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Risk-based surveillance: design and analysis

Lyon, France. 27-30 May 2013

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Please note: The venue for the course has changed. The course will now be held at the Université Catholique de Lyon (site Bellecour), 69002 Lyon at 25 Rue du Plat.

Preliminary Announcement, provides information about the course and things you might like to know, such as when and where it is happening, who should attend, a brief course outline, about the presenters, etc.

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

Registration Fee: €800
Deadline for registration: 1 April 2013
Would you like to attend? Please print the Registration Form and follow the To Register instructions outlined on the form.
Note: if the minimum number of registrations is not achieved by 1 April the course will be cancelled.
More information will be posted here as it becomes available.

If you are interested in attending (or planning to attend) please email evan@ausvet.com.au so we can add you to our mailing list.

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

Accommodation options

Try the following websites for accommodation options in Lyon:

Wotif
TripAdvisor
Urban Sejour (apartments)

Pre-Reading and general epidemiology/surveillance resources

These resources are for information and general interest and are not written specifically for this course.

Important formulae for surveillance The formulae described here provide the underpinning to the methods used in this course. The aim of the course is for you to understand how these formulae can be applied to design and analysis of surveillance programs.
Epidemiology notes These notes are useful pre-reading on basic epidemiology, particularly relating to interpretation of relative risks and understanding diagnostic test performance
Notes on scenario tree methodology for risk-based surveillance These notes were used in previous courses, where there was a greater emphasis on the use of scenario trees
Risk-based surveillance manual An updated version of the scenario tree manual
SPS Capacity Building surveillance manual A manual on general principles of animal health surveillance
Survey Toolbox A practical manual on field application of surveillance principles
workshop spreadsheets

We look forward to seeing you at the course.

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