DPH: The Connecticut Epidemiologist Newsletter

The Connecticut Epidemiologist Newsletter

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All Newsletters are in PDF format.

The Connecticut Epidemiologist Newsletter has been produced by the Connecticut Department of Public Health, since 1982.  It is an important tool for the Division of Infectious Diseases in supplying current disease information to primary care physicians, infection control practitioners, and other health professionals, and is available for electronic distribution. Issues for the current year can be found below. To review past issues, please click here.
 
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2016
 
Volume/Issue Number
Date Published
Index
 Vol.36, No.3
April
2016
  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis Laboratory Testing Practices-Connecticut, January 2014-June 2015
  • Rabies Testing of Domestic and Wild Animals-Connecticut, 2014-2015
 Vol.36, No.2
February
2016
  • Changes to the Lists of Reportable Diseases, Emergency Illnesses and Health Conditions, and Reportable Laboratory Findings
  • An Outbreak of Norovirus Among Students and Staff of an Academic Institution - Connecticut, October 2015
  • A Pilot Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Program for the Prevention of HIV - Connecticut, January-June, 2015
 Vol.36, No.1
 January 2016
  • Reportable Diseases, Emergency Illnesses and Health Conditions, and Reportable Laboratory Findings - Changes for 2016
  • Changes to Both the List of Reportable Diseases, Emergency Illnesses and Health Conditions, and the List of Reportable Laboratory Findings
  • Changes to the List of Reportable Diseases, Emergency Illnesses and Health Conditions
  • Changes to the List of Reportable Laboratory Findings
  • List of Reportable Diseases, Emergency Illnesses and Health Conditions - 2016
  • List of Reportable Laboratory Findings - 2016
  • Persons Required to Report Reportable Diseases, Emergency Illnesses and Health Conditions, and Reportable Laboratory Findings
  • Important Notice on Reporting Forms and Methods
 





To contact the Epidemiology and Emerging Infections Program, please call 860-509-7994.





 




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