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Guidance on infection prevention and control for Wuhan novel coronavirus.
The epidemiology, detection and assessment of emerging infections.
The characteristics, diagnosis and management of group A streptococci infections.
The diagnosis, management and epidemiology of enterovirus infections.
The characteristics, diagnosis and epidemiology of fungal infections in humans
The characteristics, diagnosis, management and epidemiology of gastrointestinal infections.
The human animal infections and risk surveillance (HAIRS) group identifies and assesses emerging infection risks to human health.
Guidance on decontamination and infection control, including surgical instruments, dental equipment, endoscopes and benchtop steam sterilizers.…
Guidance for healthcare professionals on infection control and clinical aspects of M. chimaera infection associated with cardiopulmonary bypass.
Information resource for care home workers about preventing and controlling infection in care homes.
Guidance for managing common infections, including upper and lower respiratory, and urinary tract infections.
PHE helps hospitals record incidents of surgical site infection (SSI), to help improve surgical practice and prevent further infections.
Information for GPs and patients on the Infected Blood Inquiry (IBI).
A CMO message advising healthcare professionals on the current global situation of human infection with the novel coronavirus (nCoV).…
For reporting mandatory surveillance of Clostridioides difficile infection to Public Health England.
Guidance to help public health professionals manage hepatitis A infections and recommendations for pre-exposure immunisation.
Guidance on the most effective methods of prevention and control of Clostridioides difficile infection.
This guidance discusses the various stages of a capital build project and highlights the major infection control issues and risks.
The NHSBT / PHE epidemiology unit, and the epidemiology of infections among blood, tissue and organ donors and recipients.…
Precautions to stop infection spread aimed at public health and environmental health professionals.
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