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Epidemiology Unit

The Epidemiology Unit was established in 1959 with assistance from the World Health Organization (WHO) to strengthen surveillance of communicable diseases. Initially, the unit functioned with a WHO consultant and a national counterpart, who, after further training in epidemiology, was appointed in 1961, as the Epidemiologist of the Department of Health Services. Prior to this, the functions of epidemiological surveillance were under the guidance of a Senior Medical Officer (Epidemiology) in the Department of Health Services. From its inception, the Epidemiological Unit worked very closely with the Public Health Veterinary Officer (presently the  Director, Public Health Veterinary Services) and the Medical Statistician, and were all located at Chelsea Gardens, Colombo 3.

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Revised Summery Guidelines for Clinical Management and Laboratory Investigation of Patients with Seasonal Influenza Virus Infection  

Revised Summery Guidelines for Patients with Seasonal Influenza Virus Infection ( English / Sinhala )

National Immunization Summit , 2015

National Immunization Summit, 2015

Weekly Epidemiology Report - 2017 / 22 Week ( WER )

Patient Safety

Quarterly Epidemiology Bulletin - 2016  ( QEB )

Epidemiology Bulletin - 1st Quarter 2016

Annual Epidemiology Bulletin ( AEB )

Annual Epidemiology Bulletin - 2012

Immunization Schedule

Immunization Schedule

New MOH and Clinic VMR

New MOH Office and Clinic Vaccine Movement Register

National Immunization Policy

National Immunization Policy

Chronic Kidney Disease

National Research Programme for Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Aetiology -WHO Report (PDF)

Investigation and Evaluation of Chronic Kidney Disease of Uncertain Aetiology - WHO Report (PPT)

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Dengue update

During the last 09 month of the year 2017, 153705 suspected dengue cases have been reported to the Epidemiology Unit from all over the island. Latest Disease Trends,


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Calendar of Activities

What's New

Latest Events

Introduction of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine into the National Immunization Programme 

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Dengue mosquito control week : 20 - 26 Sept 2017

Advice's for patients with Dengue Fever who are on ambulatory care ( Sinhala TamilEnglish )

Printable versions ( Sinhala / Tamil / English )

Triage of fever patients with suspected dengue and criteria for admission

Events

Introduction of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine into the National Immunization Programme

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Dengue mosquito control week : 20 - 26 Sept 2017

Advice's for patients with Dengue Fever who are on ambulatory care ( Sinhala / Tamil / English )

Printable versions ( Sinhala / Tamil / English )

Triage of fever patients with suspected dengue and criteria for admission

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Disease Surveillance in Flood Affected Areas

1. Public health measures to be adopted in the event of floods.

2. Health messages for public.

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Zika Leaflet ( Sinhala/English )

Revised Guidelines for Clinical Management, Laboratory Investigation and Surveillance of Patients with Zika Virus Infection

 

Immunization coverage assessment survey

 

Ebola Preparedness – Assessment in Sri Lanka

Polio Eradication Endgame Plan

 

Influenza Disease

Seasonal Influenza

Influenza in pregnancy

MERS-CoV Infection

Introduction of the Inactivated Polio Vaccine

Symposium on Challenges in Prevention and Control of Hepatitis C

 


Working guideline for the management of patients having Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)

Diagnosis of Ebola virus disease (EVD)

Haematological investigations of Ebola Virus disease (EVD) suspected patients

Before conducting any haematological investigations on suspected   Ebola Virus disease (EVD) patients

Please contact,

  1. Epidemiology unit – 0112 695112, 0112 681548
  2. Dr. Sunethra Gunasena  (Consultant virologist ) Medical Research Institute(MRI) Colombo
- 0112 693532, 0112 693533,0112 693534 / 5


News
Disease surveillance go online

Routine H399 (Weekly Return of Communicable Diseases) based disease surveillance system has been the driving hub for Sri Lankan...

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Press Releases


A report has been received on 22nd March 2011 by the Epidemiology Unit of the Ministry of Health from the Regional Epidemiologist...

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