Epidemiological models to support animal disease surveillance activities.

@article{Willeberg2011EpidemiologicalMT,
  title={Epidemiological models to support animal disease surveillance activities.},
  author={Preben William Willeberg and L G Paisleyl and Peter Lind},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={2011},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={603-14}
}
Epidemiological models have been used extensively as a tool in improving animal disease surveillance activities. A review of published papers identified three main groups of model applications: models for planning surveillance, models for evaluating the performance of surveillance systems and models for interpreting surveillance data as part of ongoing control or eradication programmes. Two Danish examples are outlined. The first illustrates how models were used in documenting country freedom… CONTINUE READING

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