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Volume 30 of the Canada Communicable Disease Report comprises of 24 biweekly issues, five Advisory Committee Statements, one Notifiable Diseases Annual Summary, and two other supplements.


Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): at a glance: HIV/AIDS surveillance to 31 December, 2003; at a glance: HIV/AIDS surveillance to 30 June, 2004

Acute Flaccid Paralysis: acute flaccid paralysis surveillance: a global platform for detecting and responding to priority infectious diseases

Announcements: 6th Canadian Immunization conference; congratulations to CCDR!

Avian Influenza: avian influenza - assessment of the current situation (30 July 2004); update; in Thailand

Cholera: cholera, 2003

Cryptosporidiosis: an outbreak of Cryptosporidium parvum in a Surrey pool with detection in pool water sampling

Drug-Resistant Organisms: the rise of penicillin-susceptible Streptococcus pneumoniae - Providence Health Care, Vancouver, 1998-2003; tuberculosis drug resistance: summary report for 2003; in British Columbia

Enteric Diseases: an assessment for the development of a national surveillance system for travel-acquired enteric disease

Escherichia coli: Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreak at a summer hockey camp, 2004; outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 associated with bathing at a public beach; petting zoo-associated Escherichia coli O157:H7 - secondary transmission, asymptomatic infection, and prolonged shedding in the classroom; severe outbreak of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in health care institutions in Charlottetown, fall, 2002; in the Montreal-Centre Region; in Prince Edward Island; in Sudbury

Hepatitis: hepatitis C virus transmission in the prison/inmate population; sex differences in injecting practices and hepatitis C: a systematic review of the literature

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): at a glance: HIV/AIDS surveillance to 31 December, 2003; at a glance: HIV/AIDS surveillance to 30 June, 2004

Immunization: a National Immunization Strategy; measuring up: results from the National Immunization Coverage Survey, 2002; national eligible, due, and overdue guidelines for immunization registries: draft recommendations from the Canadian Immunization Registry Network, Data Standards Task Group

Influenza: active surveillance for influenza infection in children; Stollery children's hospital, 2003-2004 season; effectiveness of inactivated vaccine in long-term care institutions, 2003-2004; influenza vaccination; in Toronto

International proposals: commission publishes proporal for establishing a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

Internet Access and Health: WHO web sites on infectious diseases - updated on 11 June 2004

Measles: epidemiology of measles, 2001-2003; in the United States

Meningitis: enhanced surveillance of invasive meningococcal disease in Canada: 1 January, 1999, through 31 December, 2001

Notifiable Diseases Summary: Vol. 30-04, 30-11, 30-21

Oculo-respiratory syndrome (ORS): safety of revaccination of patients affected by the oculo-respiratory syndrome (ORS) following influenza vaccination

Pertussis: clarification: prevention of pertussis in adolescents and adults; difficulties associated with pertussis surveillance

Poliomyelitis: mass immunization campaign launched to protect 15 million children from polio, as outbreak spreads across West Africa; progress towards poliomyelitis eradication, January 2003 to March 2004; tenth informal consultation on the global polio laboratory network, 6-8 September 2004; in Nigeria Vol. 30-01, 30-10

Publications: information on pan american health organization (PAHO) publications; update to the 2002 Canadian Immunization Guide

Rabies: update: investigation of rabies infections in organ donor and transplant recipients - Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, 2004

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS): thermal image scanners to detect fever in airline passengers, Vancouver and Toronto, 2003

Shigellosis: antibiotics in the management of shigellosis

Smallpox Virus: smallpox vaccination of laboratory workers

Streptococcal Infections: the rise of penicillin-susceptible Streptococcus pneumoniae - Providence Health Care, Vancouver, 1998-2003; in British Columbia

Surveillance: active surveillance for influenza infection in children; Stollery children's hospital, 2003-2004 season; acute flaccid paralysis surveillance: a global platform for detecting and responding to priority infectious diseases; an assessment for the development of a national surveillance system for travel-acquired enteric disease; difficulties associated with pertussis surveillance; enhanced surveillance of invasive meningococcal disease in Canada: 1 January, 1999, through 31 December, 2001

Telephone Surveys: an introductory letter in advance of a telephone survey may increase response rate

Tuberculosis: tuberculosis drug resistance: summary report for 2003; tuberculosis in Canada: 2002 pre-release

Vaccination: influenza vaccination; mass immunization campaign launched to protect 15 million children from polio, as outbreak in Nigeria spreads across West Africa; safety of revaccination of patients affected by the oculo-respiratory syndrome (ORS) following influenza vaccination; smallpox vaccination of laboratory workers

Vaccine: effectiveness of inactivated trivalent influenza vaccine in long-term care institutions, 2003-2004; global advisory committee on vaccine safety, 11-12 June, 2003; in Toronto

Waterborne Diseases: outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 associated with bathing at a public beach; revised WHO drinking-water guidelines to help prevent water-related outbreaks and disease; in the Montreal-Centre Region

West Nile virus: assessment of surveillance of human West Nile virus infection, 2003; in Quebec

Yellow Fever: yellow fever; in Venezuela


ADVISORY COMMITTEE STATEMENT (ACS)


2004 CCDR SUPPLEMENTS

  • 30S3  Notifiable Diseases Annual Summary - 2001
    December 2004


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