Animal Disease Surveillance and Survey Systems: Methods and Applications
November 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
This text will be of value in veterinary epidemiology and regulatory medicine, where there is need for a concise collection of material on animal disease monitoring, surveillance, and reporting strategies. This need arises from a new era of international trade regulations based on animal diseases, new demands for accountability in utilization of research funds, and calls for prioritizing and economically justifying animal health regulatory and diagnostic activities.
Chapter 1. Surveillance and Monitoring Systems for Animal Health Program and Disease Suveys (M.D. Salman).
Chapter 2. Application of Surveillance and Monitoring Systems in Disease Control Programs (J. Christensen).
Chapter 3. Planning Survey, Surveillance, and Monitoring Systems-Roles and Requirements (C. Zepeda and M.D. Salman).
Chapter 4. Sampling Considerations in Surveys and Monitoring and Surveillance Systems (A. Cameron, I. Gardner, M.G. Doherr, and B. Wagner).
Chapter 5. Statistical Analysis of Data from Surveys, Monitoring, and Surveillance Systems (B. Wagner, I. Gardner, A. Cameron, and M.G. Doherr).
Chapter 6. Methods for Determining Temporal Clusters in Surveillance and Survey Programs (T.E. Carpenter and M.P. Ward).
Chapter 7. Methods for Determining Spartial Clusters in Surveillance and Survey Programs (T.E. Carpenter and M.P. Ward).
Chapter 8. Use of Sentinel Herds in Monitoring and Surveillance Systems (B.J. McCluskey).
Chapter 9. Use of Animal Monitoring and Surveillance Systems When the Frequency of Health-Related Events is Near Zero (M.G. Doherr, L. Audige, M.D. Salman, and I.A. Gardner).
Chapter 10. Use of Simulation Models in Surveillance and Monitoring Systems (L. Audige, M.G. Doherr, and B. Wagner).
Chapter 11. Quality Assessment of Animal Disease Surveillance and Survey Systems (K.D.C. Stark).
Chapter 12. Dissemination of Surveillance Findings (N.E. Wineland and D.A. Dargatz).
Chapter 13. Danish Swine Salmonellosis Control Program: 1993 to 2001 (J. Christensen).
- A concise collection of material on animal disease monitoring, surveillance and reporting strategies that fully explains the methods and techniques involved
- Invaluable to epidemiologists and other animal health authorities who are working in national, regional, and international programs
- A perfect training manual for professionals and postgraduates
- Emphasis on fundamental principles and practices ensures this book will not be quickly outdated