Publications and presentations

Peer-reviewed journals
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Hunters’ acceptability of the surveillance system and alternative surveillance strategies for classical swine fever in wild boar - a participatory approach

Schulz, K., Clémentine Calba, Marisa Peyre, Christoph Staubach, Franz Josef Conraths. 2016
12(1):187. doi:10.1186/s12917-016-0822-5

Hunters’ acceptability of the surveillance system ...
The added-value of using participatory approaches to assess the acceptability of surveillance systems: the case of bovine tuberculosis in Belgium

Calba, C., Goutard, F.L., Vanholme L., Antoine Moussiaux N., Hendrikx, P., Saegerman, C. 2016
PLoS ONE 11(7): e0159041. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159041

The added-value of using participatory approaches ...
A Simulation Model to Determine Sensitivity and Timeliness of Surveillance Strategies

Schulz, J., Staubach, C., Conraths, F. J. and Schulz, K. (2016)
Transbound Emerg Dis. doi:10.1111/tbed.12558

A Simulation Model to Determine ...
Applying participatory approaches in the evaluation of surveillance systems: A pilot study on African swine fever surveillance in Corsica.

C. Calba, N.Antoine-Moussiaux, F. Charrierd, P.Hendrikx, C. Saegerman, M. Peyre, F. L. Goutard
PREVET (2015), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.prevetmed.2015.10.001

A rationale to unify measurements of effectiveness for animal health surveillance

V. Grosbois, B. Häsler, M. Peyre, D. Thi Hiep, T. Vergne. 
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2015 Jun 1;120(1):70-85. doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2014.12.014

Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Surveillance systems evaluation: a review of the existing guides

C. Calba, F. Goutard, L Hoinville, P. Hendrikx, A. Lindberg, C. Saegerman, M. Peyre.
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:448.

BMC Public Health
Systematic review of surveillance systems and methods for early detection of exotic, new and re-emerging diseases in animal populations

V. Rodríguez-Prieto, M. Vicente-Rubiano, A. Sanchez-Matamoros, C. Rubio-Guerri, M. Melero, B. Martinez-Lopez, M. Martínez-Avilés, L. Hoinville, T. Vergne, A. Comin, B. Schauer, F. Dórea, D. Pfeiffer and J. M. Sánchez-Vizcaíno.
Epidemiology and Infection / FirstView Article, 25 pages. Published online: 12 September 2014.

Epidemiology and Infection
Assessing the expenditure distribution of animal health surveillance: the case of Great Britain

J.A. Drewe, B. Häsler, J. Rushton, K. D. C. Stärk.
Veterinary Record 2014;174:1-16. Published Online First: 24 October 2013. doi: 10.1136/vr.101846

Veterinary Record 2014;174:1
Other publications
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Classical Swine Fever in wild boar: Evaluation of different surveillance strategies in times of disease freedom

Schulz, K. 2016, Dissertation, Freie Universität Berlin
http://www.diss.fu-berlin.de/diss/receive/FUDISS_thesis_000000102459?lan...

Classical Swine Fever in wild boar: Evaluation ...
Research Brief N°1.2: Mapping of surveillance systems, animal populations, trade flows, critical infrastructure and decision making processes in seven European countries

RISKSUR Consortium. Updated version, Aug 2014.

Working towards the next generation of animal health surveillance tools: the RISKSUR project

D. Pfeiffer, J. Pinto Ferreira , K. Stärk, J.Pinto.
2014. EMPRES-Animal Health 360, No. 43. Rome: 21-22.

EMPRES-Animal Health 360, No. 43.
Posters
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Surveillance in wild boar - without hunters’ acceptability a difficult task. A participatory study

Schulz, K., Calba, C., Peyre, M., Staubach, C. and Conraths, F.J. (2016)
Poster presentation at the 
EWDA 2016 - 12th Conference of the European Wildlife Disease Association, Berlin, Germany

Evaluation of surveillance strategies for Classical Swine Fever in wild boar to demonstrate freedom from disease - analysis of sensitivity, timeliness, acceptability and cost-effectiveness

Schulz, K., Peyre, M., Schauer, B., Sonnenburg, J., Calba, C., Häsler, B., Staubach, C. and Conraths, F.J. (2016)
Poster presentation at SVEPM 2016, Elsinore, Denmark, 16-18 March 2016

Tools to improve early detection of index cases of exotic or emerging diseases.

M. Martínez Avilés, L. Snow, G. van Schaik, M. Peyre, rest of RISKSUR Consortium, D. Pfeiffer, J. M. Sánchez-Vizcaíno.
Poster presentation at the ISVEE 2015, to be held November 3-7, 2015 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

Evaluation of animal health surveillance: is it all about technical effectiveness?

