Communicable Diseases Intelligence Volume 43 - April 2019 newsletter

Original Article

Respiratory viruses in adults hospitalised with Community-Acquired Pneumonia during the non-winter months in Melbourne: Routine diagnostic practice may miss large numbers of influenza and respiratory syncytial virus infections.

Lucy A Desmond, Melanie A Lloyd, Shelley A Ryan, Edward D Janus and Harin A Karunajeewa || || Published online: 15/04/2019 Full Text: (Word 191 KB) (PDF 3.0 MB)


Annual reports

Australian Gonococcal Surveillance Programme Annual Report, 2017

Monica M Lahra, Rodney Enriquez and C. R. Robert George for the National Neisseria Network, Australia. || || Published online: 15/04/2019 Full Text: (Word 89.5 KB) (PDF 2.96 MB)

Arboviral diseases and malaria in Australia, 2014–15: Annual report of the National Arbovirus and Malaria Advisory Committee

Katrina Knope, Stephen L Doggett, Cassie C. Jansen, Cheryl A Johansen, Nina Kurucz, Rebecca Feldman, Stacey E. Lynch, Michaela P. Hobby, Angus Sly, Andrew Jardine, Sonya Bennett, Bart J. Currie, and the National Arbovirus and Malaria Advisory Committee || || Published online: 15/04/2019 Full Text: (Word 2.1 MB) (PDF 7.0 MB)

Flutracking weekly online community survey of influenza-like illness annual report, 2016

Sandra J Carlson, Daniel Cassano, Michelle T Butler, David N Durrheim and Craig B Dalton || || Published online: 15/04/2019 Full Text: (Word 704 KB) (PDF 3.46 MB)



The Strategic Plan for Control of Tuberculosis in Australia, 2016–2020: Towards Disease Elimination

The National Tuberculosis Advisory Committee for the Communicable Diseases Network Australia || || Published online: 15/04/2019 Full Text: (Word 169 KB) (PDF 3.0 MB)

All 2019 Articles

Communicable Diseases Intelligence


Cindy Toms

Deputy Editor

Phil Wright and Simon Petrie

Editorial and Production Staff

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ISSN: 2209-6051 (Online)


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