The use of a systematic review methodology of scientific publication databases for better tailored surveillance of zoonotic and wildlife-transmitted diseases of livestock

Daniel Beltran-Alcrudo, Cristina Rojo Gimeno, Anke Wiethoelter, Siobahn Mor

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    There is a growing need to develop better methods to objectively and rapidly assess the relative importance of animal diseases in
    different regions, the species affected and the trend over time. These methods will help to inform the better development and
    refining of surveillance, prevention and control strategies. A number of different sources of animal health information exist, i.e.,
    official reporting, the media and scientific publications (Figure 1), all complementary, but subjected to their own biases and limitations.
    We developed a new methodology to use scientific publications to assess the status of animal diseases, which was applied
    to two contexts, namely diseases transmitted from livestock to humans (livestock zoonoses), and diseases at the wildlife-livestock
    interface.
    Oorspronkelijke taalEngels
    Aantal pagina’s1
    PublicatiestatusGepubliceerd - 7-mei-2014
    EvenementInternational conference in animal health surveillance - La Habana, Cuba
    Duur: 7-mei-20149-mei-2014

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    CongresInternational conference in animal health surveillance
    LandCuba
    StadLa Habana
    Periode7/05/149/05/14

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