Open Journal of Preventive Medicine

Volume 11, Issue 7 (July 2021)

ISSN Print: 2162-2477   ISSN Online: 2162-2485

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Discussion on the Information Collection Methods of Public Health Emergency Files

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DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2021.117026    49 Downloads   170 Views  


In public health emergencies, the collection of archival information in the area of public health emergencies is very important, which can provide a reference for the early warning and processing mechanism. At the present stage, the unlimited demand of archival users for resources and the convenience of obtaining resources have become the two driving forces to promote the “transformation” and “growth” of archives. Public health emergencies, the transformation of archives collection and service mode, social media has become an indispensable platform for user information exchange, sharing and transmission, which requires archives to change the mode of archives acquisition and storage. Archival users require more interactive, targeted and cutting-edge forms of access and archival services are also developing toward diversified functions and connotations. Archival information resource sharing is also an important link in this development trend. This paper attempts to analyze the collection methods of archives departments in public health emergencies, and then puts forward the corresponding measures for archives departments to play their functions, such as flexibly solving the needs of archives access, strengthening the development of information resources, doing a good job in the collection of relevant archives, and publicizing archives work in combination with hot spots. This paper discusses the completeness of archival data collection, the means of archival management, the scientific classification of archival data, the ways of archival data collection and so on.

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Wang, W. , Lin, M. , Song, W. , Huang, F. and Wang, B. (2021) Discussion on the Information Collection Methods of Public Health Emergency Files. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 11, 325-333. doi: 10.4236/ojpm.2021.117026.

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