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PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004906/2020 Législation sur la santé animale. FRONT. VET. SCI. 01/04/20 A tool for prioritising livestock disease threats to Scotland. 1Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom 2Other, United Kingdom 3Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, United Kingdom 4Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland, United Kingdom 5University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom There are a number of disease threats to the livestock of Scotland that are not presently believed to be circulating in the UK.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 01/04/20 A tool for prioritising livestock disease threats to Scotland

Here, we present the development of a tool for prioritising resources for livestock disease threats to Scotland. Eighteen key diseases were identified and then input into a model framework to produce a semi-quantitative estimate of disease priorities. We estimate this through a model of the potential impacts of the infectious diseases in Scotland that is interpreted alongside a pre-existing generic risk assessment model of the risks of incursion of the diseases. The impact estimates are based on key metrics which influence the practical impact of disease. Received: 13 Sep 2019; Accepted: 01 Apr 2020.

MICROORGANISMS 11/12/19 EpiExploreR: A Shiny Web Application for the Analysis of Animal Disease Data (étude italienne) 1.

MICROORGANISMS 11/12/19 EpiExploreR: A Shiny Web Application for the Analysis of Animal Disease Data (étude italienne)

Introduction Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are a significant public and animal health threat, and their early detection and immediate response are crucial for their control. The detection of an outbreak or an increase of cases of a zoonotic disease (e.g., West Nile Fever, Brucellosis) in animals could be the first signal for public health authorities to start the implementation of prevention programs [1,2,3]. The analyses of animal surveillance data might therefore be of paramount importance for public health authorities to identify the appropriate control measure and intervention strategies in case of epidemics. In the last years, public and veterinary health authorities and research organizations have heavily invested in the implementation of surveillance plans and the development of systems with the aim of collecting and providing knowledge, data and tools for basic analysis via the web [4,5,6,7,8,9]. 4. 1. 4. FRONT. VET. SCI. 06/11/19 Assessing the Adoption of Recommended Standards, Novel Approaches, and Best Practices for Animal Health Surveillance by Decision Makers in Europe.

Introduction The current European Union (EU) Animal Health Law provides enhanced opportunities to apply alternative surveillance approaches achieving comparable levels of evidence.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 06/11/19 Assessing the Adoption of Recommended Standards, Novel Approaches, and Best Practices for Animal Health Surveillance by Decision Makers in Europe

This allows increasing economic efficiency and effectiveness of surveillance while taking into account local practices and farming conditions. It requires a shift in the design of surveillance systems toward output-based (what has to be achieved) rather than input-based approaches (which activities must be undertaken) (1). According to Article 27 of the EU Animal Health Law (2), prevention and control measures for transmissible animal diseases should be disease-specific, taking into account disease epidemiology and associated risks, as well as characteristics of the target population. The Animal Health Law also encourages the application of risk-based approaches for surveillance. Standards set by public authorities are usually referred to as technical regulations and they are mandatory in many cases. Methods.

EFSA 23/09/19 SIGMA: a viable approach to optimise data collections on animal diseases and animal populations – Report of the 16th Animal Health and Welfare Network meeting. FRONT. VET. SCI. 05/09/19 Risk of Introduction of Infectious Animal Diseases for Europe Based on the Health Situation of North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.

Introduction The current growth of human population, the intensification of animal production, climate change or globalization favors an increase in the transmission of infectious diseases between distant geographical areas (1, 2).

FRONT. VET. SCI. 05/09/19 Risk of Introduction of Infectious Animal Diseases for Europe Based on the Health Situation of North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula

These diseases represent a threat for both human and animal health, resulting in higher mortality rates and serious economic losses with the decline in production. FRONT. VET. SCI. 15/08/19 Risk for Europe based on the health situation of North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. 1Complutense University of Madrid, Spain 2VISAVET Health Surveillance Centre (UCM), Spain The current growth of human population, the intensification of animal production, climate change or globalization favours an increase in the transmission of infectious diseases.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 15/08/19 Risk for Europe based on the health situation of North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula

Risk analysis is the tool that allows the identification of the factors involved in the introduction and the spread of infectious diseases. The main objective of this work is to evaluate the risk of entry of animal infectious zoonotic and non-zoonotic diseases from North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula to countries of the European Union. For a diseases introduction risk analysis, it has been developed probabilistic formulation to obtain the probabilities associated with each routes for each of the affected countries. Keywords: risk analysis, infectious diseases, entry, Vector, Wind flow, Birds migration, Bluetongue, North Africa and Middle East Received: 24 May 2019; Accepted: 15 Aug 2019. EFSA 07/08/19 Overview of data analysis and reporting tools in the context of the SIGMA project. FRONT. VET. SCI. 16/05/19 Complex System Approaches for Animal Health Surveillance (étude Suisse) Introduction Producing food from farmed animals is a large and very complex process that occurs in integrated networks made up of many individual animal producers, supporting businesses (veterinarians, feed suppliers, animal haulers, animal marketers etc.), and processors (slaughter plants) (1–4).

