Risk-based surveillance for disease freedom: Master Class

30 July 2014

AusVet Animal Health ServicesRISKSUR partner SVA will be hosting a four-day masterclass by AusVet Animal Health Services

28-31 October 2014

at the

National Veterinary Institute, Uppsala, Sweden.

The course aims to give participants

  • a high-level understanding of risk-based methods for design and analysis of complex disease surveillance systems
  • practical experience with techniques and tools for design and analysis of complex, risk-based sampling schemes within surveillance programs
  • an understanding of more complex issues in the analysis of surveillance data to demonstrate freedom from disease

The course will be presented jointly by Evan Sergeant and RISKSUR member Angus Cameron.

If you are interested in attending, the Draft Course Outline provides more detail about what you can expect to learn.

Deadline for registration: 31 August 2014
Registration Fee: €1000

Employees of partner organisations in the RISKSUR consortium are eligible for a €100 discount on registration. Registration includes provision of course materials, as well as refreshments and lunch on each day.

Would you like to attend?

Download the Registration Form and follow the instructions outlined on the form.
Note: if the minimum number of registrations is not achieved by 31 August, the course will be cancelled or postponed.

If you are interested in attending, please email Evan Sergeant so you are included in the mailing list.

Please pass this information on to others who might also be interested.