M. Peyre, B Häsler, C Calba, L Hoinville, D Traon, K Schulz, A Cameron, A Comin, V Grosbois,  A Delabouglise, S Molia, F Goutard.
Poster presentation at the ISVEE 2015, to be held November 3-7, 2015 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

Data-driven stochastic modelling of Salmonella Dublin infection in dairy herds

Comin, A., Widgren, S., Ågren, E., Lindberg, A. (2015)
Poster presented at the SVEPM 2015, Ghent, Belgium 25-27 March 2015

Network analysis of surveillance system evaluation attributes: a way towards improvement of the evaluation process

M. Peyre, L. Hoinville, B. Häsler, A. Lindberg, B. Bisdorff, F. Dorea, H. Wahlström, J. Frössling, C. Calba, V. Grosbois, F. Goutard.
Presented at the International Conference for Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS2); 7-9 May 2014, Havana, Cuba

Multi-Objective surveillance approaches: An inventory from 7 European countries

A. Lindberg, F. Dórea, B. Schauer, V. Rodríguez-Pietro, with the support of the RISKSUR consortium.
Presented at the 2014 SVEPM Annual Meeting in Dublin, Ireland.

How participatory approaches could enhance the evaluation of animal health surveillance systems

Calba C., Antoine-Moussiaux N., Peyre M., Hendrikx P., Saegerman C., Goutard F.
26-28 March, 2014, SVEPM, Dublin, Ireland.

Literature review of surveillance systems and approaches for the early detection of new, exotic and re‐emerging diseases

M. Vicente‐Rubiano, V. Rodríguez‐Prieto, M. Martínez Avilés, A. Sánchez‐Matamorosa, C. Rubio‐Guerri, M. Melero, B. Martínez‐López, L. Hoinville, T. Vergne, A. Comin, B. Schauer,  F. Dórea, D. Pfeiffer, J.M. Sánchez‐Vizcaíno.
26-28 March, 2014, SVEPM, Dublin, Ireland.

RISKSUR: Providing a New Generation of Methodologies and Tools for Cost-Effective Risk-Based Animal Health Surveillance Systems for the Benefit of Livestock producers, Decision Makers and Consumers

Presented at the 2nd GRF One Health Summit,17-20 November 2013, Davos, Switzerland.

Tools for surveillance system evaluation: Reviewing the need for participatory approaches

C. Calba, V. Grosbois, M. Peyre, L. Hoinville, N. Antoine-Moussiaux, C. Saegerman, F. Goutard.
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine (SVEPM), 20-22 March 2013, Madrid, Spain.

Conference presentations
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Comparative assessment of surveillance programs to prove freedom of bovine herpesvirus 1 in dairy herds in a disease-free and endemic situation

A. Veldhuis, I. Santman, B. Schauer, F. Waldeck, J. Mars, C. Staubach, G. van Schaik (2017)
Stendaler Symposium 2017

Klassische Schweinepest beim Wildschwein Bewertung von Sensitivität und Timeliness verschiedener Überwachungsstrategien mit der Hilfe eines Simulationsmodells

Schulz, K., Schulz, J., Staubach, C. and Conraths, F.J. (2016)
Oral presentation at the DACh-Epidemiologietagung, Jena 2016

The comparison of existing and alternative surveillance strategies to proof freedom of bovine herpesvirus 1 in dairy herds – A case study within the RISKSUR project

A. Veldhuis, I. Santman, B. Schauer, F. Waldeck, J. Mars, C. Staubach, G. van Schaik
Oral presentation at SVEPM 2016, March 16-18, 2016 in Elsinore, Denmark

RISKSUR Tools: Taking animal health surveillance into the future through interdisciplinary integration of scientific evidence

Pfeiffer,D.; Lindberg,A.; Dorea,F.; Comin,A.; Martinez Aviles,M.; Sanchez-Vizcaino,J.; Snow,L.; Brouwer,A.; Schauer,B.; Staubach,C.; Schulz,K.; Conraths,F.; Peyre,M.; Goutard,F.; van Schaik,G.; Staerk,K.; Pinto Ferreira,J.; Haesler,B.; Hoinville,L.; Bisdorff,B.; Cameron,A.; Varan,V.; Traon,D.; Pinto,J.; Ripperger,J.
Oral presentation at the SVEPM 2016, to be held March 16-18, 2016 in Elsinore, Denmark

RISKSUR tools: taking animal health ...
An economic evaluation of potential surveillance strategies for the control of Bovine Viral Diarrhoea Virus in England

B. Bisdorff, R. Booth, J. Rushton, J. Brownlie, M. Peyre, other RiskSur consortium members, D. Pfeiffer, Häsler, B.
Oral presentation at the ISVEE 2015, to be held November 3-7, 2015 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

Economic evaluation of animal health surveillance – moving from infancy to adolescence?

