Last week the InnovSur forum discussed “the gaps and needs in next generation of health surveillance: innovations in animal, human and environmental health surveillance”.
Our own Ann Lindberg was one of the Keynote speakers, with an informative presentation on “Exploring drivers and constraints to evidence-based change in animal health surveillance systems” which you can find here. How do we strengthen our research to support policy? How do we ensure that surveillance research gets translated into surveillance practice? Find more information in the presentation and in the InnovSur website, through the links above.
Estelle Ågren presented the poster “Assessing surveillance of endemic disease by calculation of case-finding capacity”, which describes an evaluation method for surveillance with multiple and risk-based components (SC). See the poster for Methods and Results.
And remember to save the date for the 4th International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance – 20-22 of May, 2020, in Copenhagen!!!