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Surveillance of Reportable Conditions

The BCCDC regularly updates the guidelines in this manual to reflect current best practice.

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Guidelines for Geographic Attribution of Communicable Disease Cases for Surveillance Reporting Purposes: Who Reports What?
Provincial Case Definitions for Reportable Conditions
Provincial Minimum Datasets
Disease-Specific Provincial Surveillance Forms
    • The data elements collected on disease-specific provincial surveillance forms include the data elements collected for all communicable diseases, those collected for vaccine-preventable diseases (if appropriate), as well as any disease-specific variables required.  Together these form the minimum dataset for each disease.  Those variables required for provincial reporting are noted on the provincial surveillance forms with an asterisk (*). 
Guidelines for Enteric Disease Surveillance
    • Diseases requiring individual case follow-up
    • Timeframes for initial contact

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