Stephen M. Apatow
Director of Research & Development
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA)
Consortium Graduate Studies
for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Biodefense and Epidemiological Tracking
FMD Contingency Plan: Defra’s existing contingency plan for foot
mouth disease has been continuously reviewed and updated in light of
and lessons learned from the 2001 outbreak. The latest version of
Foot and Mouth Disease Contingency Plan has been laid before Parliament
on 31 March 2004.
a U.S. or International Agricultural Incident: International
Rapid Response Strategy Proposed.
Control and eradication of foot-and-mouth disease: Sutmoller,
Olascoaga, Sumption. See also: Culling
vs. vaccination: challenging a dogma in veterinary (FMD) science:
Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
EUFMD Commissions, 2002.
Directive on FMD control: Adopted at Agriculture Council on 29
also: The Institute of Animal Health, Pirbright Laboratory: Foot-and-mouth
disease: scientific problems and recent progress 1st annual report.
Vaccination Moved to the Forefront of Control Measures Instead of Being
Last Resort: Foot and Mouth in the EU: 12 June 2003.
Mexican-US Campaign 1947-1954: Over 18 months, 76 million
of vaccine were produced, every lot was quality controlled and then
resulting in eradication - Special thanks to J. Callis.
Association of State Departments of Agriculture Foot & Mouth
Page: News Releases, State Resource Websites, Emergency
Plans, Fact Sheets & Correspondence.
and Mouth Disease Reference Library: Humanitarian
Resource Institute Emerging Infectious Disease Network
& Mouth Disease: The UK Lessons Online Slide Presentation - Dr.
Martin Hugh-Jones, Director of the World Health Organization
Center for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems for Public
Health, for the 2002 Ontario Veterinary Medical Association Annual
Disease Online Review: This resource was developed by Humanitarian
Resource Institute for medical and veterinary Professionals to assist
medical surveillance and response activities associated with zoonotic
Animal Disease Online Course: This resource was developed by
Resource Institute to enhance training for the recognition of Foreign
Disease's for field veterinarians.
to the Foreign
and Zoonotic Disease Center
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