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ActivEpi is a free electronic audiovisual learner-interactive textbook on introductory and higher-level epidemiologic methods, which was developed by David G. Kleinbaum, Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology, Emory University (retired). Professor Kleinbaum teached at Emory University for 25 years, preceded by 21 years at University of North Carolina. Also, he was a statistical consultant at the Centers of Disease Control in Atlanta for 27 years.
Author: D.G. Kleinbaum, Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology, Emory University (retired)
Date: 2020
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Вы можете просмотреть видео, в котором представлены пошаговые меры биобезопасности при посещении ферм, при соблюдении которых можно снизить риск распространения заболевания
Author: EuFMD
Date: 2020
EuFMD suggested
In this course we introduce the concepts and tools of the Progressive Control Pathway for Foot-and-Mouth Disease (PCP-FMD). We introduce the challenge of FMD control, and how risk based approaches can be used to make best use of the limited resources available to us to control the disease. Then, we discuss the principles and standards of the PCP, and explain the typical activities carried out under the PCP's different stages. This course is suitable for all of those with an interest in FMD control in countries which are not free of the disease, from decision makers to field veterinarians.
Author: EuFMD
Date: 2020
EuFMD suggested
This short e-learning module provides an overview of the Progressive Control Pathway for Foot-and-Mouth Disease (PCP-FMD). The module has been updated to reflect the new version of the PCP-FMD guidelines published in April 2018. This introduction will be interesting for anyone who is new to the PCP-FMD, and who would like a rapid guide to its key features. After completing this introductory module, you may be interested to find out more by studying " Introduction to the Progressive Control Pathway".
Author: EuFMD
Date: 2020
EuFMD suggested
In an effort to improve the capacity of countries to promptly react to fast-moving transboundary animal diseases, the FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia has developed a series of awareness materials in different languages on priority diseases of the region. Three type of materials have been produced so far: leaflets, posters and videos.
Author: FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia
Date: 2020
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