ZOONOSES AND PUBLIC HEALTH - 2015 - Use of Multicriteria Risk Ranking of Zoonotic Diseases in a Developing Country: Case Study of Mongolia. PLOS 10/06/15 Prioritising Infectious Disease Mapping. Abstract Background Increasing volumes of data and computational capacity afford unprecedented opportunities to scale up infectious disease (ID) mapping for public health uses.
Whilst a large number of IDs show global spatial variation, comprehensive knowledge of these geographic patterns is poor. Here we use an objective method to prioritise mapping efforts to begin to address the large deficit in global disease maps currently available. Military medicine . 03/2008; Infectious Diseases Investment Decision Evaluation Algorithm: A Quantitative Algorithm for Prioritization of Naturally Occurring Infectious Disease Threats to the U.S. Military. F1000 RESEARCH 15/07/16 Can free open access resources strengthen knowledge-based emerging public health priorities, policies and programs in Africa? University of Sydney - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : A stakeholder-driven framework for exotic disease prioritisation and investigation, in the context of the domestic pig industry in Australia.
F1000 RESEARCH 15/07/16 Can free open access resources strengthen knowledge-based emerging public health priorities, policies and programs in Africa? EUROSURVEILLANCE 28/04/16 Best practices in ranking communicable disease threats: a literature review, 2015. International Journal of Food Microbiology - 2015 - Risk ranking of pathogens in ready-to-eat unprocessed foods of non-animal origin (FoNAO) in the EU: Initial evaluation using outbreak data (2007-2011) UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH - SEPT 2015 - Thèse en ligne : Prioritization of Foodborne Hazards Using Disability Adjusted Life Years. Preventive Veterinary Medicine Volume 81, Issues 1-3, 14 September 2007 Development of methodology to prioritise wildlife pathogens for surveillance. Volume 81, Issues 1–3, 14 September 2007, Pages 194–210 Lead papers of the eleventh symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE), Cairns, Australia Edited By Robert Sanson EpiCentre, Massey University, Private Bag 11-222, Palmerston North, New Zealand Available online 7 May 2007 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2007.04.003 Get rights and content Abstract We developed and evaluated a methodology to prioritise pathogens for a wildlife disease surveillance strategy in New Zealand.
The rapid risk analysis methodology produced scores that were sufficiently differentiated between pathogens to be useful for ranking them on the basis of risk. Keywords. U.MASS / U. ALBERTA / PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA 29/11/13 Présentation : Risk-ranking of zoonotic diseases: a multi-factor framework. University of Guelph 02/12/14 Présentation : Functional Tool for the Prioritization of Zoonotic Diseases in Ontario.
STAR-IDAZ - Global network for animal disease research - DEC 2013 - Criteria for priority setting. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, 2006 UK Surveillance: prioritisation of animal health and welfare issues for government intervention. Prev Vet Med. 2012 Sep 3. pii: S0167-5877(12)00268-1. An integrated process and management tools for ranking multiple emerging threats to animal health. PLoS One. 2010; 5(11): e13965. Prioritizing Emerging Zoonoses in The Netherlands. PLOS 21/08/13 A Quantitative Approach to the Prioritization of Zoonotic Diseases in North America: A Health Professionals’ Perspective.
Background Currently, zoonoses account for 58% to 61% of all communicable diseases causing illness in humans globally and up to 75% of emerging human pathogens.
PLOS 10/10/14 Prioritizing Zoonoses: A Proposed One Health Tool for Collaborative Decision-Making. Abstract Emerging and re-emerging zoonotic diseases pose a threat to both humans and animals.
This common threat is an opportunity for human and animal health agencies to coordinate across sectors in a more effective response to zoonotic diseases. An initial step in the collaborative process is identification of diseases or pathogens of greatest concern so that limited financial and personnel resources can be effectively focused.
Unfortunately, in many countries where zoonotic diseases pose the greatest risk, surveillance information that clearly defines burden of disease is not available. PLOS 19/08/14 A Quantitative Prioritisation of Human and Domestic Animal Pathogens in Europe. Abstract Disease or pathogen risk prioritisations aid understanding of infectious agent impact within surveillance or mitigation and biosecurity work, but take significant development.
Previous work has shown the H-(Hirsch-)index as an alternative proxy. We present a weighted risk analysis describing infectious pathogen impact for human health (human pathogens) and well-being (domestic animal pathogens) using an objective, evidence-based, repeatable approach; the H-index. This study established the highest H-index European pathogens. Commonalities amongst pathogens not included in previous surveillance or risk analyses were examined. Citation: McIntyre KM, Setzkorn C, Hepworth PJ, Morand S, Morse AP, Baylis M (2014) A Quantitative Prioritisation of Human and Domestic Animal Pathogens in Europe. Editor: Oliver Schildgen, Kliniken der Stadt Köln gGmbH, Germany Received: April 14, 2014; Accepted: June 30, 2014; Published: August 19, 2014 Copyright: © 2014 McIntyre et al. Introduction. PLOS - NOV 2012 - A quantitative and novel approach to the prioritization of zoonotic diseases in North America: a public perspective.
Abstract Background Zoonoses account for over half of all communicable diseases causing illness in humans.
