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For significant diseases in wildlife, an active surveillance programme may be the preferred approach with the aim to collect a certain number of samples from a target population (live or dead animals) to determine the point prevalence of certain pathogens.
Active veterinary participation is essential in protected area management, with emphasis on training of technicians, rangers and field biologists with regard to specific diseases and their clinical signs, surveillance and sampling techniques, data collection, and reporting.
A more efficient wildlife disease surveillance programme, which included more specific and “hands-on” trained staff, would definitely ensure a better early warning system which would detect new or emerging disease outbreaks.
Resided in Muldersdrift, South Africa.Currently a Lecturer in Animal Health at the University of South Africa.Worked for Veterinary Services of which 12 years in the world famous Kruger National Park.Served as a member of the South African Veterinary Council for 6 years.Chairperson of the OIE Ad hoc committee on Para Veterinary standards.
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