Consultation outcome

UK Standards for Microbiology Investigation ID 21: Identification of Yersinia species from faeces

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Detail of outcome

The last full scientific review of this document was completed on 29 June 2015.

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Detail of feedback received

Timeline of review process

Date review started: 21 October 2013

Consultation: 15 November 2013 to 13 December 2013

Document discussed at the following working group meeting:

  • 30 July 2014

Date document issued: 29 June 2015

Original consultation

Summary

This consultation asks for feedback in relation to the identification SMI ‘ID 21: Identification of Yersinia species from faeces’.

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Consultation description

Public Health England has opened a consultation this week in joint partnership with professional organisations.

The consultation asks for comments about the bacteriology SMI ‘ID 21: Identification of Yersinia species from faeces’.

This UK Standard for Microbiology Investigation describes the identification of Yersinia enterocolitica and Yersinia pseudotuberculosis isolated from faeces. The organisms may also be isolated from other specimens such as blood, lymph nodes and abscesses.

We would like input from a wide range of interested parties.

If you have any difficulties accessing this consultation please let us know by emailing standards@phe.gov.uk.

Documents

ID 21 closed consultation draft

ID 21 closed consultation draft

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Published 15 November 2013
Last updated 16 June 2016 + show all updates
  1. Added review of users' comments June 2015.
  2. First published.