Disease reporting and surveillance: where do companion animal diseases fit in?

@article{Moore2009DiseaseRA,
  title={Disease reporting and surveillance: where do companion animal diseases fit in?},
  author={George Edward Moore and Elizabeth Lund},
  journal={The Veterinary clinics of North America. Small animal practice},
  year={2009},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={225-40}
}
Disease surveillance and reporting is a necessary and integral part of public health practice. Surveillance systems have been developed over many years for both human medicine and veterinary medicine. However, these systems are not usually interconnected. Today, with the benefits of advanced information technology, the development and integration of existing and new resources in companion-animal practice should be focused on "one medicine-one health" for the betterment and health of all species… CONTINUE READING

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