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Vicky Sheppeard

Director of Communicable Diseases

NSW Inc

HQ Phone:  +61 2 9372 8720

Email: v***@***.au

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NSW Inc

Level 21 McKell Building 2-24 Rawson Place

Sydney, New South Wales,2000

Australia

Company Description

We help meet New South Wales' health needs by managing the planning, design and delivery of health infrastructure capital works. We do so by uniting the skills and resources of the construction and health industries to deliver world-class infrastructure and he... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

COMDIS


Liverpool Hospital


Affiliations

National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance

Representative


Web References(110 Total References)


Advisory Board » NCIRS

ncirs.edu.au [cached]

Dr Vicky Sheppeard, Director, Communicable Diseases Branch, Health Protection NSW


Persistence pays off to get the right diagnosis | Rheumatic Heart Disease Australia

www.rhdaustralia.org.au [cached]

We look forward to working with Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and Aboriginal communities to reduce the burden of these preventable conditions" said Dr Vicky Sheppeard of NSW Health.


Measles outbreak in Sydney worsens, more expected after Blue Mountains Hospital case - Healthed Healthed

www.healthed.com.au [cached]

Vicky Sheppeard, director of communicable diseases with NSW Health, said it was possible the patient infected others while spending time in Lawson, Strathfield and Leichhardt in the preceding days.
The patient visited Marion Aged Care Facility in Leichhardt on April 10, the Me Oi Vietnamese Restaurant in Strathfield that same day and went to the Lawson shops in the Blue Mountains again that day as well as on April 13. "Unfortunately there probably still will be more cases to arise," Dr Sheppeard said.


HEALTH WARNING: Whooping cough outbreak may be imminent

www.ineedaspecialist.com.au [cached]

Parents in New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT have been warned to be vigilant with the sharp increase in the number of recorded cases of whooping cough, sparking concern that an epidemic may be imminent.
Between April and December last year, the number of whooping cough cases in New South Wales has quadrupled, whilst reported cases in Victoria and the ACT have doubled. Dr Vicky Sheppeard, the director of communicable disease at NSW Health, said cases were clearly on the rise in the state and there were three steps everyone could take to help protect vulnerable members of the community.


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Dr Vicky Sheppeard, Director of Communicable Diseases at NSW Health, says people on that flight should watch out for symptoms such as fever, tiredness, runny nose, cough and sore red eyes.
Symptoms could be expected to appear any time between August 30 and September 10. So far this year eight measles-infected travellers have arrived in NSW, while measles cases linked to international travellers have also been reported in Melbourne and Brisbane. In Victoria, 10 cases of measles were detected in just three weeks. A Melbourne man has been linked to four cases in Victoria and one in Queensland after his diagnosis earlier this month prompted health alerts in both states.


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