• APHL Responds to the Zika Virus

    APHL Responds to the Zika Virus

    Status updates on Zika diagnostics, guidance, training and response activities. More.
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APHL builds public health lab capability to detect, identify and respond to ID threats.


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Advanced Molecular Detectionhttps://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/Lists/Highlighted Content/DispForm.aspx?ID=1Advanced Molecular Detection<img alt="" src="/programs/infectious_disease/PublishingImages/ID_DNA.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/Pages/Advanced-Molecular-Detection.aspx, /programs/infectious_disease/Pages/Advanced-Molecular-Detection.aspx
Right Sizing Flu Surveillance https://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/Lists/Highlighted Content/DispForm.aspx?ID=2Right Sizing Flu Surveillance <img alt="" src="/programs/infectious_disease/PublishingImages/ID_Right-Size.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/influenza/Influenza-Virologic-Surveillance-Right-Size-Roadmap/Pages/default.aspx, /programs/infectious_disease/influenza/Pages/Influenza-Virologic-Surveillance-Right-Size-Roadmap.aspx
Mycobacteria Lab Essentialshttps://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/Lists/Highlighted Content/DispForm.aspx?ID=3Mycobacteria Lab Essentials<img alt="" src="/programs/infectious_disease/PublishingImages/ID_TB.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/tuberculosis/Pages/Training-Modules.aspx, https://www.aphl.org/programs/infectious_disease/tuberculosis/Pages/Training-Modules.aspx

 

 

Rabies Diagnostics Toolkithttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/ID-2017Jun-Rabies Workbook.pdfRabies Diagnostics ToolkitThis document is intended to be a self-assessment tool for any public health laboratory performing rabies testing in the US.
APHL NGS Focus Groups Reporthttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/ID-2017May-NGS-Focus-Groups-Report.pdfAPHL NGS Focus Groups ReportThis report summarizes the results of three focus groups representing 18 different state and local public health laboratories about implementation and use of NGS
Suggested Reporting Language for HIV Algorithmhttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/ID_2017Apr-HIV-Lab-Test-Suggested-Reporting-Language.pdfSuggested Reporting Language for HIV AlgorithmAn overall update to the 2013 version of suggested language for laboratories to use when reporting to healthcare providers and surveillance programs.
MTBC Suggested Standard Reporting Languagehttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/ID_2017Apr-MTBC-Suggested-Reporting-Language.pdfMTBC Suggested Standard Reporting LanguageThis document intends to clarify and guide how to report test results to clinicians or submitting agencies as well as recommendations for follow-up testing if appropriate.

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Laboratory Methods for Detecting Rabies Virus Laboratory Methods for Detecting Rabies Virus Designed for individuals performing rabies testing in public health laboratories, this four and one-half day workshop addresses traditional rabies testing techniques, safety in the rabies laboratory, specimen acquisition and preparations, rabies quality control and proficiency testing, standardized testing procedures, emerging technologies, and epidemiologic issues. 2018-02-05T00:00:00Z2018-02-09T23:59:00Zhttps://www.aphl.org/courses/Documents/2017/588-100-18%20Rabies%20PHS%20Flyer_FINAL.pdf, https://www.aphl.org/courses/Documents/2017/588-100-18%20Rabies%20PHS%20Flyer_FINAL.pdf