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CDC: Emerging Infectious Diseases

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"Emerging Infectious Diseases is an open access journal published monthly by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)." ... "Emerging Infectious Diseases follows the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors recommendations for the conduct, reporting, editing, and publishing of scholarly work in medical journals. The journal’s peer review process allows for critical assessment of submitted manuscripts by experts who are usually not part of its editorial staff.

Zika Care Connect

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The Zika Care Connect website contains information to help pregnant women and families find the appropriate healthcare professional and resources that can address their specific needs.

Proyecto ECHO de MCN: Zika

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MCN’S Project ECHO

MCN Project Echo

Migrant Clinicians Network has spearheaded a number of ECHO projects to best utilize limited resources to effectively address the health needs of populations in rural and underserved areas, in areas where both health care accessibility and specialty care for patients, and educational opportunities and networking for clinicians are limited.




Zika Virus

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A CDC resource page where there is current Zika updates and resources.

US Zika Pregnancy Registry

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As part of the response to the Zika outbreak, CDC, in collaboration with state, local, tribal, and territorial health departments, established a pregnancy registry for comprehensive monitoring of pregnancy and infant outcomes following possible Zika virus infection. The registry is an active surveillance system of pregnant women with laboratory evidence of possible Zika virus infection in the 50 US states and DC, and in the US territories.

Zika Virus, Other Mosquito-Borne Illnesses, and Mobile Populations

Zika virus and mobile populationsWhen it comes to mosquito-borne illnesses like Zika, chikungunya, dengue, and West Nile, migrants may warrant greater attention from clinicians in the exam room. In 2016, Zika became a household name as the virus gained speed through Central and South America, Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean, including US territories. Zika is not the only concerning illness spread by mosquitoes.

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