This study is recruiting campylobacteriosis cases in both the Auckland and Manawatu/Whanganui regions, as well as controls, to gather information and help determine the sources of the disease. The documents provided below are for the participants in the study.
Campylobacteriosis (infection with Campylobacter bacteria) is a very common illness in New Zealand. The infection causes diarrhoea and vomiting, and in a small number of cases, a long term illness or even death. To find out more about campylobacteriosis and this study, read the background information.