Infectious diseases

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International Standards & Practice Guidelines (IS&Gs)

  1. Infectious diseases topics
    Strategic Planning and Innovation (SPI)
    Malaria programs
    Tuberculosis (TB) programs
  2. Disease outbreaks topics
    The Weekly Epidemiological Record (WER)
  3. Tropical diseases topics
    Neglected tropical diseases
  4. Haemorrhagic fevers, Viral topics
    Ebola virus disease programs
  5. Influenza programs
  6. Zoonoses topics
    Zoonoses programs
    Rabies
  7. Immunization and Vaccines
  8. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (WHO Collaborating Partner) Global Health

Missions Specific Best Practices Documents

(Demonstrate Compliance with International Standards & Guidelines)

I. FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATION (FBO) OPEN-ACCESS DOCUMENTS:
A. Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) Resources See Especially:
Immunization
Malaria

B. SIM Ebola See especially:
Ebola Survivor Richard Sacra: What We Must Do Next–No references to IS&Gs but appears to demonstrate compliance

C. William Carey International Development Journal (Click full screen icon & scroll down to page number)
Field Report: Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death—Surviving the Dreaded Ebola Disease p10–No references to IS&Gs but appears to demonstrate compliance

II. SECULAR OPEN-ACCESS DOCUMENTS
A. Global Health: Science & Practice-Dedicated to What Works In Global Health Programs. (Johns Hopkins University & USAID collaboration) Topics Numerous excellent reports, all open access: Topics Numerous excellent reports, all open access:
Immunization
Malaria
TB and Other Communicable Diseases

B. New England Journal of Medicine Global Health See especially:
After Ebola in West Africa — Unpredictable Risks, Preventable Epidemics 2016
History of Medicine: Ebola in a Stew of Fear 2014
The Neglected Dimension of Global Security — A Framework for Countering Infectious-Disease Crises 2016
Creating a Global Health Risk Framework 2015
Global Health: Pandemic Preparedness and Response — Lessons from the H1N1 Influenza of 2009 2014
Global Health: Disease Eradication* 2013
Shattuck Lecture: Chronic Infectious Disease and the Future of Health Care Delivery 2013

Updated: July 2017