Euvichol Product Insert

The intention of this glossary is to help clarify the meaning of terms and in the process assist in developing improved strategies for the control and eventual elimination of cholera.  When describing cholera and cholera vaccination programs, consistent use of certain terms may be helpful.This glossary is suggested as a guide to commonly used terms for cholera and cholera vaccine programs.An annex accompanies this glossary, which expands the understanding and concepts of many of these terms. This document is a work in progress; to make comments, corrections and additions, please contact the authors at stopchol@ jhsph.edu or jhsph.stopchol@jhu.edu

This document identifies the ethical concerns associated with oral cholera vaccine and provides guidance on the ethical issues that may arise when considering the use of oral cholera vaccine. 

This document outlines the need for integrating water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) activities and other traditional cholera control interventions with oral cholera vaccination programs. 

This document is intended as a self-assessment guide to determine if preparations are adequate for a facility and community to manage a cholera outbreak. It includes templates to assess community knowledge, health facility capacity, health care provider capacity and regional and district resources. It also includes a rapid facility assessment tool. 

This guide provides step-by-step instructions for detecting Vibrio cholera 01 from fecal samples using a modified dipstick assay, a low-cost simplified method of confirming cholera.

This document addresses the risks and benefits of cholera and the use of oral cholera vaccine in pregnant women. 

This fact sheet provides an introduction to the Infectious Disease Cost Calculator, which can be used to assess the costs associated with the disease, cholera.