Any medical practitioner or nurse practitioner attending a patient whom he/she knows or suspects has a notifiable infectious disease or a related condition has a legal obligation to report the diagnosis.
The Disease Surveillance Unit is responsible for the coordination of the ACT Communicable Diseases Surveillance Program.
This site provides basic information about the more common notifiable diseases for which surveillance is conducted in Tasmania.
Contains general and technical information, publications and statistics on infectious diseases globally from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Summary data are available for each State and Territory from 1991 to the present.
The Sexual Health Competency Standards support nursing practice in sexual and reproductive health care and are a tool for assessing competent practice.
Notifiable conditions are included in Schedule 4 of the Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2009 and are divided into four groups on the basis of the method of notification and the information required.
This page is primarily concerned with the infectious diseases and conditions (including elevated blood lead levels) which are required to be notified to to the relevant NSW public health unit?????.
ASHM's nursing program strengthens the role of nurses in primary health care caring for people with, or at risk of, HIV, viral hepatitis and STIs, by providing resources and education tailored to the needs of nurses.