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FRONT. VET. SCI. 27/11/19 Designing a syndromic bovine mortality surveillance system: lessons learned from the one-year test of the French OMAR alert tool. 1Agence Nationale de Sécurité Sanitaire de l’Alimentation, de l’Environnement et du Travail (ANSES), France 2Other, France 3Ministère de l'Agriculture (France), France Between May 2018 and May 2019, a syndromic bovine mortality surveillance system (OMAR) was tested in 10 volunteer French départements (French intermediate-level administrative unit) to assess its performance in real conditions, as well as the human and financial resources needed to ensure normal functioning.The system is based on the automated weekly analysis of the number of cattle deaths reported by renderers in the Fallen Stock Data Interchange Database (FSDI) established in January 2011.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 27/11/19 Designing a syndromic bovine mortality surveillance system: lessons learned from the one-year test of the French OMAR alert tool

In our system, every Thursday, the number of deaths is grouped by ISO week and small surveillance areas and then analyzed using traditional time-series analysis steps (cleaning, prediction, signal detection). Keywords: Syndromic surveillance, Cattle, Mortality, OMAR project, France, field test * Correspondence: DVM, PhD. FRONT. VET. SCI. 05/11/19 Simulation Based Evaluation of Time Series for Syndromic Surveillance of Cattle in Switzerland. Introduction Early warning systems are critically important for controlling emerging or reemerging diseases.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 05/11/19 Simulation Based Evaluation of Time Series for Syndromic Surveillance of Cattle in Switzerland

Dealing with a disease epidemic in its early stages is easier and more economical than dealing with an epidemic that has become large and widespread (1, 2). Traditional passive early detection systems rely on reports submitted to veterinary public health authorities by various healthcare stakeholders when they observe suspect cases in the field. This surveillance activity covers a large part of the animal population and the costs associated with data collection and analysis are relatively low (3–5). However, the performance of these passive surveillance systems suffers from frequent under-reporting due to the lack of stakeholder awareness, especially regarding emerging diseases, and fear of the consequences of reporting a disease occurrence (4, 5).

Materials and Methods Data Sources and Associated Time Series Figure 1. Time Series Analysis and Preprocessing 1. 2. 3. 4. Preventive Veterinary Medicine Volume 153, 1 May 2018, Is syndromic data from rural poultry farmers a viable poultry disease reporting tool and means of identifying likely farmer responses to poultry disease incursion? NEW FOOD MAGAZINE - NOV 2017 - Disease early warning system could save cattle farmers millions Scientists at the University of Nottingham have developed a system to combat mortality in young cattle by monitoring data and risk of disease.

Aquaculture Volume 467, 20 January 2017, People matter in animal disease surveillance: Challenges and opportunities for the aquaculture sector. <div class="msgBox" style="margin-top:10px;"><span class="errMsg"><div>JavaScript is disabled on your browser.

Aquaculture Volume 467, 20 January 2017, People matter in animal disease surveillance: Challenges and opportunities for the aquaculture sector

Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. This page uses JavaScript to progressively load the article content as a user scrolls. Click the View full text link to bypass dynamically loaded article content. <a rel="nofollow" href=" full text</a></div></span></div><br /> Volume 467, 20 January 2017, Pages 158–169 Cutting Edge Science in Aquaculture 2015 Edited By Gideon Hulata and Anne A. van Dam. INFECTION ECOLOGY & EPIDEMIOLOGY 02/12/15 Veterinary syndromic surveillance in practice Department of Disease Control and Epidemiology, National Veterinary Institute (SVA), Uppsala, Sweden.

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INFECTION ECOLOGY & EPIDEMIOLOGY 02/12/15 Veterinary syndromic surveillance in practice Department of Disease Control and Epidemiology, National Veterinary Institute (SVA), Uppsala, Sweden

Dórea, DVM, PhD*, Ann Lindberg, DVM, PhD, Associate Professor, Diplom. ECVPH and Marianne Elvander, DVM, PhD, Professor Department of Disease Control and Epidemiology, National Veterinary Institute (SVA), Uppsala, Sweden Abstract Background: We describe a veterinary syndromic surveillance system developed in Sweden based on laboratory test requests. Materials and methods: The system is a desktop application built using free software. Results: Development took 1 year.