As there are limited resources available for the control and prevention of zoonotic diseases, a framework for their prioritization is necessary to ensure resources are directed into those of highest importance. Although zoonotic outbreaks are a significant burden of disease in North America, the systematic prioritization of zoonoses in this region has not been previously evaluated. OIE - MAI 2014 - RÉSOLUTION N° 32 - Critères et facteurs d’une priorisation rationnelle des maladies animales devant faire l’objet de politiques sanitaires publiques. Journal of Comparative Pathology Available online 23 March 2015 Prioritization of Companion Animal Transmissible Diseases for Policy Intervention in Europe* Open Access Summary A number of papers have been published on the prioritization of transmissible diseases in farm animals and wildlife, based either on semiquantitative or truly quantitative methods, but there is no published literature on the prioritization of transmissible diseases in companion animals.
In this study, available epidemiological data for diseases transmissible from companion animals to man were analysed with the aim of developing a procedure suitable for their prioritization within a European framework. A new method and its associated questionnaire and scoring system were designed based on methods described by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). Modifications were applied to allow for the paucity of specific information on companion animal transmissible diseases. Keywords.
JIFSAN - NOV 2008 - Présentation : Dietary Exposure Assessment Tools for Prioritizing Food Safety Concerns. Posted April 17, 2013 at 10:07 am Event Info Date: November 18-19, 2008 Location: Sheraton Washington North Hotel, 4095 Power Mill Road, Beltsville, MD.
INVS - 2002 - Définition des priorités dans le domaine des zoonoses. FOODSTANDARDS_GOV_AU - JANV 2014 - Risk Analysis in Food Regulation. Page Content (January 2014) This publication describes how FSANZ uses risk analysis to manage a diverse range of food-related health risks.
The risk analysis process used by FSANZ is based on the internationally accepted Codex Risk Analysis Framework. The document provides a broad overview of the FSANZ process; it is not intended to provide detailed information on the approach used by FSANZ in assessing particular types of foods e.g. food contaminants or substances added to food. To produce this work, the previous booklet The Analysis of Food-Related Health Risks was systematically reviewed and updated over the course of two years. Other significant additions include a new section describing FSANZ’s risk appetite and a new chapter comprising a number of case studies, demonstrating the practical application of the risk analysis process at FSANZ.
Introductory chapters (pdf 442 kb) - discuss factors associated with health risks and general approaches to dealing with such risks. FAO - 2000 - FAO Animal Health Manual 10 - Manual on Participatory Epidemiology - Method for the Collection of Action-Oriented Epidemiological Intelligence Chapter 2: Identification and Prioritisation of Animal Health Issues. Table of Contents Text Prepared by Jeffrey C.
Mariner(Consultant to FAO) with additions byRoger Paskin(Animal Health Officer, Infectious Disease Emergencies, FAO) Rome 2000 All rights reserved. This electronic document has been scanned using optical character recognition (OCR) software and careful manual recorrection. Abbreviations. FAO - PRIORISATIONS DES MALADIES ANIMALES - Quelques réflexions sur la priorisation des maladies animales et leur classification. La priorisation des maladies animales est essentielle pour les pays qui souhaitent optimiser leurs activités en matière de gestion de la santé des productions animales et de santé publique vétérinaire, avec des moyens parfois limités et des partenaires aux développements exigeant un minimum de clarté dans les objectifs et les stratégies des requêtes. Enfin elle contribue la base de toute activité de surveillance cohérente et efficiente.
Cette priorisation peut s’appuyer sur plusieurs critères A- L’impact sur la vie socio économique (à l’échelle macro ou micro) • Sur la sécurité alimentaire • Sur la santé publique • Sur le commerce international. ENVT - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Revue bibliographique des méthodes de priorisation des maladies animales en europe. Maïano, Jennifer. Revue bibliographique des méthodes de priorisation des maladies animales en europe. Thèse d'exercice, Médecine vétérinaire, Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse - ENVT, 2014, 95 p. La gestion des maladies animales représente des enjeux économique et de santé publique majeurs depuis l’échelle de l’élevage jusqu’à l’échelle européenne voire mondiale.
Elle nécessite au préalable que les maladies soient priorisées afin de déterminer la répartition adéquate des moyens disponibles pour la lutte et la recherche. Ceci est d’autant plus vrai que ces moyens sont de plus en plus limités. Repository Staff Only: item control page. CGIAR 16/04/14 Présentation : Mapping, measuring, prioritising food safety issues and interventions. CDC - FEV 2012 - Multidisciplinary and Evidence-based Method for Prioritizing Diseases of Food-producing Animals and Zoonoses. Author affiliations: University of Liege, Liege, Belgium (M. -F. Humblet, S. Vandeputte, A. Albert, C. Gosset, F. Suggested citation for this article. CARIBVET 18/01/13 Outil de Priorisation des maladies de CaribVET.
PLOS 21/08/13 A Quantitative Approach to the Prioritization of Zoonotic Diseases in North America: A Health Professionals’ Persp. Abstract Background Currently, zoonoses account for 58% to 61% of all communicable diseases causing illness in humans globally and up to 75% of emerging human pathogens. ACIA - 2007 - Les maladies animales sous réglementation fédérale au Canada – Critères et déclencheurs. Military medicine . 03/2008; Infectious Diseases Investment Decision Evaluation Algorithm: A Quantitative Algorithm for Prioritization of Naturally Occurring Infectious Disease Threats to the U.S. Military.