Viral Hepatitis - A State of the Art Review
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Four international agencies combine to host Caribbean Herbs Business Forum.

Transmission of measles virus strain successfully interrupted in the Americas.
Measles remains the leading cause of vaccine-preventable Eclipse Glasses deaths worldwide, but by interrupting transmission of at least one indigenous strain, countries of the Americas have shown that global measles eradication following PAHO's recommended strategies is possible. (more).

WHO inspects Russian smallpox laboratory. A team of WHO appointed experts has concluded that the Vector smallpox research laboratory in Koltsovo, Russia, can safely be used for work with the virus which causes smallpox. (more).

Preventing food-borne disease is relatively easy.
According to Dr. Claudio Almeida, director of the Pan American Institute for Food Protection and Zoonoses (INPPAZ), cases of food-borne disease are still underreported and the quality of the information needs to be improved. (more).

Recommendations for West Nile Virus Surveillance in the Caribbean (CAREC). Due to the risk of the spread of the West Nile Virus (WNV) infection from the South-eastern part of the USA, and based on results of a WNV surveillance program implemented in the USA, the Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC) recommends the use of the following guidelines for WNV surveillance in the Caribbean.

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CCFP 2nd Pan Caribbean Conference: Challenges and Opportunities in Family Medicine. Details.

CCFP 2003 Strategic Plan President Alverston Bailey discusses College objectives for the coming year.

CCFP Executive Contact List now on-line.

New! List of UWIDEC sites now available on line.

CCFP 2003 Conference List

14th Annual AGM Information -New Board of Directors announced!

CME Updates
Viral Hepatitis - A State of the Art Review
*Participants who complete the Quiz found on the last two pages of this Lecture will receive a certificate of credit for one CME hour.*

Care of the Elderly Seminar:

Exciting topics to be covered include: Assessment & Treatment Options for Osteoporosis; Improving Functional Capacity of Seniors; Depression & Behavioral Problems of Older Persons.
May 25, 2003. Details.

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