Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual reports

The Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit (APSU) conducts national active surveillance of rare diseases of childhood, including infectious and vaccine preventable diseases, genetic disorders, childhood injuries and mental health conditions. This page contains links to annual reports on summary of surveillance results for communicable and/or vaccine preventable diseases.

Page last updated: 30 June 2017

2015 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2014 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2013 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2012 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2011 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2010 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2008 and 2009 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2007 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2006 - Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit annual report
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2005 - Communicable and vaccine-preventable conditions under surveillance by the Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit
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2004 - Communicable and vaccine-preventable conditions under surveillance by the Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit
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