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    Infectious Disease Prevention Section
    Mail Code: 1927
    PO BOX 149347 - Austin, TX 78714-9347
    1100 West 49th Street, Suite G401
    Austin, TX 78714

    Phone: (512) 776-7676
    Fax: (512) 776-7616


Educational Materials from the Zoonosis Control Branch

ACO Training   Conferences

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has a variety of free educational materials available. These materials can be downloaded and printed by clicking on the title below (except for larger posters) or some may still be in stock and available for ordering from the catalog of Forms and Literature or your DSHS Regional Zoonosis Control Offices.

The following is a list of available topics:

(7-7) Encephalitis (Pamphlet) (PDF)
(7-7a) Encefalitis (Folleto - En Espaol) (PDF)
(7-11) Oral Rabies Vaccination Program (ORVP) (PDF)
(7-13) Rabies/La Rabia (English and Spanish) (PDF)
(7-16) The Wild Side of Rabies (PDF)
(7-20) Animal Bites (PDF)
(7-21) Preventing Dog Bites to Infants (poster)
(7-24) Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (PDF)
(7-25) Rabies and Wildlife (Poster)
(7-26) Rabies Poster (vaccination clinics/importance of vaccinations)
(7-26a) Rabies Poster (vaccination clinics/importance of vaccinations - Spanish)
(7-27) Zoonoses (PDF)
(7-28) Caring for Your Pet (PDF)
(7-32) Murine Typhus (Fleaborne Typhus) (PDF)
(7-34) Toxoplasmosis (PDF)
(7-36) Facts About Plague (PDF)
(7-36a) Informacion Sobre La Peste (PDF)
(7-37) Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (PDF)
(7-39) Bats and Rabies Poster for Schools (PDF)
(7-39a) Murcielagos y rabia postar para escuelas  (PDF)

The following literature is no longer available for ordering, but the materials are still available online:

(6-33) A Guide to the Diagnosis of Tick-Borne Diseases (PDF)
(6-52) Prevent dengue/Prevenga el dengue (English and Spanish) (PDF)
(6-108) Rabies Prevention in Texas (PDF) (Contains technical information on pre- and postexposure treatment)
(7-12) Organizing a Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic
(7-22) Wildlife as Pets (Pamphlet)
(E2-8) Bats (PDF)

If you are interested in borrowing films on rabies or animal control for presentations, you can contact the DSHS Audiovisual Library at (512) 776-7260.

Last updated December 2, 2019