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The Communicable Diseases Control Conference (CDC Conference) is a biennial national conference held under the auspices of the Communicable Diseases Network Australia and the Public Health Laboratory Network.
The theme of the CDC Conference 2007 is From Outbreaks to Pandemics in the Region: Building Our Capacity to Respond. The proposed date and location for the CDC Conference 2007 is 15–16 March 2007 at Rydges Lakeside in Canberra.
The CDC Conference 2007 is a unique opportunity for stakeholders who work in all areas of communicable disease control to share information relating to best practice in the identification, prevention and management of a range of communicable diseases, including emerging infectious diseases. The Conference will facilitate improved health outcomes for all Australians and will inform activities seeking to minimise the incidence, morbidity and mortality of a range of communicable diseases at both the national and jurisdictional levels.
More information on the CDC Conference 2007 is available from the CDC Conference 2007 website (http://www.diseases.consec.com.au)
This article was published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence Volume 30, No 4, December 2006.