Discussion: Besides the demonstrated benefit for disease surveillance, the system contributed to improving data quality and communication between the diagnostic departments and the epidemiology department. Keywords: animal health; laboratory data; aberration detection. SWEDISH ZOONOZES CENTRE - 2011 - vetsyn: an R package for veterinary syndromic surveillance.

PLOS 11/11/13 A Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Model to Investigate the Effect of Cattle Movements on the Spread of Bluetongue BTV-8 in Belgium. Abstract Two vector borne diseases, caused by the Bluetongue and Schmallenberg viruses respectively, have emerged in the European ruminant populations since 2006.

PLOS 11/11/13 A Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Model to Investigate the Effect of Cattle Movements on the Spread of Bluetongue BTV-8 in Belgium

Several diseases are transmitted by the same vectors and could emerge in the future. PLOS 06/03/15 Devising an Indicator to Detect Mid-Term Abortions in Dairy Cattle: A First Step Towards Syndromic Surveillance of Abortive Diseases. Abstract.

PLOS 06/03/15 Devising an Indicator to Detect Mid-Term Abortions in Dairy Cattle: A First Step Towards Syndromic Surveillance of Abortive Diseases

SWEDISH ZOONOZES CENTRE - 2011 - vetsyn: an R package for veterinary syndromic surveillance. DEFRA - SYNDROMIC SURVEILLANCE IN CATTLE - a pilot veterinary sentinel network project in Yorkshire. Professor of Veterinary Public Health - The Royal Veterinary College. Katharina is Professor of Veterinary Public Health Policy Biography Katharina was born in Frauenfeld, Switzerland and graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Zürich in 1988.

Professor of Veterinary Public Health - The Royal Veterinary College

Her Doctoral thesis on the Risk factors for Enzootic Pneumonia Re-infection in SPF Pig Breeding Herds undertaken between 1989 and 1991 was honoured with the Karl-Pfizer-Award in 1992. Between 1995 and 1998 Katharina undertook a PhD programme at Massey University in New Zealand in information systems for the prevention and control of infectious diseases in pigs. Following this Katharina then worked for 2 years in Denmark as a research officer for the Danish Bacon and Meat Council. In 2005, Katharina spent 4 months as a Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Agricultural Life Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan.

Since 2010, Katharina is a part-time senior VPH consultant with Safoso, Bern, Switzerland. Research Teaching Selected Publications. CERISA - Fiche descriptive : INRA UR 0346 EpiA - Epidémiologie Animale. INRA UR 0346 EpiA - Epidémiologie Animale L'UR 346 EpiA est une unité de recherches propre de l'INRA.

CERISA - Fiche descriptive : INRA UR 0346 EpiA - Epidémiologie Animale

L'unité conduit des recherches en épidémiologie et modélisation sur les conditions d'émergence des maladies infectieuses dans les populations animales. Les thèmes d'étude sont : les maladies bactériennes transmises par les tiques Ixodes ricinus (maladie de Lyme), des arboviroses (chikungunia, fièvre catarrhale ovine), les encéphalopathies spongiformes transmissibles animales (ESB, tremblante), certaines zoonoses alimentaires (trichinellose, toxoplasmose), les facteurs de transmission du virus de la grippe aviaire, l'élaboration d'un système de détection des syndromes atypiques observés par les vétérinaires praticiens, une réflexion méthodologique sur la prévision des émergences zoonotiques. L'unité fait partie d'un réseau français sur les maladies vectorisées par les tiques. University of Sydney. Faculty of Veterinary Science 15/11/06 The development of a syndromic surveillance system for the extensiv.

Sélection de documents traitant de surveillance syndromique dans la rubrique veterinary surveillance de DEFRA. Documents ISDS. Surveillance syndromique en abattoirs.