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Recent News

Pacific Islands Health Research Symposium 2014

  • News Item
  • May 22, 2014
Pacific Islands Health Research Symposium 2014 Theme: Broadening the Horizons in Health Research Date: 28-29th August 2014, Suva; Fiji Islands Call for Registration & Abstracts now open Closing Date for Abstracts: Monday 30th June 8:00am (Fiji Ti...

Call for Submissions - Fiji Journal of Public Health

  • News Item
  • May 6, 2014
June 2014 Issue – Theme: Women and Children’s Health – Submission Deadline 30th May 2014 September 2014 Issue – Theme: Environmental Health and Climate Change – Submission Deadline 30th August 2014. The FJPH is a Fiji based journal publish...

Call for Submissions - Fiji Journal of Public Health

  • News Item
  • February 17, 2014
The FJPH is a Fiji based journal published for public health practitioners, public health researchers, clinicians and all allied health practitioners. Our goal is to provide evidence based information and analysis they need to enable them to make the...

Annual Corporate Plan 2014

  • News Item
  • January 2, 2014
The development of the 2014 Annual Corporate Plan, whilst guided by the Roadmap for Democracy and Sustainable Socio-Economic Development... ...
  • Clinical Practice Guidelines Workshop - Northern Division

    Dr Ilaitia Lewenilovo - Champion of Clinical Pratise Guidelines Workgroup

  • Nausori Dental Clinic

    Friendly Staff of the Dental Clinic

  • Job Well Done

    Mr and Mrs Phul Singh of Davuilevu Nausori Opening the renovated Nausori Dental Clinic Patient Waiting Area dated 16th July 2010

  • Public Health

  • Wainikoro Health Centre

    Inspection of Dental Clinic

  • Opening of the renovated Nausori Dental Clinic Patient Waiting Area

    Invited Guests

  • Savusavu Hospital Dental Clinic

    Dental Staffs

  • Aerobics in the city streets

    CLOSE to 70 people took to the streets of Suva as part of the Healthy City Program in the capital city on Saturday April 10.

  • Doctors at Work

  • The Little One's Learning Centre

  • Colgate Palmolive Assists Health

  • TISI Sangam Signing

  • Doctors at Work

  • Opening of the renovated Nausori Dental Clinic Patient Waiting Area

    Invited Guests

  • Clinical Practice Guidelines Workshop - Northern Division

    Participants were Dental Staffs throughout the Northern Division

  • CWM Hospital Dental Clinic Outpatients Renovation

    Dedication of the renovated Dental Outpatients

  • Generous Donors of Nausori Dental Clinic Patient Waiting Area Renovations

    Mr and Mrs Phul Singh of Davuilevu Nausori donated $5000 towards the renovation of the Nausori Dental Clinic Patient Waiting Area dated 31st March 2010

  • AIDS

  • CWM Hospital Dental Clinic Outpatients Renovation

  • Nausori Dental Clinic - Renovated Patient Waiting Area

    Dedication of Renovated Patient Waiting Area by Dr Jiesa Baro

  • CWM Hospital Dental Clinic Outpatients Renovation

  • Doctors at Work

  • Nausori Dental Clinic

    Dr Mehar Ali - Senior Dental Officer

  • CWM Hospital Dental Clinic Outpatients Renovation

    Dr Eloni Tora and the New GM BSP Mr Kevin McCarthy during the handing over of the renovated patient waiting area. The handing over was done by Mr Kevin McCarthy dated 15th July 2010

Recent Articles

Cyclone Dengue

Approximately 40% of the world is at risk of Dengue (≈2.5 billion people). There are 50 – 100 million cases of Dengue every year. Almost 500 000 require hospitalization and 25 000 cases die annually.

Dengue fever has been reported in over 100 countries in Africa, the America’s, the Caribbean, Eastern Mediterranean, South East Asia and the Western Pacific regions.

Dengue fever outbreaks commonly occur in populated urban and residential areas of tropical nations. The disease is distributed along the distribution of the vector (agent that carries the disease). In this case, the vector is the mosquito (in particular the Aedes aegypti). The distribution remains 40˚North to 40˚South latitude.

Clinical Refresher on the Updated Dengue Management Guidelines

Infectious disease specialists from the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (South Pacific) recently completed a training-of-trainer program with selected clinicians from the Government and the Private health sector on the updated WHO clinical management guidelines for dengue fever.


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