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Table 1 Scores of IHR core capacities reported by country in 2016 and 2017

From: Are countries’ self-reported assessments of their capacity for infectious disease control reliable? Associations among countries’ self-reported international health regulation 2005 capacity assessments and infectious disease control outcomes

 Self-reported IHR Scores
2016 (N of countries = 72)2017 (N of countries = 84)
MeanSDRangeN of country scored 100MeanSDRangeN of country scored 100
IHR core capacitites
 Legislation84.6129.360~1004585.3128.100~10048
 Coordination91.8813.8420~1003790.1819.800~10045
 Surveillance93.5510.530~1002690.2812.0925~10020
 Response88.8820.110~1002986.1023.596~10025
 Preparedness87.5921.750~1002983.0027.330~10032
 Risk communication90.0118.1214~1003986.3124.5514~10039
 Human resources80.6124.940~1003177.3126.420~10034
 Laboratory85.4418.6239~1002490.3517.3117~10027
 Points of entry75.5634.90~1001268.2337.700~10011
 Zoonosis94.4212.8633~1004991.9515.4522~10049
 Food safety83.1618.570~1003085.2122.300~10036
Average score of 8 core capacities*87.8215.4635.38~100886.1119.6924.13~1006
  1. * 8 core capacities included legislation, coordination, surveillance, response, preparedness, risk communication, human resources and laboratory