Annual Summary of Communicable Diseases Reported to the Minnesota Department of Health, 2000

June-August 2001
Volume 29, Number 4

MDH collects disease surveillance information on certain communicable diseases to determine disease impact, assess trends in disease occurrence, characterize affected populations, prioritize disease control efforts, and evaluate disease prevention strategies.

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Introduction, 2000

List of Reportable Diseases, 2000

Number of Cases of Reportable Diseases, 2000

Reports by Disease

Calendar

Emerging Infections in Clinical Practice
Friday, November 16, 2001
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Preliminary Program

7:55  Introductory/Welcoming Remarks--Bart W. Galle, Jr., Phillip K. Peterson

Moderator: Michael T. Osterholm
8:00  New Developments in Management of Urinary Tract Infections--Walter Stamm
8:45  Outpatient Antibiotic Use: Good Stewardship--David N. Williams
9:30  Clostridium difficile: Epidemiology and New Approaches to Prevention and Therapy--Dale N. Gerding
10:15  Refreshment Break

Moderator: David N. Williams
10:45  What's Hot Where It's Hot: Recent Developments in Travel Medicine--Jay Keystone
11:30  Antibiotic Pharmacokinetics: Clinical Applications--John C. Rotschafer
12:15  Lunch

Moderator: Phillip K. Peterson
1:00 Hot Topics in Emerging Infections in Minnesota -- MDH Staff
1:45 Current Issues in Immunization--G. Scott Giebink
2:30 Influenza: Overview of Immunization and Treatment -- Kristin L. Nichol
3:15 Refreshment Break

Moderator: Richard N. Danila
3:45 Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy: What Does It Mean for America?--Michael T. Osterholm
4:30 Adjourn

The registration form for the Emerging Infections in Clinical Practice conference is available in the PDF format, or call the Continuing Medical Education office at (612) 626-7600 or (800) 776-8636 for a registration form.

Registration Form


Jan Malcolm, Commissioner of Health

Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control

Harry F. Hull, M.D. Division Director & State Epidemiologist
Richard N. Danila, Ph.D., M.P.H. ADIC Section Manager
Kirk Smith, D.V.M., Ph.D. Editor
Wendy Mills, M.P.H. Assistant Editor
Valerie Solovjovs Production Editor

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