We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 January 2020, titles published by APHA Press are available in the UK, Continental Europe, Asia, and Oceania through Eurospan.

APHA Press, an imprint of the American Public Health Association, provides public health practitioners, scholars and students with accessible and affordable resources of the highest quality. Now in its 20th edition, their best-selling title, Control of Communicable Diseases Manual, is an invaluable reference for everyone working in the field of public health and epidemiology worldwide.


                     

Bestseller
Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
An Official Report of the American Public Health Association, 20th Edition
Edited by David L. Heymann
2015 729pp
9780875530185 Paperback
The must have resource for anyone in the field of public health. Every chapter in the 20th edition has been reworked with new chapters added. It is a timely update to a milestone reference work, ensuring the manual's relevance and usefulness to every public health professional around the world.

New
Control of Communicable Diseases: Clinical Practice
Edited by Omar Khan & David L. Heymann
Jan 2020 700pp
9780875533070 Paperback
Addressing the needs of the busy or travelling clinician, this book covers diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases, while also providing an overview of epidemiology and prevention. It balances depth with brevity, and packs a great deal of authoritative knowledge from worldwide public health and health care experts. This is a must-have for the pockets, duffle bags, and bookshelves of all health care practitioners and global health professionals.

Control of Communicable Diseases: Laboratory Practice
Edited by Burton W. Wilcke, Jr & David L. Heymann
Feb 2019 689pp
9780875532851 Paperback
Provides as overview of the latest laboratory procedures for communicable diseases as well as information on laboratory safety practices, the critical role of quality assurance in all testing and the importance of laboratory informatics and rapid reporting processes. With in-depth detail for each disease, this is a must-have for all laboratory scientists, epidemiologists and others involved with communicable disease control. Laboratory Practice supports both planning and response for disease control.