B. Häsler, K. Howe, M. Peyre, T. Vergne, C Calba, B. Bisdorff, A. Comin, A. Lindberg, A. Brouwer, L. Snow, K. Schulz, Ch. Staubach, M. Martínez-Avilés, D. Traon, L. Hoinville, K. Stärk, D. Pfeiffer, J. Rushton.
Oral presentation at the ISVEE 2015, to be held November 3-7, 2015 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

Framework for the design, improvement and documentation of surveillance systems

F. Dórea, A. Comin, B. Schauer, L. Snow, M. M. Avilés, L. Hoinville, A.Lindberg
Oral presentation at the ISVEE 2015, to be held November 3-7, 2015 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

Classical Swine fever in wild boar: Surveillance strategies under the microscope.

K.Schulz, J.Sonnenburg, B.Schauer, T.Vergne, M.Peyre, C.Staubach, F.J. Conraths.
Oral presentation at the 9th Annual Meeting EPIZONE, 2-3 September 2015, Montpellier.

Applying participatory approaches in the evaluation of surveillance systems: A pilot study on swine fevers in Corsica

Calba C., Antoine-Moussiaux N., Charrier F., Hendrikx P., Saegerman C., Peyre M., Goutard F.L.
Presented at the SVEPM, 25-27 March 2015, Ghent, Belgium.

The surveillance landscape in Europe

Barbara Häsler, RVC, UK. Presented at the RISKSUR Best Practice Workshop on animal health surveillance, 30 September  2014, The Hague, NL.

Enhancing passive surveillance in the United Kingdom

Kate Sharpe, AHVLA, UK. Presented at the RISKSUR Best Practice Workshop on animal health surveillance, 30 September  2014, The Hague, NL.

Surveillance prioritization and cost-effective delivery: Sweden

Ann Lindberg, SVA,
Sweden. Presented at the RISKSUR Best Practice Workshop on animal health surveillance, 30 September  2014, The Hague, NL.

Collaborative surveillance: The Netherlands

Petra Kock, GD, Netherlands. Presented at the RISKSUR Best Practice Workshop on animal health surveillance, 30 September  2014, The Hague, NL.

The known but unexpected: Spain

Marta Martinez, VISAVET, Spain. Presented at the RISKSUR Best Practice Workshop on animal health surveillance, 30 September  2014, The Hague, NL.

“Surveillance is a public good” – but how public is it?

B. Schauer, M. Martínez-Avilés, A. Comin, V. Rodríguez Prieto, F. Dórea, B. Häsler, B. Bisdorff, K. Schulz, F. J. Conraths, Ch. Staubach.
Presented at the EPIZONE 8th Annual Meeting  in Session 8: Epidemiology; 23 - 25 September 2014, DGI-Byen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Use of participatory approaches for the evaluation of animal health surveillance systems in northern countries

C. Calba, N.  Antoine-Moussiaux, M. Peyre, P. Hendrikx, C. Saegerman, F. Goutard.
Presented at theInternational Conference for Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS2); 7-9 May 2014, Havana, Cuba.

Mapping of surveillance and livestock systems, infrastructure, trade flows and decision-making processes to explore the potential of surveillance at a systems level

B. Häsler, B. Bisdorff, A. Brouwer, A. Comin, F.C. Dórea, J. Drewe, J. Hardstaff, L. Hoinville, A. Lindberg, S. Molia, M. Peyre, J. Pinto-Ferreira, V. Rodríguez-Prieto, J. Rushton, G. van Schaik, B. Schauer, C. Staubach, N. Taylor, M. Vicente, G. Witteveen, other RISKSUR Consortium members, D. Pfeiffer.
Presented at the International Conference for Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS2); 7-9 May 2014, Havana, Cuba.

A rationale for assessing the effectiveness of animal disease surveillance systems

T. Vergne, B. Häsler, J. Drewe, V. Grosbois.
Presented at theInternational Conference for Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS2); 7-9 May 2014, Havana, Cuba.

External publications
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Editorial: Does animal health surveillance give value for money?

Vosough Ahmadi. Veterinary Record 2014;174:1 14-15.

Veterinary Record
FCEC Final Report

Food Chain Evaluation Consortium (FCEC): Final Report "Evaluation of the EU rapid response network, crisis management and communication capacity regarding certain transmissible animal diseases".