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Subject: HIV, Epidemiology
This report aims to provide an overview of HIV epidemiology in Northern Ireland by collating and analysing information from a number of sources. Although it reflects epidemiological trends over time, its main focus will be on data collected in 2014.
This quarterly report provides epidemiological data on�C. difficile�in Northern Ireland, and includes key points, a comprehensive�overview of all�C. diff�infections, rates, trends, age-specific information�and statistical process control charts.
This report aims to provide an overview of HIV epidemiology in Northern Ireland by collating and analysing information from a number of sources. Although it reflects epidemiological trends over time, its main focus will be on data collected in 2013.
This report presents the epidemiological data for tuberculosis cases reported in Northern Ireland.
This factsheet describes the symptoms of tuberculosis, how it is caught, who is affected and how it is treated.�
This quarterly report provides epidemiological data on�S. aureus�in Northern Ireland, including overall infection�figures as well as those specific to MRSA and MSSA. The report highlights key points, rates, trends and statistical process control charts. The report also provides information on...
This quarterly report provides epidemiological data on C. difficile in Northern Ireland, and includes key points, a comprehensive�overview of all C. diff infections, rates, trends, age-specific information�and statistical process control charts. The report also provides information on surveillance...
This poster informs how syphilis can be spread through oral sex and how condoms can be used as a method of protection from sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It also provides updated attendance and contact details for the�Genito Urinary Medicine (GUM) clinics in Northern Ireland.
This leaflet explains what syphilis is and how it can be contracted through several forms of intimate contact including kissing, unprotected sex or genital contact. It explains what the possible symptoms may be like, as half of the people infected with this infection show no symptoms at all. It...