Communicable Diseases Intelligence Volume 35 No 2 - June 2011

This issue contains annual reports on surveillance of Australia's national notifiable diseases; immunisation coverage; Creutztfeldt-Jakob disease and bacteriologically confirmed cases of tuberculosis, plus articles on norovirus in aged care facilities; latent tuberculosis infection diagnosis by interferon-gamma release assay remote from testing facilities; chronic disease and hospitalisation for pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza in Indigenous and non-Indigenous Western Australians; Respiratory syncytial virus; using HIV notification data to identify priority migrant groups for HIV prevention; HPV vaccination coverage data for Australian women aged 18–26 years; and Salmonella Typhimurium phage type 44 infection among attendees of a wedding reception, as well as the regular quarterly data reports.

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This issue is available as a full PDF file (6038 KB) or by individual articles below.

Annual reports

Peer-reviewed articles

Surveillance summaries

Quarterly reports

Editor:Margaret Curran
Editorial and Production Staff: Alison Milton, Mark Power, Lance Sanders

ISSN 1445-4866 Online


Opinions expressed in Communicable Diseases Intelligence are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing or the Communicable Diseases Network Australia. Data may be subject to revision.