Economics of zoonoses surveillance in a 'One Health' context: an assessment of Campylobacter surveillance in Switzerland.

@article{Martins2017EconomicsOZ,
  title={Economics of zoonoses surveillance in a 'One Health' context: an assessment of Campylobacter surveillance in Switzerland.},
  author={Sara Babo Martins and Jonathan R Rushton and Katharina Dc St{\"a}rk},
  journal={Epidemiology and infection},
  year={2017},
  volume={145 6},
  pages={
          1148-1158
        }
}
Cross-sectorial surveillance and general collaboration between the animal and the public health sectors are increasingly recognized as needed to better manage the impacts of zoonoses. From 2009, the Swiss established a Campylobacter mitigation system that includes human and poultry surveillance data-sharing within a multi-sectorial platform, in a 'One Health' approach. The objective of this study was to explore the economics of this cross-sectorial approach, including surveillance and triggered… CONTINUE READING
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