Upcoming Events

This section provides links to upcoming events that may be relevant to wildlife health professionals. Listed events focus on Australia but also include information on events from overseas.

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1/01/2019 - 28/02/2019

Biostatistics Refresher Course - online

The Biostatistics Refresher Course is delivered online in the period of January - February each year.
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1/01/2019 - 28/02/2019

Biostatistics Refresher Course - online

The Biostatistics Refresher Course is delivered online in the period of January - February each year.
Click here>> for more information on the course and how to enrol.
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1/01/2019 - 28/02/2019

Biostatistics Refresher Course - online

The Biostatistics Refresher Course is delivered online in the period of January - February each year.
Click here>> for more information on the course and how to enrol.
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1/01/2019 - 28/02/2019

Biostatistics Refresher Course - online

The Biostatistics Refresher Course is delivered online in the period of January - February each year.
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18/03/2019 - 22/03/2019

Epi in the Valley - Diagnostic Tests from Zero to Hero

This event is supported by the OIE Collaborating Centre for Diagnostic Test Validation Science in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The focus of this workshop will be on the interpretation and validation of diagnostic tests in veterinary science. We will provide detailed coverage of validation alternatives in the absence of a perfect reference (gold) standard, moving from basic principles of test validation and interpretation to latent class analysis, including application to prevalence estimation.

The course will cater for all levels of epidemiological background. Those less familiar with the content area will be gently introduced and show a suite of online tools to make their life easier. More advanced participants can expect to leave the course with a toolbox of code in OpenBUGs and for those familiar with R (not essential) code will be provided to implement reproducible analyses using R2OpenBUGS and similar.

Find out more, including how to register via the EITV2019 Registrations website. Download the flyer here >>

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18/03/2019 - 22/03/2019

Epi in the Valley - Diagnostic Tests from Zero to Hero

This event is supported by the OIE Collaborating Centre for Diagnostic Test Validation Science in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The focus of this workshop will be on the interpretation and validation of diagnostic tests in veterinary science. We will provide detailed coverage of validation alternatives in the absence of a perfect reference (gold) standard, moving from basic principles of test validation and interpretation to latent class analysis, including application to prevalence estimation.

The course will cater for all levels of epidemiological background. Those less familiar with the content area will be gently introduced and show a suite of online tools to make their life easier. More advanced participants can expect to leave the course with a toolbox of code in OpenBUGs and for those familiar with R (not essential) code will be provided to implement reproducible analyses using R2OpenBUGS and similar.

Find out more, including how to register via the EITV2019 Registrations website. Download the flyer here >>

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18/03/2019 - 22/03/2019

Epi in the Valley - Diagnostic Tests from Zero to Hero

This event is supported by the OIE Collaborating Centre for Diagnostic Test Validation Science in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The focus of this workshop will be on the interpretation and validation of diagnostic tests in veterinary science. We will provide detailed coverage of validation alternatives in the absence of a perfect reference (gold) standard, moving from basic principles of test validation and interpretation to latent class analysis, including application to prevalence estimation.

The course will cater for all levels of epidemiological background. Those less familiar with the content area will be gently introduced and show a suite of online tools to make their life easier. More advanced participants can expect to leave the course with a toolbox of code in OpenBUGs and for those familiar with R (not essential) code will be provided to implement reproducible analyses using R2OpenBUGS and similar.

Find out more, including how to register via the EITV2019 Registrations website. Download the flyer here >>

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18/03/2019 - 22/03/2019

Epi in the Valley - Diagnostic Tests from Zero to Hero

This event is supported by the OIE Collaborating Centre for Diagnostic Test Validation Science in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The focus of this workshop will be on the interpretation and validation of diagnostic tests in veterinary science. We will provide detailed coverage of validation alternatives in the absence of a perfect reference (gold) standard, moving from basic principles of test validation and interpretation to latent class analysis, including application to prevalence estimation.

The course will cater for all levels of epidemiological background. Those less familiar with the content area will be gently introduced and show a suite of online tools to make their life easier. More advanced participants can expect to leave the course with a toolbox of code in OpenBUGs and for those familiar with R (not essential) code will be provided to implement reproducible analyses using R2OpenBUGS and similar.

Find out more, including how to register via the EITV2019 Registrations website. Download the flyer here >>

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18/03/2019 - 22/03/2019

Epi in the Valley - Diagnostic Tests from Zero to Hero

This event is supported by the OIE Collaborating Centre for Diagnostic Test Validation Science in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The focus of this workshop will be on the interpretation and validation of diagnostic tests in veterinary science. We will provide detailed coverage of validation alternatives in the absence of a perfect reference (gold) standard, moving from basic principles of test validation and interpretation to latent class analysis, including application to prevalence estimation.

The course will cater for all levels of epidemiological background. Those less familiar with the content area will be gently introduced and show a suite of online tools to make their life easier. More advanced participants can expect to leave the course with a toolbox of code in OpenBUGs and for those familiar with R (not essential) code will be provided to implement reproducible analyses using R2OpenBUGS and similar.

Find out more, including how to register via the EITV2019 Registrations website. Download the flyer here >>

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Events

Developing diagnostic tools for pteropid bat serology

AB-CRC Postgraduate project: Antonio Di Rubbo

This project's aim was to generate pteropid-specific immunological reagents, of which none currently exist, for the development of both serological tests and the detection of cell-mediated immune (CMI) responses. The isolation and characterisation of pteropid bat IgM and IgG, and the production of monospecific polyclonal antibodies to these immunoglobulins, will facilitate the development of serological tests.

The AB-CRC Project has been completed. Link to PhD Thesis information on University of Queensland website >>

Tuesday, 17 January 2006/Author: Rupert Woods/Number of views (3387)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Supplement of Avian Influenza in Wild Birds

Journal of Wildlife Disease

Journal of Wildlife Disease had a special supplement dedicated to avian influenza in wild birds in 2007. Follow link to view Table of Contents >> 


Friday, 25 May 2007/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (3250)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Wildlife Health Investigation Manual

Australian Registry of Wildlife Health

The Australian Registry of Wildlife Health (The Registry) is a diagnostic and resource centre that improves Australia’s ability to detect and diagnose endemic, emerging and exotic diseases of wildlife. 

The Wildlife Health Investigation Manual was published by the Registry in 2007 and is aimed at improving disease recognition, notification and diagnosis in wildlife. It has sections on clinical signs, lesions, layperson's guide to sampling, data collection, diagnostic procedures, euthanasia, autopsies, sample shipment, approach to health investigation and outbreak investigation. 

Copies of the Manual (ISBN 0-646-44833-1) can be purchased from the Registry, PO Box 20, Mosman NSW 2088 or you can download the order form from the Registry Website >>.

Sunday, 29 July 2007/Author: Rupert Woods/Number of views (4217)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Friday, 19 October 2007/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (2480)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Wildlife Incident Submission Form

A Wildlife Incident Submission Form has been developed to ensure consistent information is obtained at or during wildlife incidents. The Submission Form can be downloaded from the AWHN web page Report an Incident >> 

Note: The form has been endorsed for use by the Australia's Animal Health Committee (AHC) however does not replace any State/Territory DPI (Department of Primary Industry) pathology forms.
Friday, 26 October 2007/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (3162)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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