FRONT. VET. SCI. 16/05/19 Complex System Approaches for Animal Health Surveillance (étude Suisse)

Farmed animal food has many names including Agri-Food systems, food animal value chains, food supply chains, livestock production systems, and others. For simplicity we will call them Food Animal Systems (FAS). Many of the individuals and businesses participating in FAS currently collect and store large quantities of data. The purpose of these data are to manage the many individual activities that contribute to food production, and these data are often stored in different databases that are controlled by many different individuals and organizations participating in the FAS. We suggest that a new analytical paradigm should be adopted for dealing with these new and highly variable data. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004688-18 Monitoring and control of animal diseases. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004602-18 Updating requirements for operators under the Animal Health Law.

FAS USDA 11/09/18 Livestock and Products Annual_The Hague_EU-28_9-6-2018. Une nouvelle stratégie de santé animale pour l’Union européenne (2007-2013) placée sous la devise «Mieux vaut prévenir que guérir» DG SANCO 29-04-2008 The new Animal Health Strategy (2007-2013): “prevention is better than cure” What is the Community Animal Health Policy? EC_EUROPA_EU 17/07/18 Promoting animal health for sustainable farming. PREVENTIVE VETERINARY MEDICINE - 2018 - Using multi-criteria risk ranking methodology to select case studies for a generic risk assessment framework for exotic disease incursion and spread through Europe. EFSA 01/02/18 Report of EFSA Scientific Network for Risk Assessment in Animal Health and Welfare (2015-2017) CIHEAM - JANV 2018 - WATCH LETTER. Au sommaire: La maîtrise des maladies animales : un enjeu majeur pour l’espace méditerranéen - Jean-Luc Angot. Animal Health and Livestock, Mediterranean Perspectives The CIHEAM WATCH LETTER n°39 in January 2018 on "Animal Health and Livestock, Mediterranean Perspectives" intends to provide a regional Mediterranean overview in terms of Animal Health & Livestock.

CIHEAM - JANV 2018 - WATCH LETTER. Au sommaire: La maîtrise des maladies animales : un enjeu majeur pour l’espace méditerranéen - Jean-Luc Angot

The contributions of specialists of different nationalities, profiles and experiences, aim at making this issue, a collection of perspectives and studies on the state of animal health in the Mediterranean, its future challenges and the possible solutions allowing to strengthen regional cooperation. WL39 Full Report Table of content Editorial. EUROPA_EU - ADNS Report summary – outbreaks per disease (last refresh 12/06/17). INRA 04/04/17 Lancement du projet européen VetBioNet pour lutter contre les maladies infectieuses animales. Le caractère non prédictible et hautement transmissible des nombreuses maladies animales pouvant contaminer l’homme nécessite une coopération internationale entre des instituts de recherche académiques, des entreprises privées, des organisations internationales telles que l’Organisation mondiale de la santé animale (OIE) et l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (FAO) ainsi que les pouvoirs publics.

INRA 04/04/17 Lancement du projet européen VetBioNet pour lutter contre les maladies infectieuses animales

Le projet d’infrastructures intégrées VetBioNet (Veterinary Biocontained research facility Network) intègre deux unités de recherche, trois plates-formes Inra1 et il fédère 30 partenaires issus de 14 pays (dont 9 de l’UE). EUROPE 31/10/16 ADNS Report summary. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-006638-16 Application of EU animal health rules in Melilla. COUR DES COMPTES EUROPEENNE 26/04/16 Les programmes concernant les maladies animales: globalement adaptés mais présentant un rapport coût-efficacité difficile à déterminer. ​Les programmes de l'UE parviennent à endiguer la progression des maladies animales, mais il est difficile d'apprécier leur bon rapport coût-efficacité, révèle un nouveau rapport de la Cour des comptes européenne.

COUR DES COMPTES EUROPEENNE 26/04/16 Les programmes concernant les maladies animales: globalement adaptés mais présentant un rapport coût-efficacité difficile à déterminer

Même si des succès notables ont été enregistrés, par exemple la diminution des cas d'encéphalopathie spongiforme bovine chez les bovins, les auditeurs lancent une mise en garde concernant des contrôles insuffisants et certains coûts exagérément élevés. Economics of Agriculture 4/2014 METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO VETERINARY SERVICE EFFICIENCY EVALUATION IN LIVESTOCK. PROCEEDINGS of Conference „Research and Practice in Veterinary Medicine - 2014„ 27th–28 th November 2014, Jelgava, Latvia. JOUE 30/01/15 DÉCISION D'EXÉCUTION (UE) 2015/144 DE LA COMMISSION du 28 janvier 2015 fixant les procédures applicables à ''introduction de demandes de subventions et de demandes de paiement ainsi que les informations connexes à fournir, en ce qui concerne.

