Edith S Marshall
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Risk-based surveillance for avian influenza control along poultry market chains in South China: The value of social network analysis
- V. Martin, Xiaoyan Zhou, +7 authors M. Gilbert
- Preventive Veterinary Medicine
- 16 September 2011
Abstract Over the past two decades, the poultry sector in China went through a phase of tremendous growth as well as rapid intensification and concentration. Highly pathogenic avian influenza… Expand
Results of a survey of owners of miniature swine to characterize husbandry practices affecting risks of foreign animal disease.
- Edith S Marshall, T. Carpenter, M. Thurmond
- Journal of the American Veterinary Medical…
- 1 March 2007
OBJECTIVE To characterize husbandry practices that could affect the risks of foreign animal disease in miniature swine. DESIGN Survey study. STUDY POPULATION 106 owners of miniature swine. … Expand
Paraveterinary service use in Nepal's Himalaya.
The involvement of paraveterinarians in animal-health delivery can reduce costs and allow expanded service delivery. Our objectives were to describe use of public paraveterinary services offered by… Expand
Global veterinary opportunities and responsibilities: some recent graduates' perspectives.
The veterinary profession has critical global responsibilities. To help meet these responsibilities, it is critical that the training programs for veterinary graduates provide them with the skills,… Expand
Applying a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) to evaluate global health security-related research programmes in under-resourced areas
Abstract Organisations in under-resourced areas that achieve long-term research sustainability by successfully competing for research funding will not only build their reputation for conducting… Expand
isk-based surveillance for avian influenza control along poultry arket chains in South China : The value of social network analysis
- incent Martina, Xiaoyan Zhoua, +7 authors arius Gilbertg
Over the past two decades, the poultry sector in China went through a phase of tremendous growth as well as rapid intensification and concentration. Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV)… Expand