Australian Q Fever Register
The Australian Q Fever Register stores information on the Q Fever immune status of individuals.
This site also contains general information on Q Fever as well as information about the Register and password access for individuals to search for their own Q Fever immune status and Authorised Users to search for Q Fever immune status where they have consent to do so.
The Register commenced national operations in 2002 and is owned and funded by the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC). Accordingly, the primary focus of the Register is to record the Q Fever immune status of individuals working or associated with the meat processing and affiliated livestock industries. However, other individuals may also register their Q Fever immune status.
The Register is owned and funded by the Australian Meat Processor Corporation.
28 May 2018
The Q Fever Registration Number is now available to Authorised Users at time of initial registration of an individual's records to the register. Authorised Users are also reminded that they must ensure they have the correct Consent and Vaccination Forms which can be downloaded from here.
3 April 2018
The Australian Q Fever Register is being upgraded. For important information about the changes, please click here.
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page provides an overview of common questions regarding Q Fever and the Register.
Find a vaccinator
This page provides a list of medical practitioners in each state who choose to register on the National Q Fever Register.
Forms and resources
The Download Area contains standard forms, Fact Sheets, and data templates for use with the Register.
Information for GPs
General practitioners may be asked to test and vaccinate individuals, or to work with an employer (such as a meat processor) to test and vaccinate their staff.
Links to a wide range of relevant web sites.
Contact the Register
Details to help you to contact the Q Fever register.
Access the Register
Authorised Users may access the Register by clicking on the button below. A password is required.
For more information on the Australian Meat Processor Corporation, please click here