STAT!Ref Resources for Infectious Disease

Last May during the the 2016 World Health Assembly, Dr. Margaret Chan, the director general of the World Health Organization, said “the world is not prepared to cope with what appears to be a dramatic increase in new and reemerging infectious disease threats.” She also suggested “the Zika virus — which causes microcephaly and other devastating brain defects in infants born to women infected during pregnancy — has shown how impotent the world is in the face of disease threats.”

And, with the most recent news that the federal government awarded $3.7 million to the Hawaii state Department of Health to fight infectious diseases like and Hepatitis A and the Zika virus, it is more imperative than ever that your institution offer infectious disease medicine resources to your practicing physicians, medical students and residents.

With the STAT!Ref Infectious Disease core resources collection you will have some of the most popular references in this discipline to help provide your users with practical guidance and form care plans. Please see below for a list of available Infectious Disease resources from STAT!Ref.

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