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The Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin

Details:

Title

The Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin

Creator

Territory Health Services, Centre for Disease Control

Collection

Northern Territory disease control bulletin; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Northern Territory disease control bulletin

Date

2002-03

Location

Casuarina

Notes

Date:2002-03; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Communicable diseases; Reporting; Northern Territory; Statistics; Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Casuarina

Series

Northern Territory disease control bulletin

Volume

v. 9 no. 1

File type

application/pdf

ISSN

1440-883X

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233806

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/655675

Page content

The Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin Vol 9, No.1, March 2002 33 TB 3(3) Pertussis 1(7,8) Case report 1(9) Outbreak 2(4); 8(4) Vaccination coverage in the NT 8(4) Pneumococcal disease 2(5) Awareness campaign 2(8) Conjugate pneumococcal vaccine 8(2) Conjugate pneumococcal vaccine coverage 8(4) Feasibility study for the NT Pneumococcal Vaccine Trial 7(1) Vaccine 2(2) Whats new for prevention of invasive pneumococcal disease? 8(1) Pneumonia (community-acquired) Treatment 1(9); 5(4), 7(4) Population Health initiatives The Population Health Education for Clinicians Project 8(2) Psittacosis 3(3) Q fever The first notified case in the NT 9(1) Respiratory illness in 2 Darwin schools 4(3) Rheumatic fever Menzies School of Health Research - projects 3(2) The Top End rheumatic heart disase control program I. Report on program objectives 8(2) The Top End rheumatic heart disase control program II. Rates of rheumatic heart disease and acute rheumatic fever 8(2) Rheumatic heart disease 2(5) Program 4(4); 8(2) Standards of care in Aboriginal communities 2(5) Ross River Virus 1(1,2,4,7,8); 2(1), 4(1) Case reports 2(6) Rotavirus 2(2); 8(3) Rubella 1(6) Encephalitis 2(1) Salmonella The 1996 national outbreak of Salmonella mbandaka 4(2) Outbreak linked to a marine turtle 5(4) Salmonalla kinondoni [brief report] 5(4) Scabies 1(10) Community control of scabies and skin sores 4(3) Endemic scabies in dogs and people are different 5(3) Management of patients in hospital with crusted scabies 4(2) Treatment 2(3) Screw worm fly 3(4 [letter]) Scrub typhus 1(3); 3(3) Sexually transmitted disease 1(6); 5(4) Azithromycin trial 2(2) Contact tracing 2(3) Federal Budget initiatives 1998/99 5(2) Highlights of the 1995 NT AIDS/STD Program Report 3(1) Knowledge and practices by GPs in the Top End 8(3) Peer education 2(3) Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID): Cessation of trial 6(4) Pelvic inflammatory disease in the Top End 7(3) Protocol for STD testing 4(1) Protocol for treatment of uncomplicated genital chlamydia infection 2(2) Screening 1(10); 8(1) Standard treatment protocol for STDs 4(1) STIs in the NT: A refresher course 8(4) Report on STIs in the NT: A refresher course 9(1) Syphilis retreatment are we overdoing it? 8(1) Tampon study 2(8); 3(3) Towards a sexual health strategy for remote communities in the NT 7(3) Trichomoniasis 2(6); 9(1) Ven Troppo The inaugural sexual health college conference - June 2000 7(4) Shigellosis Outbreak in a tour group in Central Australia 6(3) Smoking Community education 3(4) Staphylococcal disease A cluster of invasive S. aureus disease in the Top End 4(2) Streptococcal disease Acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis 2(3); 8(2) Control of acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis 4(2) Outbreaks 2(6); 8(2) Neonatal group B protocol 2(4) Surveillance Changes to NT Communicable Disease Surveillance System 2(1,4) NT Hepatitis C enhanced surveillance 7(2) Surveillance of meningococcal disease in the NT 5(1) Tampon Study 2(8); 3(3); 5(1); 5(2) Tetanus Vaccination 6(3) Total Recall Implementing at Jabiru Health Centre 7(1) Trachoma Azithromycin therapy 2(7) Treatment program in the Katherine region 3(4) Control and treatment of active trachoma in the NT 4(1) Training General Practice registrars in CDC, Darwin 8(1) Tuberculosis BCG complications - Alice Springs 2(5) BCG complications - a review 5(3) Community screening a new threat promotes community action 9(1) Mantoux school screening 1991 - 2000 Migrant cases 1990-93 2(8) Mini outbreak in Central Australia 3(3) Preventive treatment and follow-up of contacts 2(5) Pericarditis 3(3) Typhoid 3(3) Videos Keeping Track of Good Health 6(2) Varicella Hospital separations in the NT for varicella-zoster virus related illnesses, 1993-1997 6(4) Usefulness of self-reported history in adult women in the Top End 6(4) Varicella-zoster virus in pregnant women and babies 6(4) Varicella vaccine workshop, Melbourne, Dec 1999 6(4) Viral meningitis 1(6) WHO Reports 3(2,4); 5(2) Womens Cancer Prevention Program Culturally and linguistically diverse womens project 6(4) Yellow fever [WHO update] 5(2) *************


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