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Small animal disease surveillance – why is it so important?

Dr. Alan Radford, senior lecturer is a specialist in infectious disease and epidemiology at the University of Liverpool. Dr. Radford has pioneered the idea of using practice records as a disease surveillance tool and discusses why this is so important.

Part of BVA Congress 2012.

Uploaded: 2012.
Running time: 43 minutes.

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University of Liverpool

Liverpool was the first UK veterinary school to be incorporated into a University, and is one of seven veterinary schools in the UK