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The EpiNorth project area

Welcome to the EpiNorth network home-page!

The EpiNorth network project aims to improve communicable disease surveillance, control and communication in the Nordic and Baltic countries, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine and north-west regions of Russia.

On this site you can find information about epidemiological surveillance and outbreaks in various countries (EpiWatch), data on notifiable infectious diseases from our region (EpiNorthData) and national vaccination programmes in cooperating countries (EpiVax), also links within our networks (EpiLinks) and contact informarion (About us). Since 2013 the online version of the bilingual epidemiological journal (EpiNorth Journal) and educational and training material from our training courses (EpiTrain) are available in Archive. EpiNorth network is funded by the Ministry of Health and Care services. There is a close cooperation with the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and by the Public Health Institutes of networking partners. EpiNorth networks Secretariat is at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

We hope that information on the website will be useful for you . Please provide your feedback to us at epinorth@fhi.no.

                                                                                                 

EpiWatch

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM of the III Symposium with international participation «Human papillomavirus infection and cancer: epidemiology, clinical features, diagnostics, vaccination"

[28.05.14]

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM of the III Symposium with international participation «Human papillomavirus infection and cancer: epidemiology, clinical features, diagnostics, vaccination", St. Petersburg, Russia, 5-6 June 2014


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Meningococcal infection in 2014 in Brest oblast, Belarus

[14.05.14]

As of 5 May 2014 the Centre for Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health in Brest oblast reported an increase of meningococcal infection. There were 3 cases of meningococcal infection reported between January and March 2014, including one death.


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