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View Resource Manual for the Surveillance of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

The National Immunization Program of the US Centers for Disease Control provides this professionally-oriented manual, originally used in conjunction with a satellite video conference on the topic. At present, four of the five sections of the manual are available online. The heart of the manual consists of its fourteen disease-related chapters, covering diphtheria, hepatitis, influenza, measles,...

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/surv-manual/front-portion....
View Resource Health, Climate and Infectious Disease: A Global Perspective

This new report (.pdf format) from the American Academy of Microbiology Critical Issues Colloquia Program examines "the combined advances in microbiology, meteorology, climatology, epidemiology, oceanography, ecology, medicine and space science that are shedding light on the intricate connections between weather, oceans and emerging and re-emerging diseases." The report assesses progress and makes...

https://www.asm.org/index.php/aamindex.php/clinical-medical-...
View Resource Salmonella.org

From the University of Illinois, Professor Stanley Maloy and Assistant Professor Rob Edwards' Web site Salmonella.org is dedicated to the study of the Salmonella bacteria genome. The site offers news and information on the bacteria's various strains, including everything from tips on preventing the infection to links to genomic sequencing data. Any Salmonella researcher or enthusiast will find...

http://www.salmonella.org/
View Resource MicroMatters: Microbiology Screenshot

The BioEdOnline website provides those persons with a penchant for biology and medicine access to dozens of lesson plans, videos, and other activities. This particular set of materials is part of the thematic Resource Collections area, and it includes two curricular units from the MicroMatters project. The units are "The Science of Microbes" and "The Science of HIV/AIDS." The resources were...

http://www.bioedonline.org/lessons-and-more/resource-collect...
View Resource Contagion: Historical Views of Disease and Epidemics Screenshot

With this rather remarkable collection, the dedicated staff members at Harvard University Library's Open Collections Program have brought together Philadelphia's yellow fever epidemic of 1793, London's Great Plague of 1665, and six other notable epidemics from world history. The collection provides general background information on diseases and epidemics worldwide, and as previously suggested, is...

http://ocp.hul.harvard.edu/contagion/