Ökonomische Bedeutung des Umsatzes mit Antibiotika für private Nutztierpraxen in der Schweiz -Beispiel Kälbermast
Description of surveillance components related to classical swine fever, blue tongue and rabies in selected European countries: An experts’ knowledge elicitation
Exposure assessment in the context of the SPARE project: a model to spatially assess exotic diseases incursions and spread throughout Europe.
Using multi-criteria risk ranking methodology to select case studies for a generic risk assessment framework for exotic disease incursion and spread through Europe
Seroprevalence of Rift Valley fever virus in cattle in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Tropical Animal Health and Production
Genetic and spatial characterization of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) population in the area stretching between the Eastern and Dinaric Alps and its relationship with rabies and canine distemper dynamics
Social network analysis and risk assessment: An example of introducing an exotic animal disease in Italy.
Cost-effectiveness of surveillance and biosecurity scenarios for preventing CSF in Switzerland.
Communicating outputs from risk assessment models: A picture paints a thousand words.
An Analysis of Rabies Incidence and Its Geographic Spread in the Buffer Area Among Orally Vaccinated Wildlife in Ukraine From 2012 to 2016
The ongoing crises in China illustrate that the assessment of epidemics in isolation is no longer sufficient.
Overview of Evidence of Antimicrobial Use and Antimicrobial Resistance in the Food Chain
Occupational Exposure and Carriage of Antimicrobial Resistance Genes (tetW, ermB) in Pig slaughterhouse workers
Addressing Learning Needs on the Use of Metagenomics in Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance
Assessing the Adoption of Recommended Standards, Novel Approaches, and Best Practices for Animal Health Surveillance by Decision Makers in Europe
Maximising data to optimise animal disease early warning systems and risk assessment tools within Europe
Application of multiblock modelling to identify key drivers for antimicrobial use in pig production in four European countries
Guidance on the Selection of Appropriate Indicators for Quantification of Antimicrobial Usage in Humans and Animals
Antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial use animal monitoring policies in Europe: Where are we ?
Herd-specific interventions to reduce antimicrobial usage in pig production without jeopardising technical and economic performance
Antimicrobial Usage and Resistance in Livestock: Where Should We Focus?
Assessment of biosecurity and control measures to prevent incursion and to limit spread of emerging transboundary animal diseases in Europe: An expert survey
Implementation of a Regional Training Program on African Swine Fever As Part of the Cooperative Biological Engagement Program across the Caucasus Region
Evaluation of bovine viral diarrhoea virus control strategies in dairy herds in Hokkaido, Japan, using stochastic modelling
Assessment of the risk of foodborne transmission and burden of hepatitis E in Switzerland
Risk Ranking of Antimicrobial-Resistant Hazards Found in Meat in Switzerland
Competencies for government veterinary services of the future: Summary of ISVEE 14 Yucatan 2015 roundtable discussion
Quantitative and qualitative antimicrobial usage patterns in farrow-to-finish pig herds in Belgium, France, Germany and Sweden
Higher perceived risk of antimicrobials is related to lower antimicrobial usage among pig farmers in four European countries
Active animal health surveillance in European Union Member States: gaps and opportunities
Evaluation of the relationship between the biosecurity status, production parameters, herd characteristics and antimicrobial usage in farrow-to-finish pig production in four EU countries
Profile of pig farms combining high performance and low antimicrobial usage within four European countries
A systematic review of AMR bacteria in pork, poultry, dairy products, seafood and fresh produce at UK retail level
Risk factors for Taenia saginata cysticercus infection in cattle in the United Kingdom: A farm-level case-control study and assessment of the role of movement history, age and sex
Évaluation du dispositif de surveillance épidémiologique d’Echinococcus multilocularis chez le Renard en France
Economic Assessment of Zoonoses Surveillance in a ‘One Health’ Context: A Conceptual Framework
Europe Needs Consistent Teaching of the Economics of Animal Health
Perceptions of antimicrobial usage, antimicrobial resistance and policy measures to reduce antimicrobial usage in convenient samples of Belgian, French, German, Swedish and Swiss pig farmers
One Health surveillance – More than a buzz word?
