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Staying healthy in child care - preventing infectious diseases in child care - 4th Edition

Closed on Friday, 16 September 2005, 12:00am (AEDT). Submissions are no longer being accepted.

The NHMRC is keen to ensure that the Australian community has the best opportunity to participate in developing NHMRC reports. This page lists the closed public consultations.

Public Consultation, draft guidelines; Staying Healthy in Child Care: Preventing infectious diseases in child care- 4th Edition. The draft guidelines aim to assist child care workers, parents and health professionals in controlling the spread of childhood diseases. It describes simple but effective methods for minimising the spread of infections for many common childhood diseases which are encountered in child care and the home.

Submissions closed on 16 September 2005

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is Australia 's peak body for the provision of advice to improve individual and population health, consideration of ethical issues in health and health research, and fostering medical research in the interest of improving health standards for all Australians.

Through a revision process the NHMRC has developed Staying Healthy in Child Care: Preventing infectious diseases in child care - 4th Edition.

The acceptance by NHMRC of the revised document will coincide with the rescinding of the existing 3rd Edition.

You are invited to make a submission to the NHMRC about the draft document.

Consultation documents

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Consultation date

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Closing date: 
Friday, 16 September 2005 (All day)
Please note that for some NHMRC consultations no extensions will be given. Where extensions are available you will need to contact the project officer using the contact details at the bottom of this page. However, in order for NHMRC to extend the date of a submission you will need to have created an account and started a submission.
Contact for further information

National Health and Medical Research Council

GPO Box 1421



(02) 6217 9000

Public submissions

Page reviewed: 7 February, 2014