EFSA Features: Transboundary animal diseases: what are the risks in the EU and what does EFSA do? Dossier13 janvier 2015 Transboundary animal diseases are highly contagious diseases that can spread rapidly across national borders.

EFSA Features: Transboundary animal diseases: what are the risks in the EU and what does EFSA do?

They can cause high rates of death and disease in animals, thereby having serious socio-economic and sometimes public health consequences in affected countries. The Chair of EFSA’s Animal Health and Welfare Panel, Simon More, explains what the risks for the European Union are and what EFSA does in this field. Simon More Chair of EFSA’s Animal Health and Welfare Panel What are the diseases most likely to enter the European Union? S.M.: Well, African Swine Fever, for example, is a disease that affects pigs and is present in countries on the eastern borders of the European Union. Are there any other examples? S.M.: On the EU’s southeast borders, there are several transboundary diseases affecting cattle and sheep.

What has EFSA done? S.M.: EFSA provides scientific information to support policy decision-making within the European Union. BEP-mg-BE65. MAAF 15/11/12 Lutte contre les maladies animales et zoonoses : coopération et échanges des vétérinaires du pourtour méditerranée. Le Réseau Méditerranéen de Santé Animale (REMESA (1)) qui réunit les chefs des services vétérinaires de 10 pays du pourtour méditerranéen et des représentants de la FAO (Organisation des Nations unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture) et de l’OIE (Organisation mondiale de la santé animale), a signé le 12 novembre lors de son comité permanent conjoint, un cadre de coopération pour définir ses modalités de fonctionnement. Cette réunion, co-présidée par la France et le Maroc et organisée à l’initiative du ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt et avec le soutien de France Vétérinaire International (FVI) et du Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD), a eu lieu les 12 et 13 novembre à Montpellier.

INSTITUTE FOR VETERINARY DISEASE CONTROL, INNSBRUCK – 2012 - Présentation NRL - activities 2011. EFSA JOURNAL 31/01/12 Editorial: The Role of EFSA in Animal Welfare. EFSA Journal 2012;10(1):e1011 [4 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2012.e1011 Type: Editorial Published: 31 January 2012 Affiliation: European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy The latest scientific outputs adopted by the AHAW Panel and published in this issue of the EFSA Journal highlight the essential role of EFSA in animal welfare. EFSA is in charge of providing scientific advice and scientific and technical support for the Community's legislation, using, whenever possible, risk assessment.

EFSA is also responsible for developing methodological guidance on risk assessment. MED-VET-NET - Annual report 2009. JOUE 19/08/11 Protocole d’accord entre la Commission européenne et l’Organisation mondiale de la santé animale concernant leurs. Journal officiel de l'Union européenne 54e année 19 août 2011 Edition complète. JOUE 17/11/09 Avis du Comité économique et social européen sur la «Communication de la Commission au Conseil, au Parlement europ.

FEDERATION EUROPEENNE POUR LA SANTE ANIMALE ET LA SECURITE SANITAIRE (FESASS) - Rapport d'activité 2010 et d'orientation 2011. NOTE DE SERVICE DGAL/SDSPA/N2011-8170 Date: 18 juillet 2011 Statut des États membres et régions d’États membres de l’Union Europ. DG SANCO - Task Force for monitoring disease eradication in the member states. [Expand All] Submission of eradication and control programmes Standard requirements for applications are listed in the Annexes - Decision 2008/425/EC, amended by Decision 2012/282/EC Standard format: Annex 1 Bovine tuberculosis; Bovine brucellosis; Ovine and caprine brucellosis; Bluetongue; Classical swine fever; African swine fever; Swine vesicular disease; Rabies Annex 2 Salmonellosis. DG SANCO 20/10/09 food safety - SCFCAH - Animal Health & Animal Welfare - Presentations. Topic Santé animale. La santé animale est un élément clé du mandat de l’EFSA. Le concept de santé animale ne recouvre pas seulement les maladies animales mais également les relations cruciales entre bien-être animal, santé animale et sécurité des denrées alimentaires.

L’EFSA joue un rôle clé dans le sens où elle adopte une approche intégrée de la santé animale car son mandat concerne la sécurité de l’ensemble de la chaîne alimentaire. OAV : Derniers rapports concernant la France dans le domaine de. Ovins et les caprins en Europe. ENVT - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Revue bibliographique des méthodes de priorisation des maladies animales en europe. Parasites et poissons en Europe. Maladie d'Aujeszky en Europe.