Fact sheet - Health conditions directory
Brucellosis is an illness caused by infection with a type of bacteria (Brucella) that is spread to humans from infected animals including feral pigs, dogs, cattle, goats, sheep and camels. It occurs worldwide but is uncommon in Australia.
Public health management guidelines
- List of all Pathological, clinical and provisional diagnosis notifiable conditions
- List of Public Health Unit contacts
- Notifiable conditions report form for Queensland doctors/clinicians (PHA S70) or person in charge of a Hospital (PHA S71) (PDF, 77kB) - if faxing notification, follow up by phone.
Enhanced surveillance for public health units
- Case report form (PDF, 190kB) - used by public health units to collect and manage more detailed
information for enhanced case surveillance.