From PPHSN Meetings
SPC/WHO Pacific Islands Meeting on Public Health Surveillance (1996: Noumea, New Caledonia) Report. Noumea: SPC, 1998.
PACNET/Western Pacific HealthNet (WPHNet) Pacific Telehealth Conference (1998: Noumea, New Caledonia) Report SPC/PBMA. Noumea: SPC, 1999.
Meeting on HIV, AIDS and STI Epidemiological Surveillance for Pacific island countries (22-26 November 1999: Nadi, Fiji) Report. Manila: WHO, 2000.
SPC/WHO Inaugural Meeting of the PPHSN Public Health Laboratory Network (2000: Noumea, New Caledonia) Report. Noumea: SPC, 2001.
First LabNet Technical Working Body (TWB) meeting - Noumea, New Caledonia, 23 July 2002 > Summary published in Inform'ACTION #12
SPC/WHO First Regional EpiNet Workshop "Building on the SARS Experience - Preparing PPHSN for Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases" co-organised by SPC & WHO, 1-5 September 2003, Suva, Fiji Islands > Summary published in Inform'ACTION #15
SPC/WHO Regional workshop "LabNet 2003" - Suva, Fiji Islands, 8-10 September 2003 > Summary published in Inform'ACTION # 16
SPC/WHO Second Regional EpiNet Workshop "PPHSN Preparedness for Influenza and other Potential Threats like Dengue and SARS", co-organised by SPC and WHO in Noumea, New Caledonia, 7-11 June 2004 >> General Recommendations and Plan of Action for 2004-2006
Other Meeting reports mentioning PPHSN
Inter-agency Meeting on Health Information Requirements in the South Pacific (1995: Noumea, New Caledonia) Report. Noumea, SPC: 1997.
Regional Conference of Heads of Health Services (15th: 1996: Noumea, New Caledonia) Report. Noumea: SPC, 1996.
Meeting of the Directors of Health for the Pacific Island Countries (1999: Koror, Republic of Palau). Report WHO. 1999.
Madang Commitment Towards Healthy Islands (2001: Conclusions and Recommendations: Meeting of Ministers of Health for the Pacific Island Countries, Madang, Papua New Guinea). Report WHO/SPC. 2001.
Tonga Commitment to Promote Healthy Lifestyle and Supportive Environment: Meeting of Ministers of Health for the Pacific Island Countries, Nuku'alofa, Tonga. Report WHO/SPC. 2003.