Collection

Health Protection Report: latest surveillance reports

Routine reports, and commentary, on data from health protection surveillance schemes.

These are:

  • reports comprising microbiological and epidemiological data, including vaccine coverage reports, relating to infectious disease
  • reports from the Environmental Health Protection Surveillance System

They are published in the Health Protection Report (HPR):

For volume 7 (2013) and earlier reports, see the HPR archive.

Respiratory

Immunisation

Zoonoses

Bacteraemia and healthcare associated infections

Chemical and environmental hazards

Reports (including commentary) on data generated by the Environmental Public Health Surveillance System.

STIs, HIV and other BBVs

Enteric

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD)

Emerging infection hazards and outbreak investigation reports

Published 22 August 2014
Last updated 29 July 2022 + show all updates
  1. Added Respiratory infections: laboratory reports 2022.

  2. Consolidated following publication of latest infection reports.

  3. Added Environmental public health surveillance system.

  4. Added links to November and December 2021 publications.

  5. Added Common animal-associated infections: 2021.

  6. Added COVID-19: impact on childhood vaccinations: data to August 2021.

  7. Updated following recent publications; added 'carbapenemase mechanisms' reports to the Immunisation group.

  8. Added Herpes zoster (shingles) immunisation programme 2019 to 2020: evaluation reports to the immunisation sub-group.

  9. Reordered and updated following publication of latest infection reports.

  10. Added Meningococcal disease: laboratory confirmed cases in England in 2019 to 2020.

  11. Added 'Acute hepatitis B (England) enhanced surveillance reports' to the immunisation group.

  12. Reordered following publication of the latest infection reports.

  13. Reordered and updated following publication of latest infection reports.

  14. Reordered following publication of the latest infection reports.

  15. Reordered following publication of latest infection reports.

  16. Reordered following latest publications.

  17. Added 'Respiratory infections: laboratory reports 2019'.

  18. Reordered headings following latest publications.

  19. New meningococccal, haemophilus and seasonal GAS infections pages inserted. Routine reordering and updating following publication of routine reports.

  20. Added section for Chemical and Environmental Hazards reports from the Environmental Health Protection Surveillance System.

  21. Re-ordered headings following latest publications.

  22. Routine re-ordering following latest HPR publication

  23. Re-ordered headings following latest publications.

  24. Added 'Multi-drug Resistant Gonorrhoea in England: 2018' under STIs, HIV and other BBVs.

  25. Reordered taking account of infection reports recently uploaded

  26. Latest BBVs sentinel surveillance report (HPR 11(26)) added to the renamed sub-group 'STIs, HIV and other BBVs' (previously 'HIV and STIs'.)

  27. Reordering to take account of HPR 10(44) vaccine coverage (COVER and MenACWY) and vaccine preventable disease (meningococcal infections and pertussis) reports

  28. Added publications under 'HIV and STIs' and 'Bacteraemia and healthcare associated infections' and reordered.

  29. Latest routine enteric infections (including enteric fever) and zoonoses reports uploaded.

  30. New enteric and scarlet fever / Group A Streptococcus routine reports uploaded

  31. First enteric infection reports of 2015 added.

  32. HPR 8(48) pertussis and IMD (quarterly), and uncommon pathogens and polybacteraemia (annual), reports added to collection

  33. HPR 8(42) sent hep 2014 document added to immunisation group

  34. Two vaccine uptake reports and one vaccine preventable infection report added, from HPR 8(41)

  35. Added reports on proteus and enterobacter.

  36. Pertussis reports updated

  37. Hep A and C 2013 added

  38. Added link to archived HPR infections reports.

  39. Candidaemia report added.

  40. First published.