Webster, W.R. (2011) The August 2007 equine influenza response management framework. Australian Veterinary Journal, 89 (s1). pp. 92-97.
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This section outlines the most important issues addressed in the management of the response in the two infected states, New South Wales and Queensland. There were differences in the management of the response between the states for logistic, geographic and organisation structural reasons. Issues included the use of control centres, information centres, the problems associated with the lack of trained staff to undertake all the roles, legislative issues, controls of horse movements, the availability of resources for adequate surveillance, the challenges of communication between disparate groups and tracing the movements of both humans and horses.
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|Keywords:||Animal diseases; animal health; emergency response; control programes; epidemiology; equine influenza viruses; health; importation; influenza; outbreaks; quarantine; viral diseases; horses; flu; viral infections; Australia.|
|Subjects:||Agriculture > Animal culture > Housing and environmental control|
Animal culture > Housing and environmental control
Agriculture > Veterinary medicine > Diseases of special classes of animals > Horses
Veterinary medicine > Diseases of special classes of animals > Horses
|Deposited On:||06 Dec 2011 04:27|
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