2015 was another successful year for APHL. As implied by our theme—APHL by Latitude and Longitude—the association’s activities in 2015 spanned continents, from work with the African Society for Laboratory Medicine in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to evaluation of point-of-care syphilis diagnostics in Raleigh, North Carolina. The year’s accomplishments would not have been possible without support from our federal, corporate and nonprofit partners. Read the digital edition.
In 2014, The 2010 Core Functions of State Public Health Laboratories report was revised to include all public health laboratories.
Tools, strategies and resources to encourage better collaboration between environmental epidemiologists and laboratorians to improve the overall environmental health system.
Summary of the structure, responsibilities and recent activities of the Laboratory Response Network for Biological (LRN-B) and Chemical Threat Preparedness (LRN-C).
In response to the MERS-CoV outbreak in 2014, APHL conducted a survey for state and local public health laboratories on non-influenza respiratory virus testing in the US.
Survey data of malaria testing capabilities of state and local public health laboratories.
Companion document to the Influenza Virologic Surveillance Right Size Roadmap containing information on benefits and types of alternative data.
Survey report identifying gaps, barriers, current performance and best practices in newborn screening timeliness.
Informational materials to improve the efficiency of laboratory testing for the treatment and prevention of HIV and AIDS.
A look at the pros and cons of CIDTS and how they represent a major shift in the diagnosis and surveillance of foodborne pathogens.
Association of Public Health Laboratories
Copyright © 2008-2015 All Rights Reserved |