The purpose of this manual is to enhance recognition of African swine fever at all levels for early warning and early reaction, so that the disease can be identified and eliminated at the earliest appearance in any area. Special attention has been given to the clinical, anatomical and pathological similarity of African swine fever with classical swine fever.
The document covers: introduction on contact tracing in the Ebola response; general considerations for contact tracing; case definition; planning and preparation; personnel; implementation, and tools for contact tracing.
This document provides recommendations on case definition of: routine surveillance; community-based surveillance; contacts persons of Ebola or Marburg cases; and case definitions used by the surveillance.
This resource provides a list of technical information resources available from the World Health Organization on responding to an Ebola virus outbreak.
This resource describes the diagnosis of yellow fever through virological (namely, detection of the viral genome, detection of viral antigens, or virus isolation) and/or serological methods.
The purpose of these case studies is to familiarize participants with case definitions and with the epidemiological investigation of viscerotropic disease (VTD) associated with vaccination against yellow fever.
This document offers a rapid risk assessment of African swine fever (ASF) introduction in China.
This position paper sets out the NGO community’s collective views on key action points for the 2018 Meetings of Experts.
This presentation covers genetic engineering technology including economic data, regulations, and security.
This sheet provides information on brucellosis symptoms, safe livestock handling, and decontamination.