Canada Communicable Disease Report (CCDR)

CCDR

The Canada Communicable Disease Report is a bilingual, open-access, peer-reviewed journal on the prevention and control of emerging and persistent infectious diseases. Learn more about CCDR.

ISSN: 1481-8531

Latest issue: Volume 50-5, May 2024: CCDR 50th Anniversary

Editorial

Canada Communicable Disease Report—50 years later
M Deilgat

Surveillance

Invasive pneumococcal disease surveillance in Canada, 2021–2022
A Griffith, AR Golden, B Lefebvre, A McGeer, GJ Tyrrell, GG Zhanel, JV Kus, L Hoang, J Minion, P Van Caeseele, H Smadi, D Haldane, Y Yu, X Ding, L Steven, J McFadzen, K Franklin, I Martin

Invasive group A streptococcal disease surveillance in Canada, 2021–2022
AR Golden, A Griffith, GJ Tyrrell, JV Kus, A McGeer, M-C Domingo, L Hoang, J Minion, P Van Caeseele, H Smadi, D Haldane, Y Yu, X Ding, L Steven, J McFadzen, C Primeau, K Franklin, I Martin

Overview

Canadian laboratory incidents with human pathogens and toxins: An overview of reports, 2016–2022
N Balbontin, A Gauthier, C Abalos, AN Davis, M Lister

Outbreak Report

Outbreak of Human Trichinellosis — Arizona, Minnesota, and South Dakota, 2022
S Cash-Goldwasser, D Ortbahn, M Narayan, C Fitzgerald, K Maldonado, J Currie, A Straily, S Sapp, HS Bishop, B Watson, M Neja, Y Qvarnstrom, DM Berman, SY Park, K Smith, S Holzbauer

An outbreak of Salmonella Infantis linked to shredded pork products from an unlicensed source in multiple health districts, Ontario, Canada, 2021
V Osasah, Y Whitfield, A Danish, A Murphy, R Mather, J Adams, A Majury, M Aloosh

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Recent Issues

Innovations in Public Health Surveillance  – March/April 2024

Innovations in Public Health Surveillance – March/April 2024

Innovations in Public Health Surveillance in Canada

 Influenza and Other Respiratory Infections – October 2023

HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections – November/December 2023

HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections

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