3322.0 Emerging Infectious Diseases including Avian & Pandemic Influenza

Monday, November 8, 2010: 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
This panel will provide an overview of the epidemiology and control measures for AI and EIDs such as Nipah virus
Session Objectives: Discuss the importance of EIDs Identify AI as a paradigmatic EID in terms of epidemiology and prevention Discuss control measures for Nipah virus as an EID in Bangladesh
Basil Safi, Asia Division Chief

Could Avian Influenza be Contained in Rural Egypt through Community outreach behaviour change Program
Sahar, M.F Hegazi, PhD, Amal Zaki, MD, Maha El Rabat, PhD, Samir Refaai, MD MPH, Khaled Darwish, MD and Amr Kandeel, MD MPH
Nipah surveillance in Bangladesh for outbreak detection and prevention
Mushtuq Husain, MBBS, MPhil, PhD, Jahangir Hossain, MD, MSc, Hossain MS Sazzad, MD, Mahmudur Rahman, MD PhD and Steve Luby, MD
Healthcare providers' absenteeism during the H1N1 pandemic in Quebec: Is care for unimmunized relatives a problem?
Alain Vanasse, MD, PhD, Shabnam Asghari, MD, PhD, Alan Cohen, PhD, Godefroy Brais, Étienne Couture, Sébastien Desnoyers, Benjamin Fortin-Langelier and Alexandre Simard
Strategies used to combat Swine Flu (AH1N1v) in Poland
Andrzej Wojtyla, MD PhD, Przemyslaw Bilinski, MD, PhD and Piotr Holownia, PhD
Healtcare Providers Absenteism
Alain Vanasse, MD, PhD
Avaian Flue Poland
Piotr Holownia, PhD

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Asian Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health, Social Work

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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