Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
Each an expert in their field, they wrote to push public health further and add to what Remington called a compendium to APHA's "Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
," the sourcebook on infectious disease.
Charlottesville, VA, June 09, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Unbound Medicine, a leader in knowledge management solutions for healthcare, and the American Public Health Association (APHA), the most diverse organization of public health professionals in the world, today announced the release of the latest edition of Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
for Mobile Devices and the Web.
Having an up-to-date medication reference, a copy of Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
, a first aid manual, and back issues of CompassPoint is considered baseline (see sidebar below); camps serving special populations may also have references germane to specific diagnoses.
The book provides taxonomic consistency with widely available sources such as the Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
, and scientific articles specific to each topic were used extensively.
Heymann, MD., Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
, 18th ed.
In addition to access to APHA publications such as The Nation's Health and AJPH, both individual and agency members can get savings, such as an up to 30 percent discount on APHA Press books, including the "Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
PUBLIC HEALTH PROFESSIONALS who rely on APHA's renowned "Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
" for information on infectious diseases have a new chapter to consult.
Control of communicable diseases manual
. Washington: American Public Health Association; 1995.
In 2010, APHA and Unbound Medicine released an app for the Association's popular Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
, which is available at www.apha.
APHA'S "CONTROL of Communicable Diseases Manual
" now boasts an honor few futurists could have predicted when the book was first published in 1916.