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CFID is a registered charity dedicated to improving the health and safety of Canadians and people worldwide through the support of research and dissemination of knowledge in infectious diseases.

We work closely with the Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease Canada (AMMI Canada) and other strategic partners.

 

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2015 CFID Awards Annoucement - Deadline January 19, 2015
  • Juan A. Embil Trainee Award English French
  • John M. Embil Mentorship Award English French
  • AMMI Canada Medical Student Research Award ‹New!› English French
  • CFID Summer Research Studentship Awards English French
  • CFID Safe Water Pilot Grant Award English French
History of CFID Awards
2015 AMMI Canada Awards Announcement - Deadline January 5, 2015

2015 Innovation Academy - Deadline January 12, 2015

What's Hot in Infectious Diseases 2014?
- From the 2014 AMMI Canada/CAMID Conference: What you need to know about Ebola in Canada

The Neglected Global Diseases Initiative at UBC (NGDI-UBC) has developed an extensive online resource on Ebola and Canada's response to the West African outbreak. Find out the latest developments from their website.

Dr. Nelson Lee, Professor & Head of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine & Therapeutics and Stanley Ho Center of Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, delivered a fascinating talk on "Emerging Infectious Disease Threats and the ID Physicians in Asia" at a recent UBC Division of Infectious Diseases Intercity Rounds presentation on June 26, 2014 in Vancouver, BC. - download presentation


Dr. Melanie Murray MD/PhD, Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases at UBC, discussed "Return of the Great Pretender: Syphilis in 2014" at Medical Grand Rounds on May 22, 2014 in Vancouver, BC. - download presentation



CFID Supported Research
     - current activities
CNISP Reports

The Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program, Public Health Agency of Canada, collects surveillance data on antimicrobial resistant organisms (AROs) from 57 large, university-affiliated tertiary care hospitals in 10 provinces.


  • Antimicrobial resistance trends 2007-2013 English; French

 

  • Clostridium difficile infection rates 2007-2012 English; French

 

  • Carbapenem-resistant GNB trends 2010-2012 English; French

 

For other CNISP project results, visit AMMI Canada website.
Update on emerging respiratory viruses - MERS-CoV, H7N9, H3N2v and EV68 (prepared by BCCDC, Nov. 5, 2014):
  •  MERS-CoV Epi-Curve
  •  H7N9 Epi-Curve
  •  H3N2V Map of Cases, Oct. 31, 2014

 

Update on Ebola virus disease:
  •  BCCDC Update (Oct 13, 2014)
  •  CNPHI Posting (July 28, 2014)


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