Green offal inspection of cattle, small ruminants and pigs in the United Kingdom: Impact assessment of changes in the inspection protocol on likelihood of detection of selected hazards
Status Report on Education in the Economics of Animal Health: Results from a European Survey
Alternatives to the use of antimicrobial agents in pig production: A multi-country expert-ranking of perceived effectiveness, feasibility and return on investment
Foot and mouth disease risk assessment in Mongolia—Local expertise to support national policy
A qualitative risk assessment for visual-only post-mortem meat inspection of cattle, sheep, goats and farmed/wild deer
Contribution of Meat Inspection to the surveillance of poultry health and welfare in the European Unionhttps://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/epidemiology-and-infection/article/contribution-of-meat-inspection-to-the-surveillance-of-poultry-health-and-welfare-in-the-european-union/204B699B32D2C20A46433B883B338069
Visual analysis of HPAI outbreaks 2014https://www.safoso.ch/download.php?file=TnpNPQ
Influenza surveillance in animals: what is our capacity to detect emerging influenza viruses with zoonotic potential?
Antimicrobial Resistance: The Use of Antimicrobials in the Livestock Sector
Influenza Virus Infection of Marine Mammals
Assigning defined daily doses animal: a European multi-country experience for antimicrobial products authorized for usage in pigs
Attitudes and Beliefs of Pig Farmers and Wild Boar Hunters Towards Reporting of African Swine Fever in Bulgaria, Germany and the Western Part of the Russian Federation
Strengths and weaknesses of meat inspection as a contribution to animal health and welfare surveillanceFood Control
Brief overview of strategies to reduce antimicrobial usage in pig productionhttps://ec.europa.eu/eip/agriculture/sites/agri-eip/files/starting_paper_en_0.pdf
Review: Evaluation of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Control Using Fault Tree Analysis. Transboundary and Emerging Diseaseshttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/tbed.12116
Economic assessment of surveillance in a "One Health" context: Impact of zoonotic diseases surveillance
A qualitative risk and benefit assessment for visual-only post-mortem meat inspection of cattle, sheep, goats and farmed/wild deer
Educating surveillance stakeholders - A novel e-tool to improve engagement and decision makinghttps://www.safoso.ch/download.php?file=TkRnPQ
Policy-driven development of cost-effective, risk-based surveillance strategies
Implementing a probabilistic definition of freedom from infection to facilitate trade of livestock: putting theory into practice for the example of bovine herpes virus-1
The World Bank: People, Pathogens and Our Planet. Volume 2: The Economics of One Health.
Contribution of meat inspection to animal health surveillance in Poultry
Contribution of meat inspection to animal health surveillance in Swine
Risks of animal-derived food in a global market – Are we ready for the challenges?
Comparing the demonstration of freedom from Trichinella infection of domestic pigs by traditional and risk-based surveillance
The World Bank: People, Pathogens and Our Planet. Volume 1: Towards a One Health Approach for Controlling Zoonotic Diseases
orkommen von Trichinella spp. beim Wildschwein in der Schweiz. [Occurrence of Trichinella spp. in wild boar in Switzerland]
A Study to Demonstrate Freedom from Trichinella spp. in Domestic Pigs in Switzerland
Validation of a Western Blot for the detection of anti-Trichinella spp. antibodies in domestic pigs
Assessment of the prevalence of Trichinella spp. in red foxes and Eurasian lynxes from Switzerland
Evaluation of a New Commercial Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay for the Detection of Porcine Antibodies against Trichinella Spp.
Trichinellosis: Crossing the Chinese Wall
Clinical herd health, farm management and antimicrobial resistance in Campylobacter coli on finishing pig farms in Switzerland
The future of BSE from the global perspective