 (15), 1517-1525, 2010
10842010
High-risk use by patients prescribed opioids for pain and its role in overdose deaths
JAG Baumblatt, C Wiedeman, JR Dunn, W Schaffner, LJ Paulozzi, ...
JAMA internal medicine 174 (5), 796-801, 2014
2632014
Knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding Rocky Mountain spotted fever among healthcare providers, Tennessee, 2009
E Mosites, LR Carpenter, K McElroy, MJ Lancaster, TH Ngo, J McQuiston, ...
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 88 (1), 162, 2013
342013
Inadequacy of IgM antibody tests for diagnosis of Rocky Mountain spotted fever
JH McQuiston, C Wiedeman, J Singleton, LR Carpenter, K McElroy, ...
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 91 (4), 767, 2014
322014
Population survey of attitudes and beliefs regarding organic, genetically modified, and irradiated foods
JA Gwira Baumblatt, LR Carpenter, C Wiedeman, JR Dunn, W Schaffner, ...
Nutrition and health 23 (1), 7-11, 2017
72017
High-risk use by patients prescribed opioids for pain and its role in overdose deaths. JAMA Intern Med 2014; 174: 796–801
JA Gwira Baumblatt, C Wiedeman, JR Dunn, W Schaffner, LJ Paulozzi, ...
52013
Cross disciplinary consultancy to bridge public health technical needs and analytic developers: negation detection use case
M Conway, D Mowery, A Ising, S Velupillai, S Doan, J Gunn, M Donovan, ...
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 10 (2), 2018
42018
Notes from the field: monitoring out-of-state patients during a hurricane response using syndromic surveillance—Tennessee, 2017
C Wiedeman, J Shaffner, K Squires, J Leegon, R Murphree, PE Petersen
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 66 (49), 1364, 2017
42017
Surveillance, epidemiology, and estimated burden of neonatal abstinence syndrome, Tennessee, 2013-2016
J Brennan, C Wiedeman, JR Dunn, W Schaffner, TF Jones
Public Health Reports 134 (5), 537-541, 2019
32019
Monitoring out-of-state patients during a 2017 hurricane response using ESSENCE
C Wiedeman, J Shaffner, K Squires, J Leegon, R Murphree, PE Petersen
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 10 (1), 2018
22018
Comparing Automated Cluster Detection Methods for Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE): Rule-Based Versus Statistical
R Octaria, H Griffith, M Estes, C Wiedeman, A Chan, M Kainer
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 41 (S1), s27-s27, 2020
12020
Improving efficiency of COVID-19 aggregate case and death surveillance data transmission for jurisdictions: current and future role of application programming interfaces (APIs)
D Khan, M Park, S Lerma, S Soroka, D Gaughan, L Bottichio, M Bray, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2022
2022
Evaluating the Impact of Food Safety Training: A Look at the Self-Analysis for Food Excellence Program.
D Ripley, C Wiedeman, C Shepherd, DJ Irving
Journal of Environmental Health 83 (8), 2021
2021
Using Syndromic Surveillance Data to Aid Public Health Actions in Tennessee
C Wiedeman, K Morris, C Jones, MH Hopper, PE Petersen
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 11 (1), 2019
2019
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, Epidemiology and Estimated Burden—Tennessee, 2013–2016
J Brennan, C Wiedeman, JR Dunn, W Schaffner, TF Jones
2018 CSTE Annual Conference, 2018
2018
Creation of a Technical Tool to Improve Syndromic Surveillance Onboarding in Tennessee
J Leegon, C Wiedeman, V Nukala, P Petersen
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 10 (1), 2018
2018
Data Sharing Among Three States in the BioSense Platform during the 2017 US Solar Eclipse
S Hoferka, C Wiedeman, K Heitzinger, M Schardein
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 10 (1), 2018
2018
Sensitivity and Specificity of the Fever Syndromes in BioSense and ESSENCE
C Wiedeman
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 8 (1), 2016
2016
Tractable Use Cases for Collaboration in Public Health Surveillance
S Hoferka, C Wiedeman, R Lall, M Coletta, H Burkom
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 7 (1), 2015
2015
So Long and Thanks for All the EARS: Lessons Learned from Tennessee’s Ongoing Syndromic Surveillance Transition
C Wiedeman, T McKennley, G Yates, E Holt
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 7 (1), 2015
2015
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