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Cooperation

Disease Control and Prevention Center (DCC) widely cooperates with external organizations to strengthen efforts to protect society and individuals from threats and risks of infectious diseases through effective education and information dissemination.

Cooperation with Organizations

WHO

  1. Dispatch of infectious disease experts to the WHO mission
  2. Participate in Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN)

Geosentinel

  1. International travel-related surveillance base site (2 hospitals in Japan including us)
  2. Participate in annual meeting and early information sharing by e-mail

Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW Japan)

  1. Sharing and collaborating missions as a national center of infectious diseases
  2. Personnel interchange
  3. Collaboration of business and research closely related to national infectious disease crisis management

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA Japan)

  1. Sharing of local infectious disease emergency information
  2. Acceptance of overseas medical officer training

National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID)

  1. Joint-hosting of infectious disease epidemiology training course
  2. Mutual technical support collaboration
  3. Cooperative research

Tokyo Metropolitan Infectious Disease Surveillance Center

  1. Sharing information
  2. Support for infectious disease outbreak cases
  3. Dispatch of instructor to workshops
  4. Cooperation with metropolitan hospitals for infectious disease cases

Quarantine office

  1. Information exchange
  2. Acceptance of quarantine officer (medical doctors) training
  3. Personnel exchange of quarantine officers (nurses)

Support for medical institutions in Japan

  1. Consultation on infectious disease cases
  2. Acceptance of referral patient of infectious disease
  3. Streaming of seminars
  4. Holding workshops such as traveler’s vaccine training course, imported infectious disease workshop, etc.
  5. Publication of first-class infectious disease workshop (e-learning system)
  6. Release of manuals and guidelines about infectious disease
  7. Support for prevention and early response to outbreaks

Cooperation with Universities

Tohoku University

  • Joint-hosting of infectious disease epidemiology training course 
  • Mutual participation in each conference 
  • Holding a study group 

Nagasaki University

  • Holding training course about hospital epidemiology 
  • Cooperative graduate school(emerging, reconstruction infectious disease) 

Kobe University

  • Imported infectious disease workshop