The consequences of risk-based surveillan Developing output-based standards for surveillance to demonstrate freedom from disease

Publication year: 2012 Source: Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Available online 2 February 2012 A.R. Cameron Output-based surveillance standards provide a mechanism to achieve harmonised and comparable surveillance (which meets a defined objective) while allowing flexible approaches that are adapted to the different populations under surveillance. When correctly implemented, they can result in lower cost and greater protection against disease spread.

Publication year: 2012 Source: Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Available online 2 February 2012 A.R. Cameron Output-based surveillance standards provide a mechanism to achieve harmonised and comparable surveillance (which meets a defined objective) while allowing flexible approaches that are adapted to the different populations under surveillance. When correctly implemented, they can result in lower cost and greater protection against disease spread.

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The consequences of risk-based surveillan Developing output-based standards for surveillance to demonstrate freedom from disease