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We help public health practitioners find, understand and use infectious disease research and evidence.
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Ep. 4: Should pregnant travellers to #Zika endemic areas undergo amniocentesis?

Our guest expert this episode is Dr. Vanessa Poliquin, an obstetrician, gynecologist and reproductive infectious diseases specialist at the University of Manitoba.

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Are you a public health practitioner faced with challenging questions about #Zika ?  Share them with us and hear our experts respond as part of our forthcoming "Infectious Questions" podcast! 

Share Qs in comments below or email nccid@umanitoba.ca.

#publichealth
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Dr. Gerry Wright on the odd interplay of cities and infection. #WalrusTalks

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NOUVEAU | Formulation de la charge des maladies : Vers un nouveau cadre en vue de la mesure de la charge des maladies au Canada

Un exposé de concept comme point de départ à l’examen critique de la charge des maladies tout en se fixant comme objectif à plus long terme l’élaboration d’un cadre qui dirigerait la formulation d’indicateurs transparents, justes, significatifs et pratiques de la charge des maladies.

#santépublique

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NEW // "Framing Burden: Towards a new framework for measuring #burdenofdisease in Canada"

A starting point for a critical examination of burden of disease, with the longer-term goal of developing a framework to guide transparent, fair, meaningful, and practical measures of burden.

#publichealth  

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TOMORROW: What's The Buzz on #PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)? Why #PublicHealth Is Listening // MORE: http://bit.ly/PrEPBuzz
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WEBINAR // Mar 18 @ 12PM CST 
#INFLUENZA CONTROL: Do We Need A Shift in Our Thinking?

PRESENTER Dr. Richard Schabas
(Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health, 1987-97)

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization recommends "influenza vaccination for all individuals aged 6 months and older" in Canada. But what is the evidence for universal programs? One of many questions Dr. Schabas will explore in this webinar. 

Register FREE > http://bit.ly/FluShift  

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WEBINAIRE : « LA #CHLAMYDIA REPENSÉE »
[en anglais]

4 février à 12h00 CST
GRATUIT > http://ow.ly/HR4Ca 

#ITSS

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WEBINAR | RETHINKING #CHLAMYDIA : How can public health STI teams manage the overwhelming caseload? 

FEB 4 @ 12PM CST
FREE to Register:
http://bit.ly/RethinkChlamydia

#sexualhealth  #STI #STD

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