About Canada Communicable Disease Report

Canada’s “go to” source for the latest information on infectious diseases

The Canada Communicable Disease Report (CCDR) is a bilingual online, scientific peer-reviewed journal published by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). It is geared to both clinicians and public health professionals and publishes the latest statistics on infectious disease trends in Canada, advisory committee statements, original research and rapid communications. It is one of the most accessed scientific publications on the PHAC website. All content is open access, and free of charge for both readers and authors. In 2017, CCDR will be published monthly with combined issues for March/April and July/August for a total of 10 issues. Subscribe and receive an email notification of the table of contents of new issues.

Editorial Team

  • Patricia Huston, MD, MPH
    Editor-in-Chief
  • Hilary Robinson, MB ChB, MSc, FRCPC
    Associate Editor
  • Toju Ogunremi, BSc, MSc
    Editorial Fellow
  • Dena Schanzer, PhD
    Statistical Consultant
  • Wendy Patterson
    Production Editor
  • Jacob Amar
    Editorial Assistant
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