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The mission of the California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors is to improve and protect public health through the promotion and advancement of public health laboratory practice.
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CDC Ebola Updates

Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease)

Interim Guidance for Specimen Collection, Transport, Testing, and Submission for Persons Under Investigation for Ebola Virus Disease in the United States 

Required CDC Request Forms to accompany each specimen for Ebola testing 

Specimen Submission CDC Form 50.34  Special Pathogens Branch Specimen Submission Form


CAPHLD Goals and Priorities - Access to Ebola Testing 

♦ Word version (Can be used as a template by Member Laboratories)
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PDF version

CAPHLD Quick Reference Guide to EVD Testing
Fillable Form - Click here
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Member Laboratory News
Dr. Jim Beebe, Director of the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Laboratory has been invited to represent the local public health laboratories on CDC's Advanced Molecular Detection (AMD) initiative meeting.  The 2-day strategic planning meeting will be held in Atlanta in February 2015. The meeting is being co-convened by APHL and CDC and will engage all relevant stakeholders in the process. The purpose of the meeting is to broadly outline future directions for engagement of the public health system in the implementation of CDC's AMD initiative.
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Calendar of Events


CalREDIE Electronic Lab Reporting (ELR)

California Reportable Disease Information Exchange Electronic Lab Reporting (CalREDIE ELR) allows organizations to comply with California public health requirements regarding laboratory reporting or reportable conditions through an automated, secure process.

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