Control of Communicable Diseases Manual, 21st Edition, is the trusted source for public health professionals on identifying and controlling infectious diseases for over 100 years. The updated edition includes new chapters on SARS-CoV-2, Zika, and many more.
This landmark publication is essential to all those in and around public health.
Also available as a digital subscription.
Control of Communicable Diseases: Clinical Practice is a new complement to the CCDM published by APHA Press for over 100 years and one of the most authoritative sources for infectious disease information.
Clinical Practice is an essential reference for physicians and other health care practitioners, especially those working in global health infectious disease, epidemiology, travel medicine, and tropical medicine.
Control of Communicable Diseases: Laboratory Practice is a new complement to the Control of Communicable Diseases Manual, a book published by APHA Press for over 100 years and also the primary resource for disease control specialists.
This new book addresses the laboratory aspect of disease control and prevention while presenting the material in an easy-to-use format.
A digital subscription to the Control of Communicable Diseases gives its audience a powerful online tool and access to updated communicable diseases resources. Chapters are full text searchable. The Reader’s Guide identifies the diseases by name; chapters are identified as new or revised. You will be notified via email of a new, revised chapter once it’s published online.
There are several subscription options based on a number of seats (users) needed. Individual chapters are available for purchase. An individual subscriber can create one unique username and password. In the case of multiple users, the administrator of the subscription account will determine the access.