BCCDCBritish Columbia Centre for Disease Control (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
BCCDCBritish Columbia Conservation Data Centre (Canada)
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By the end of2007, a total of 218 human cases had been reported to BCCDC (5).
AUTHORS' NOTE: We are grateful for the assistance and support of Rosemary Armour (BC Vital Statistics); Robert Fisk (BC Ministry of Health); Perry Kendall (Provincial Health Officer); Azar Mehrabadi (BCCDC); John Millar (Provincial Health Services Authority); Tanya Chikritzhs (National Drug Research Institute, Australia); Jurgen Rehm, Benjamin Taylor, and Jayadeep Patra (Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, Toronto).
They also wish to acknowledge the work of the BC diagnostic laboratories, the Bacteriology team at the BCCDC PHL, and the Enteric Diseases Section at the NML.
Oysters eaten by ill persons were traced by BCCDC, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), and BCMOH to harvesting areas along the BC coast.
Both Bute and HIM clinics offer HIV testing services using point of care and serology tests delivered by STI certified nurses from the BCCDC, and make referrals to external providers to deliver HIV care and treatment to newly diagnosed clients.
BCCDC collected analytics for the SSR webpages from IP addresses in the Fraser Health region (see Table 3), including:
TST screening results may be incomplete, as some practitioners who treat HIV-infected patients may not uniformly report TST negative results to the BCCDC. We believe, however, that our comprehensive review of referral letters, patient narratives, and public health records was unlikely to miss a significant proportion of TB screening tests.
The BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) collects data annually on HCW influenza vaccination rates and publishes the information on its website.
The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) and the BCCDC Public Health Microbiology and Reference Laboratory (PHMRL), in partnership with regional health authorities, municipalities, and regional governments, have conducted human surveillance, mosquito sampling, and dead corvid surveillance and testing since 2003.
(8) Under the Public Health Act of BC, Chlamydia is reportable to the local health authority, and the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) carries out public health follow-up on behalf of the regional health authorities.
Further information about the process, successes, challenges, and lessons learned throughout the YIP project are available through a link on the BCCDC Harm Reduction website available at: http://www.bccdc.ca/prevention/HarmReduction/YIPProject/default.htm or through communication with the corresponding author, Jane Buxton (jane.buxton@bccdc.ca).