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 45-5, May 2, 2019: Climate change and infectious diseases: The solutions

Editorial

The health effects of climate change: Know the risks and become part of the solutions
C Howard, P Huston

Overviews

Risk assessment strategies for early detection and prediction of infectious disease outbreaks associated with climate change
EE Rees, V Ng, P Gachon, A Mawudeku, D McKenney, J Pedlar, D Yemshanov, J Parmely, J Knox

Weather-based forecasting of mosquito-borne disease outbreaks in Canada
NH Ogden, LR Lindsay, A Ludwig, AP Morse, H Zheng, H Zhu

Using Earth observation images to inform risk assessment and mapping of climate change-related infectious diseases
SO Kotchi, C Bouchard, A Ludwig, EE Rees, S Brazeau

Quebec’s Multi-Party Observatory on Zoonoses and Adaptation to Climate Change
G Germain, A Simon, J Arsenault, G Baron, C Bouchard, D Chaumont, F El Allaki, A Kimpton, B Lévesque, A Massé, M Mercier, NH Ogden, I Picard, A Ravel, JP Rocheleau, J Soto for Quebec’s Multi-Party Observatory on Zoonoses and Adaptation to Climate Change

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Recent Issues

Climate Change: The challenges:
April 2019

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Learn about the increased risk of infectious diseases due to climate change

Multidrug resistant gonorrhea:
February/March 2019

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Find out how to stop the spread of multidrug resistant gonorrhea

Challenges in infection control:
January 2019

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Learn about infection prevention in personal services settings, and more!

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