Why the broad street pump?
In 1854, Dr John Snow observed that most cases that occurred in the first few days of an explosive cholera epidemic, in London, occurred in close proximity to Broard St. parish pump, from which 89% of people who died, regularly drew water. He persuaded the vestrymen of the local parish of St James to remove the handle of the pump whereupon the plague immediately abated.
BSP June Issue 35:
Hospitals in the community - a matter of public health
Professor Lyn Gilbert
BSP June Issue 36:
What can Australia learn from the introduction of chikungunya virus to North America?
Dr Cameron E Webb
"Next Generation Sequencing in the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory"
"Applications of Whole Genome Sequencing: Tuberculosis"
'The Tuberculosis Centre of Research Excellence'
Dr Gabriella Scandurra
'The Fight Against Tuberculosis in Vietnam'
Dr Greg J. Fox
'Tuberculosis Research in China'
Dr Magda Ellis
•'When it comes to mosquito-borne disease prevention, awareness and surveillance is critical' Dr Cameron E Webb
•'More than mozzies: The health risks associated with Australian arthropods' Dr Cameron E Webb & Mr Stephen Doggett
•'The reality of new technologies in arbovirus and mosquito surveillance in NSW' Dr Cheryl S Toi
•'Are we providing the right advice on personal protection measures against endemic and exotic mosquito-borne diseases' Dr Cameron E Webb
•'Can botanical products assist the control of dengue outbreaks in Malaysia?' Liyana Mokhtar
Medical Entomology in Australia: past, present and future concerns
The career of Professor Richard Russell
Health-associated Infection Prevention and Control Short Course Overview.
MALDI-TOF Bringing clinical microbiology into the new century?
"One Health" - an infectious disease perspective from CIDM-Public Health
and the Sydney Emerging Infections and Biosecurity Institute (SEIB)
Lyn Gilbert Tania Sorrell
"A recent measles outbreak in Western Sydney *
diagnosis and population vaccination status"
Kristina Flego, Vicky Sheppeard & Kenneth McPhie
"Climate Change and the future risks of mosquito borne disease in Australia"
Dr Cameron Webb
"Laboratory Diagnosis of Arboviruses"
Ms Linda Hueston
"Equine Arbovirus Outbreak of 2011"
Dr Gary Muscatello
"Are we ready for the next bio-threat?"
"Hendra virus outbreak of 2011"
Dr Gary Muscatello
"Biosecurity Policy and Ethics: Australia and the Biological Weapons Convention"
Associate Professor Christian Enemark
SEIB 2011, our annual colloquium, hosted on the 23rd,24th November
Professor Tania Sorrell and A/ Professor Ben Marais
A focus on Salmonella
"When Pigs Fly - The Season that Was"
Dr Jen Kok & Professor Dominic E. Dwyer
"Maggot debridement therapy (MDT) - not a 'fly by night' therapy!"
Merilyn J. Geary and Professor Richard Russell.
"CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE- Emerging in Australia"
"Brave New World? Recent developments in Hepatitis C treatment"
"Queensland Tick Typhus "
Matthew R Watts & Bernie J Hudson
Is it Time to Replace the Tuberculin Skin Test with Interferon-gamma Release Assays?
Dr Vitali Sintchenco, Dr Sharon Chen and David Dickeson
Point-Of-Care Influenza Diagnostic Tests
What's new in pneumococcal disease
New Molecular Platforms for the Diagnosis of Invasive Fungal Infections
Approaches to Treatment of Human Strongyloidiasis
Yasmin Sultana & Rogan Lee
Feature Article: Can Molecular Typing of MRSA Improve Hospital Infection Control?
Dr Mathew O'Sullivan
Feature Article: Molecular Identification and Typing of Human Enteroviruses
Fei Zhou, PhD Student
Feature Article: Novel methods for typing Salmonella Typhimurium - a common cause of food poisoning in Australia
Dr Qinning Wang
Feature Article: Monitoring measles control in Australia
Feature Article: Herpes simplex virus vaccines
Prof Adrian Mindel
Feature Article: The Re-emergence of Pertussis
Dr Vitali Sintchenko
Feature Article: Rapid Diagnosis of Malaria
Dr John Walker
Feature Article: Serological Super Sleuthing
Feature article: Antibiotic Resistance - Don't forget the basics
A/Prof Jon Iredell