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Volume 21, Number 8—August 2015

Perspective

Synopses

Research

Dispatches

Letters

Books and Media

Etymologia

Conference Summary

Correction

Volume 21, Number 9—September 2015

Perspective

  • Use of Pneumococcal Disease Epidemiology to Set Policy and Prevent Disease during 20 Years of the Emerging Infections Program
    M. R. Moore and C. G. Whitney
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    This program has been a flexible platform for following trends of this disease and vaccination efficacy.

  • Twenty Years of Active Bacterial Core Surveillance
    G. Langley et al.
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    This program has directly affected public health policies and practices.

  • The US Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Network
    S. S. Chaves et al.
  • Monitoring Effect of Human Papillomavirus Vaccines in US Population, Emerging Infections Program, 2008–2012 S. Hariri et al.
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    Methods for surveillance of cervical precancers and associated types were developed to monitor effect of HPV vaccination.

  • Emerging Infections Programs—State Health Department Perspective
    J. Hadler et al.
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    EIPs product enhanced surveillance, laboratory capacity and communication networks; enriched research and public health training, and produced a synergy with relevant CDC programs.

  • Effect of Culture-Independent Diagnostic Tests on Future Emerging Infections Program Surveillance
    G. Langley et al.
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    Use of such tests in clinical settings presents opportunities and challenges.

  • Training in Infectious Disease Epidemiology through the Emerging Infections Program Sites D. J. Vugia et al.
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    EIP sites contribute substantially to training current and future public health professionals.

Synopses

Research

  • Improving Accuracy of Influenza-Associated Hospitalization Rate Estimates A. J. Millman et al.
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    Adjusting for diagnostic test sensitivity enables more accurate and timely comparisons over time.

  • Estimations of Lyme Disease Cases, United States, 2005–2010
    C. A. Nelson et al.
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    Extrapolation from a large medical claims database to the US population suggests that 329,000 cases occur annually.

  • Improved Phenotype-Based Definition for Identifying Carbapenemase Producers among Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae
    N. Chea et al.
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    A new, less restrictive definition increases detection of Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase producers.

  • Encephalitis Surveillance through the CDC Emerging Infections Program, 1997–2010
    K. C. Bloch and C. A. Glaser
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    A 3-state syndromic surveillance system documented reduction and emergence of neurologic infectious diseases.

Historical Review

  • Emerging Infections Program and Antimicrobial Drug Resistance Surveillance
    S. K. Fridkin et al.
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    This program is a national public health resource for much-needed data on the epidemiology of antimicrobial drug–resistant infections and characteristics of isolates.

Policy Review

  • Emerging Infections Program—Cultivating an Adaptive Domestic Network for Surveillance and Evaluation of Emerging Infections
    R. Pinner et al.
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    Accomplishments of this program have provided numerous dividends and might benefit areas outside infectious diseases.

Dispatches

Commentary

  • Emerging Infections Program—20 Years of Achievements and Future Prospects
    R. Lynfield and W. Schaffner

Letters

Volume 21, Number 10—October 2015

Research

Dispatches

Letters

Volume 21, Number 11—November 2015

Research

  • Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Children, United States, 1999–2012

Dispatch

  • Fosfomycin Resistance in Escherichia coli, Pennsylvania, USA
    H. Al-Rowais et al.

Volume 21, Number 12—December 2015

Dispatch

  • Influenza A(H6N1) Virus in Dogs, Taiwan
    H. Lin et al.

Letter

  • Alternative Routes of Zoonotic Vaccinia Virus Transmission, Brazil
    G. B. Costa et al.
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