Communicable Disease Control, cluster evaluation: H14-181/2010E-PDF

final report.

The Communicable Disease Control Cluster was established in 2005, bringing together three existing program areas including: Immunization (Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Immunization); Tuberculosis (Airborne and Respiratory Diseases); and HIV/AIDS (Blood-borne Diseases and Sexually Transmitted Infections). The Cluster focuses its efforts on enhancing collaboration and networking; enhancing surveillance activities; contributing to improved prevention, control, and treatment of communicable diseases in First Nations/Inuit (FN/I) communities; and increasing community ownership and capacity to detect, report and combat communicable diseases. The key target groups for the CDC Cluster are First Nations populations living on reserve and Inuit communities south of 60º.

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Department/Agency Health Canada.
Title Communicable Disease Control, cluster evaluation
Subtitle final report.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Programmes de Contrôle des maladies transmissibles : évaluation du groupe - rapport final. "November 23, 2010." "Approved by Executive Committee Finance, Evaluation and Accountability (EC-FEA)."
Date 2010.
Number of Pages [119] p. in various pagings :
Catalogue Number
  • H14-181/2010E-PDF
Subject Terms Infectious diseases, Control, Program assessment