Syphilis and congenital syphilis in Europe - A review of epidemiological trends (2007–2018) and options for response
Since 2010, syphilis notification rates in the EU/EAA have been on the increase, but in recent years this trend seems to accelerate, predominantly among men having sex with men. Similar trends have been observed in high-income countries outside the EU/EAA. While the overall trend remained relatively stable, outbreaks or clusters of syphilis cases have also been reported among heterosexual populations in the EU/EEA. In several high-income countries (e.g. USA, Japan), increases in congenital syphilis occurred in connection with increases in syphilis notifications among women.
HIV in Europe and Central Asia: progress in 2018 towards meeting the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets
Brown, A.E., Hayes, R., Noori, T., Azad, Y., Amato-Gauci, A.J., Pharris, A., Delpech, V.C., The Ecdc Dublin Declaration Monitoring Network
- Central Asia
- Czech Republic
- HIV infection
- Prevention and control
- Public health response
- The Republic of North Macedonia
- Transmission of disease
- United Kingdom
Experience and lessons from surveillance and studies of the 2009 pandemic in Europe
Nicoll, A., Ammon, A., Amato, A., Ciancio, B., Zucs, P., Devaux, I., Plata, F., Mazick, A., Molbak, K., Asikainen, T., Kramarz, P.
Laboratory preparedness for detection and monitoring of Shiga toxin 2-producing Escherichia coli O104:H4 in Europe and response to the 2011 outbreak.
Rosin, P., Niskanen, T., Palm, D., Struelens, M., Takkinen, J., Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli Experts of the European Union Food- Waterborne Diseases Zoonoses Network.
A network strategy to advance public health in Europe
Semenza, J.C., Apfel, F., Rose, T., Giesecke, J.
Strategies for disease-specific programmes 2010–2013
This document sets out the strategic priorities for all six ECDC disease-specific programmes from 2010 to 2013 based on a short description of the epidemiological background, context in which ECDC works on that specific disease or disease group, and defined gaps that require action at the European Union (EU) level.
Strategies for the surveillance of COVID-19
This document proposes an updated strategy for COVID-19 surveillance at national and EU/EEA level that specifically aims to reconcile the data needs for effective pandemic response with what is still feasible in countries and within healthcare systems under siege, while taking into account guidance issued by the World Health Organization.
Epidemiology, surveillance and control of infectious diseases in the European overseas countries and territories, 2011
Jones, J., Gastellu-Etchegorry, M., Stenz, F.K., Baudon, C., Bloem, S.J., Bondonneau, M., Cohuet, S., Diggle, R., Ewing, R.W., Gerstenbluth, I., Grangeon, J.P., Kumar Alla, K., Lajoinie, G., Tromp, M., Tumahai, T., YVon J.F., Swaan, C.M., Gossner, C.M.