We are in the process of re-developing the PPHSN website. As we shift from old to new, folios and templates will be in transitions. Keep coming back to see the improvements. We thank you for your patience.
The Pacific Public Health Surveillance Network (PPHSN) is a voluntary network of countries and organisations dedicated to the promotion of public health surveillance and appropriate response to the health challenges of 22 Pacific Island countries and territories.
The first priorities of PPHSN are communicable diseases, especially the outbreak-prone ones. At this stage the target diseases include: dengue, measles, rubella, influenza, leptospirosis, typhoid fever, cholera and HIV/STIs.
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Outcomes from recent PPHSN meetings
PPHSN Regional LabNet/EpiNet meeting, Nadi, Fiji, 20-22 July 2015
20th Meeting of the PPHSN Coordinating Body, Nadi, Fiji, 23-24 July 2015
Map of Epidemic and emerging disease alerts in the Pacific
This new interactive web-based map provides an overview of the most up to date information on the circulation of epidemic and emerging diseases in the Pacific.
The web interface allows users to visualise the epidemics and alerts in different ways, i.e. by country, disease, type of transmission and over recent time.
Future developments will provide more descriptive and technical
information on actual situations, and ultimately on historical data. Have a look!