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 45–11, November 7, 2019: Sexually transmitted infections among MSM

Survey

Canadian results from the European Men-who-have-sex-with-men Internet survey (EMIS-2017)
N Brogan, DM Paquette, NJ Lachowsky, M Blais, DJ Brennan, TA Hart, B Adam

Surveillance

Newly diagnosed cases of HIV in those aged 50 years and older and those less than 50: 2008–2017
N Haddad, A Robert, N Popovic, O Varsaneux, M Edmunds, L Jonah, W Siu, A Weeks, C Archibald

Survey

Public health investigation of infection prevention and control complaints in Ontario, 2015–2018
G Cadieux, C Brown, H Sachdeva

Surveillance

Increase in detection of Corynebacterium diphtheriae in Canada: 2006–2019
KA Bernard, AL Pacheco, T Burdz, D Wiebe

Infographic

Infectious syphilis in Canada, 2018

ID News

Antimicrobial resistance: We are up against natural selection – the time to act is now

Increase of XDR Typhoid fever in travellers returning from Pakistan

Language matters: Using respectful language in relation to sexual health, substance use, STBBIs

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Recent Issues

Open Science / Open Data:
October 2019

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Benefits and challenges of Open Data

Outbreaks:
September 2019

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Challenges investigating Cyclospora and E. coli outbreaks linked to food

Zoonotic diseases:
July/August 2019

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The Echinococcus tapeworm thrives in coyotes and dogs – and the T. gondii parasite thrives in lynx and cats

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