The veterinary profession's contribution to animal health surveillance in Australia

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Abstract

Animal health surveillance is key to detecting and controlling animal disease, by creating data to demonstrate disease freedom for trade and to enable domestic disease management. The sensitivity of passive surveillance is influenced by the clinical effects of disease, rate of transmission, population structure (e.g. herd size, production system), disease awareness of animal owners and veterinarians, and their preparedness to report.
Original languageEnglish
Pages8-9
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 05 Jul 2018
EventAustralian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Science Week - Gold Coast, Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 05 Jul 201807 Jul 2018

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ConferenceAustralian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Science Week
CountryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period05/07/1807/07/18

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animal diseases
animal health
monitoring
herd size
veterinarians
disease control
production technology
population structure

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Davis, E., Hernandez-Jover, M., Manyweathers, J., Maru, Y., Woodgate, R., & Hayes, L. (2018). The veterinary profession's contribution to animal health surveillance in Australia. 8-9. Abstract from Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Science Week, Gold Coast, Australia.
Davis, Emma ; Hernandez-Jover, Marta ; Manyweathers, Jennifer ; Maru, Yiheyis ; Woodgate, Rob ; Hayes, Lynne. / The veterinary profession's contribution to animal health surveillance in Australia. Abstract from Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Science Week, Gold Coast, Australia.2 p.
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2018. 8-9 Abstract from Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Science Week, Gold Coast, Australia.

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