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Training Manual on Wildlife Diseases and Surveillance
2. You will compare your outline with those of the others in your group to determine
how the organisation of various components of surveillance may be similar or different
among the countries represented in your group.
3. You will choose one person in your group to make a short minute presentation of to
all of the seminar participants about the programmes you have designed and the ways
they are similar or different.
Schedule:
– work in small groups for 2.5 hours
– short reports to all participants will be made by each group.
Your report:
One person from each group should be prepared to give a short summary of how the
general, scanning surveillance programmes and the avian influenza surveillance programmes
would be organised in the countries included in your Group. Emphasize the main aspects that
are the same among countries and the main aspects that are different among the countries
Procedure
– Appoint a discussion leader
– Appoint someone to take notes of the discussion
– Ensure everyone has an equal chance to speak
45 minutes: work individually to outline how the two surveillance programmes could
be organized in your own country
45 minutes: compare your outlines and note the aspects that are similar and the
aspects that are different among the different countries represented in
your group
30 minutes: discuss and agree on the main points of the summary report to be
presented
Instructions for designing
the wildlife disease surveillance programmes
In planning your surveillance programmes, ensure that you plan for all components of
each programme. Plan programmes that would be possible to achieve within your country,
making use of the government agencies, universities, or non-government groups that already
exist and could participate in such wildlife disease surveillance programmes
1. General, scanning surveillance for wildlife diseases
• Detection of pathogens and diseased wild animals
– Who can find dead or diseased wild animals?
– Who will go into the field to investigate these reports and secure dead animals or
samples laboratory examination?
– How will dead animals and specimens be sent to a laboratory?
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