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Communicable Diseases Intelligence (CDI) is a quarterly publication of the Surveillance Section, Communicable Diseases and Biosecurity Branch, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. CDI aims to disseminate information on the epidemiology and control of communicable disease in Australia by providing current surveillance intelligence on communicable diseases in Australia accompanied by interpretation and expert commentary, publishing articles describing communicable disease surveillance and control and communicable disease epidemiology in Australia, and publishing significant strategic documents relevant to the surveillance and control of communicable disease in Australia.
Disease Watch is the Western Australian Communicable Diseases Bulletin produced by the Communicable Disease Control Directorate. It provides information on current issues relating to the notification, treatment and prevention of infectious conditions for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Western Australia.
This newsletter provides the latest information on immunisation for all Victorians. Topics covered include for example:
The International Journal of STD & AIDS is a peer reviewed journal that publishes contributions to the areas of sexually transmissible infections, HIV, and AIDS. Largely contributions to the journal focus on research, prevention, and the control of sexually transmissible infections and HIV/AIDS. Contributions accepted by the journal include editorial reviews, original articles and research, short papers, case reports, and audit reports. Additional features of the International Journal of STD & AIDS include a correspondence column, a book review section, and news from the genitourinary medicine associations.
Sexual Health is a journal that publishes contributions to the sexual health field. Areas of particular focus include HIV/AIDS, sexually transmissible infections, sexuality issues, and reproductive health. The journal's intended audience includes those working in the seuxal health field such as clinicians and public health practitioners as well as behavioural, clincial, laboratory, public health, and social science researchers. The type of contributions published by Sexual Health include editorials, review articles, peer reviewed original research, topcial debates, and case reports.
Sexuality & Culture is an international, interdisciplinary journal that publishes papers reporting on ethical, cultural, psychological, social, and political issues related to sexual relationships and sexual behaviour. An example of some of the topics covered in the journal includes: sexual consent and sexual responsibility; sexual privacy; and the impact of film/literature on sexual relationships.
The type of manuscripts accepted by the journal include: theoretical articles, empirical articles, book reviews, and critical reviews of literature and other media. Sexuality & Culture is published four times a year by Springer.
This scholarly journal publishes original peer reviewed articles on sexually transmitted diseases. The following areas represent the main focus of this journal: clinical, laboratory, immunology, epidemiology, sociology, and history. Sexually Transmitted Diseases is the official journal of the: American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association; International Union Against Sexually Transmitted Infections; and the Scandinavian Society for Genito-Urinary Medicine.
Sexually Transmitted Infections is reported to be the longest running international journal on sexual health and medicine. It publishes contributions focusing on the following areas of sexual health, sexually transmitted infections, and HIV/AIDS: clinical, laboratory, and epidemiology. The journal accepts for publication original papers, reviews, short reports, case reports and letters. Specific features of Sexually Transmitted Infections include editorials, review articles, research methodology, clinicopathological conferences, and correspondence. Readership of the journal is directed at: clinicians and health practitioners in sexual health, HIV, and related fields; public health consultants; health policy advisors; and sexual health advisors/counsellors.