Scientific research, relevant to the Caribbean

Dorea et al., 2011. Veterinary syndromic surveillance: current initiatives and approaches. Prev Vet Med. 101, 1-17

Hendrikx et al., 2011. OASIS: an assessment tool of epidemiological surveillance systems in animal health and food safety. Epidemiol Infect. Mar 9: 1-11

Witt et al., 2011. The AFHSC-Division of GEIS Operations Predictive Surveillance Program: a multidisciplinary approach for the early detection and response to disease outbreaks. BMC Public Health  11(Suppl 2), S10

Robertson et al., 2010. Review of methods for space–time disease surveillance. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 1: 105-116

Hohle et al., 2009. Statistical approaches to the monitoring and surveillance of infectious diseases for veterinary public health. Prev Vet Med 91, 2-10.

Keller et al., 2009. Use of unstructured event-based reports for global infectious disease surveillance. Emerg Infect Dis 15(5), 689-695

Hadorn, D.C. and K Stark, 2008. Evaluation and optimization of surveillance systems for rare and emerging infectious diseases. Vet Res 39:57

Pearce et al. 2008. Comparison of three methods of surveillance with application to the detection of Johne’s disease seropositivity in Texas cattle. Prev Vet Med 86, 1–7

Halliday et al., 2007. A framework for evaluating animals as sentinels for infectious disease surveillance. J R Soc Interface 4, 973-984

Racloz et al., 2007. Sentinel surveillance systems with special focus on vector-borne diseases. A Health Res Reviews 7(1/2), 71-79

Rabinowitz et al. 2006. Animals as sentinels of bioterrorism agents. Emerg Infect Dis 12 (4) 647-652.

Zepeda et al., 2005. The role of veterinary epidemiology and veterinary services in complying with the World Trade Organization SPS agreement. Prev Vet Med 67, 125–140

Salman. 2004. Controlling emerging diseases in the 21st century. Prev Vet Med 62, 177-184.

Thurmond, 2003. Conceptual foundations for infectious disease surveillance. J Vet Diagn Invest 15, 501

Audige et al. 2001. Stochastic modelling as a tool for planning animal-health surveys and interpreting screening-test results. Prev Vet Med 49, 1-17

Doherr et al., 2001. Monitoring and surveillance for rare health-related events: a review from the veterinary perspective. Phil Trans R Soc Lond Biological Sciences 356, No. 1411, pp. 1097-1106

Perry et al., 2001. Can epidemiology and economics make a meaningful contribution to national animal-disease control? Prev Vet Med 48, 231-260.

Zepeda et al., 2001. International trade, animal health and veterinary epidemiology: challenges and opportunities. Prev Vet Med 48, 261-271

Audige et al., 1999. A quantitative assessment of the validity of animal-health surveys using stochastic modeling. Prev Vet Med 38, 259-276.

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