Tuberculosis notifications in Australia annual reports

This page contains links to annual reports on tuberculosis notifications in Australia and reports on bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance, produced by the Australian Mycobacterium Laboratory Reference Network from 1994. Both HTML and PDF versions are available.

Page last updated: 10 September 2013

Tuberculosis (TB) represents one of the most significant public health threats to the global population. Annual reports on tuberculosis notifications in Australia and on bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance, produced by the Australian Mycobacterium Laboratory Reference Network have been produced and published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence since 1994.

Tuberculosis notifications in Australia and laboratory-based reports

2008 and 2009 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 140 KB)

2007 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 133KB)

2006 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 150KB)

2005 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 150KB)

2004 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 73KB)

2003 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 165KB)

2002 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 128KB)

2001 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 64KB)

2000 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 201KB)

1999 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 98KB)

1998 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 90KB)

1997 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 109KB)

1996 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia
(PDF version 127KB)

1995 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia (PDF version only 88KB)

1994 Tuberculosis notifications in Australia (PDF version only 73KB)

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Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
Report of the Australian Mycobacterium Laboratory Reference Network

2010: Report of the Tuberculosis In Australia: Bacteriologically confirmed Cases And Drug Resistance
(Also available as a PDF file 759 KB)

2008/2009 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 119KB)

2007 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 103KB)

2006 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 118KB)

2005 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 118KB)

2004 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 58KB)

2003 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 431KB)

2002 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 90KB)

2001 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 126KB)

2000 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 125KB)

1998 to 1999 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 79KB)

1997 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 201KB)

1996 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance
(PDF version 33KB)

1994 to 1995 Tuberculosis in Australia: bacteriologically confirmed cases and drug resistance (PDF version only 88KB)


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