Annual Outbreak Summary 2002

Thursday 19th September 2019


Table of Contents

1. SUMMARY
A. Incidence & Outcomes:
B. Geography
C. Pathogens
D. Settings
E. Transmission Routes
F. Sources
G. Recognition, Reporting and Control of Outbreaks

2. INTRODUCTION
A. Population Demographics
B. Data and Surveillance Systems

3. METHODS
A. Case Definition
B. Data Used For This Report

4. RESULTS
A. Characteristics of Outbreaks
    A4.1 Incidence of outbreaks in New Zealand

B. Types of Outbreaks
    B4.2 Common Source Outbreaks
    B4.3 Community Wide Outbreaks
    B4.4 Outbreaks in Defined Settings
    B4.5 2002 and 2001 Comparisons
    B4.6 Outbreaks and Cases by Health District
    B4.7 Causal Pathogens and Toxins
    B4.8 Pathogens Causing Types of Outbreaks
    B4.9 Outcome of Outbreaks
    B4.10 Outbreak Setting
    B4.11 Transmission
    B4.12 Specific Pathogens Related to Transmission of Outbreaks
    B4.13 Pathogens, Foods and Factors Contributing to Foodborne Outbreaks
    B4.14 Pathogens and Factors Affecting Waterborne Outbreaks
    B4.15 Pathogens and Factors Affecting Person to Person Outbreaks
    B4.16 Pathogens and Factors Affecting Environmental Outbreaks.
    B4.17 Pathogens Implicated in Zoonotic Outbreaks

C. Outbreak Recognition, Investigation and Control
    C4.18 Reporting Delays
    C4.19 Means of recognition and linkage between cases
    C4.20 Control Measures

5. DISCUSSION
A. Outbreak Descriptions
B. Recognition, Reporting and Control of Outbreaks
C. Data Limitations and Biases

6. REFERENCES

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