How we make a difference
CFID is a registered charity dedicated to improving the health and safety of Canadians and people worldwide through the support of research and dissemination of knowledge in infectious diseases.
We work closely with the Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease Canada (AMMI Canada) and other strategic partners.
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CFID/AMMI CANADA KICKSTARTS FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE
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GATEWAY TO CANADIAN RESOURCES - A NEW CFID INITIATIVE
• Antimicrobial Resistance - the Canadian Experience learn more ...
NEW CANADIAN GUIDELINES:
• CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network: Management and Treatment of HIV/Hepatitis-C Coinfection in Adults download
• Canadian Thoracic Society: Canadian Tuberculosis Standards, 7th Edition, 2013. Can Resp J, vol 20 (Suppl A), 2013 download
• Public Health Agency of Canada: Primary Care Management of Hepatitis B - Quick Reference, 2013
DO BUGS NEED DRUGS?
• A Community Program for Wise Use of Antibiotics in Alberta and British Columbia read more ...
2014 CFID Awards Results Announced
• Juan A. Embil Trainee Award
• John M. Embil Mentorship Award
• Summer Research Studentship Awards
• CFID Safe Water Pilot Grant Award
What's Hot in Infectious Diseases 2014?
- From the 2014 AMMI Canada/CAMID Conference:
Dr. Nelson Lee, Professor & Head of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine & Therapeutics and Stanley Ho Center of Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, delivered a fascinating talk on "Emerging Infectious Disease Threats and the ID Physicians in Asia" at a recent UBC
Division of Infectious Diseases Intercity Rounds presentation on June 26, 2014 in Vancouver, BC. - download presentation
Dr. Melanie Murray MD/PhD, Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases at UBC, discussed "Return of the Great Pretender: Syphilis in 2014" at Medical Grand Rounds on May 22, 2014 in Vancouver, BC. - download presentation
Dr. King K. Holmes, recipient of the 2013 Canada Gairdner Global Health Award, discussed "Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI): Major Progress, Current Challenges and Future Opportunities" - download presentation
CFID Supported Research
- current activities
CNISP Reports: AROs 2007-2013
The Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program, Public Health Agency of Canada, collects surveillance data on antimicrobial resistant organisms (AROs) from 57 large, university-affiliated tertiary care hospitals in 10 provinces. A summary of antimicrobial resistance trends from 2007 to 2013 (upated April 2014) was recently released to the public.
For other CNISP project results, visit AMMI Canada website.
Update on emerging respiratory viruses - MERS-CoV and H7N9 (prepared by BCCDC):
• Summary for June 17, 2014
• MERS-CoV Epi-Curve (June 17, 2014)
• H7N9 Epi-Curve (June 17, 2014)
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