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LASSA Fever

A brief instruction for handling and transport of samples from suspected cases and exposed contacts, including referral for diagnostic confirmation (EMERGE Network, Work Package 5)

Date of issue October 19, 2016PDF (163 KB, File does not meet accessibility standards.)

QUANDHIP – publications and presentations

As an outcome, the following publications and presentations have been generated within the framework of the Joint Action QUANDHIP (Quality Assurance Exercises and Networking on the Detection of Highly Infectious Pathogens).

Date of issue July 8, 2016PDF (101 KB, File does not meet accessibility standards.)

EU support for key public health initiatives 2008-2011 – Joint Actions

The Joint Action was designed to consolidate the outcome of two separate earlier EU-funded projects on bacteria and on viruses. The established networks are linking 39 research and diagnostic laboratories in 23 European countries, to develop an integrated European laboratory structure for these highly pathogenic agents. In close cooperation, the activities of the QUANDHIP partners helped to reduce risk and mitigate the consequences of any such outbreaks or cross-border events by managing and coordinating laboratory diagnostic capacities.

Date of issue May 30, 2013PDF (13 MB, File does not meet accessibility standards.)

QUANDHIP brochure

The Joint Action (JA) aimed to link and consolidate two existing networks on highly infectious bacteria and viruses emerged from the EU funded projects EQADeBa
Detection of Highly Pathogenic Bacteria of Potential Bioterrorism Risk / ENHPB, coordinated by the Robert Koch-Institut (RKI), Germany, and the Euronet P4 Network (ENP4 Lab) coordinated by National Institute for Infectious Diseases (INMI), Italy.

Date of issue December 1, 2012PDF (184 KB, File does not meet accessibility standards.)

QUANDHIP Poster

Contribution to a better future for health in Europe through QUANDHIP: Quality Assurance Exercises and Networking on the Detection of Highly Infectious Pathogens.

Date of issue December 1, 2012PDF (351 KB, File does not meet accessibility standards.)

Additional Information

  • Bacillus anthracis © RKI Anthrax

    Bacillus anthracis

  • Ebolavirus © RKI Ebola virus disease

    Ebolavirus

  • Yersinia pestis © CDC/PHIL (1993) - ID 2050 Plague

    Yersinia pestis

  • Brucella melitensis © RKI Brucellosis

    Brucella melitensis

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