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CAREC surveillance report (CSR)

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Aimed at epidemiologists and environmental and public health officers. Provides regular updates on a range of diseases prevalent in the region. The CSR's primary purpose is the feedback of surveillance data and dissemination of technical information to better understand the health situation, to prevent, control and eliminate disease and to promote health. Click on the link near the bottom of the home page to access archive
irregular
Free

Epidemiological bulletin

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The Epidemiological Bulletin reports and comments on the epidemiological status of communicable diseases of priority public health concern. It provides information on technical aspects of disease surveillance, and prevention and control programmes in the Americas
Four times a year
Free

Bulletin of the World Health Organization|the international journal of public health

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Focuses on a particular issue each month and contains reviews of latest scientific and biomedical research. Places research findings and policy-relevant discussion side by side to highlight good practice in approaching health problems.The full-text of articles are available in full-text, free-of-charge on the WHO website. A monthly table of contents is also available by email alert
12 issues per year
Free online
Print : 181.00 CHF - (developing countries), 331.00 CHF - (elsewhere)

Africa renewal [formerly: Africa recovery]

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Covers a variety of development related issues in Africa, with a specific country focus for each issue. Issues relating to debt, the environmental, political and economic aspects, are included, as well as latest developments in diseases and disease control
Four times a year
Free online

Global immunization news (GIN) (formerly: Immunization focus)

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Aims to update health and immunization decision-makers on the latest issues and debates in vaccine development and delivery, focusing on policy and research of interest to developing countries. The articles are largely analytic, in-depth features and status updates on topical issues
Monthly
Free

Malaria journal

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Malaria Journal contains original peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of malaria, including studies of the biology and genetics of the parasites and their vectors; clinical features; case management and treatment; drug development and drug resistance; immunology and vaccine development; epidemiology and transmission dynamics; vector control; health system, policy and planning issues relating to prevention and treatment; economic, sociological and anthropological issues; poverty and gender issues, land use and global environmental change; intersectoral issues; intervention studies and operational research; control policy and planning
Free

British medical journal (BMJ)

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This major weekly medical journal is now available on the Internet free of charge. This site contains the full text of all articles published in the BMJ from January 1994. You can search all or selected BMJ issues for a word in the abstract or article, for a particular article or by date. Other features include, topical e-mail discussion groups, and 'customised alerts' allowing the contents pages of each issue to be e-mailed to you or even details of just those articles that interest you. Also links to the Medline database.
Weekly
Free (Internet)
£318 (institutions)
£138 (individuals)

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