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Training Manual on Wildlife Diseases and Surveillance
e) Associated hazards and risks .................................................................... 29
f) Risk reduction .................................................................................................. 30
5. Information requirements ................................................................................. 30
6. Decision making ..................................................................................................... 30
7. Objectivity, subjectivity and transparency ................................................. 30
IX.
Components of a national wildlife disease programme ............................. 31
1. Rationale for a national wildlife disease programme ............................ 31
2. Components of a national wildlife disease programme ....................... 32
a) Prevention of new issues associated with wild animal
pathogens ........................................................................................................... 32
b) Early Detection of wild animal pathogens or the diseases
they may cause ................................................................................................. 33
c) Timely decisions and responses to wildlife pathogens ................. 33
d) Effective wildlife pathogen management ............................................. 33
X.
Wildlife disease surveillance ................................................................ 34
1. Wild animal pathogen surveillance is essential to animal health
management............................................................................................................. 34
2. Forms of pathogen and disease surveillance............................................. 35
3. General (scanning) surveillance for pathogens in wild animals ....... 35
4. Components of a general surveillance programme for wildlife
pathogens .................................................................................................................. 36
a) Detection of pathogens and diseases in wild animals .................... 36
b) Identification of pathogens and diseases ............................................. 36
c) Information management ........................................................................... 38
d) Analysis of Data and Communication of Results ............................... 38
5. Components of a targeted wildlife pathogen surveillance
programme ............................................................................................................... 39
6. Special problems with pathogen surveillance in wild animals ......... 40
a) Government structure and wild animal pathogens ......................... 40
b) Detection of disease ....................................................................................... 40
c) Host species diversity ................................................................................... 41
Appendix 1
Terms of Reference for the OIE National Focal Point on Wildlife ...................... 42
Appendix 2
Project for small groups ..................................................................................................... 43
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