The training programme supports the overall EuFMD strategy divided in three main pillars and includes a number of courses and resources that aim to build capacity for the progressive control of FMD and similar transboundary animal diseases. Within the Training room you can find the training menu for Member Nations, access to our open access courses page that you can take any moment, the outlines of our main courses that we deliver on a regular basis, plus training videos and podcasts. If you want to know more about our programs, you can find a selection case studies on our recent activities and book an appointment to know more about Virtual Learning Centers. 

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Eufmd_training@fao.org 

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Vaccination and post vaccination monitoring
SOCIOECONOMIC Impact Assessment of FMD
FMD Laboratory Investigation Training Course
FMD Emergency Preparation Course
Applying Public Private Partnership
FMD Emergency Preparation Course
EuFMD Training menu, 2020-21 Phase V
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The aim of GET Prepared is to assist Member Nations to improve their emergency preparedness for FAST diseases. The objectives include:

  • To provide a means for Member Nations to self-assess their level of preparedness for the different components of emergency preparedness
  • To provide resources to address the priority gaps identified by the Member Nations
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EuFMD Secretariat: eufmd@fao.org

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GETWALL
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The training programme supports the overall EuFMD strategy divided in three main pillars and includes a number of courses and resources that aim to build capacity for the progressive control of FMD and similar transboundary animal diseases. Within the Training room you can find the training menu for Member Nations, access to our open access courses page that you can take any moment, the outlines of our main courses that we deliver on a regular basis, plus training videos and podcasts. If you want to know more about our programs, you can find a selection case studies on our recent activities and book an appointment to know more about Virtual Learning Centers. 

Contact

EuFMD Secretariat: eufmd@fao.org

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Explore options to improve security of vaccine supply against Foot-and-Mouth and other similar transboundary diseases
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The aim of GET Prepared is to assist Member Nations to improve their emergency preparedness for FAST diseases. The objectives include: 

  • To improve the capacity of Member Nations in the organization of simulation exercises to test their contingency plans 
  • To improve cross-border cooperation in FAST disease control by assisting in the organization of multi-country simulation exercises 
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EuFMD Secretariat:

Eufmd@fao.org 

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Simulation Exercises remotely supported
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The Prioritisation of Antigen Management with International Surveillance Tool (PRAGMATIST) was developed by the World Reference Laboratory (WRL-FMD) and EuFMD to assist risk managers select which FMD vaccine antigens are most important to maintain in their vaccine banks.  This tool provides a transparent, evidence-based framework to evaluate available vaccine antigens, that can be adapted according to the region at risk. 

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EuFMD Secretariat:

Eufmd@fao.org 

Documents
Pragmatist. Trip. The road to implementation
Pragmatist informative brochure
Quarterly OIE-FAO FMD Report. Jan-March 2020
Quarterly OIE-FAO FMD report April-June 2020
Quarterly OIE-FAO FMD report Jul_Sept 2020
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Emergency preparedness for FAST diseases remains a core issue for European Veterinary Services, as entry of such diseases continues to be a risk for the region, and the consequences would be devastating. Dealing with such situations requires experience and preparedness. The EuFMDiS model is a tool that helps contingency planners and decision makers with testing their preparedness to control FAST disease outbreaks as it is able to simulate what may happen in an epidemic. It evaluates the impact of control measures, the resources needed and the consequences which leads to improved plans and appropriate training, equipping and exercising. The EuFMDiS model is unique as it addresses multi-country disease spread and impact in Europe, it can be operated by trained Veterinary Services staff, and can evaluate all plausible options. 

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EuFMDiS manual
EuFMDiS Data requirements
Evaluation of the impacts of FMD incursion in Central Europe
EuFMDiS poster
Introducing the EuFMDiS
The use of EuFMDiS as a training tool
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This desk presents resources that can assist with risk forecasting. Risks are dynamic; they are constantly changing and evolving as a result of different factors, including the evolution and emergence of viral strains, regional and global animal movement and trade patterns, and the effectiveness of control efforts. By monitoring these factors, risk managers can focus and adapt preparedness activities to the changing risk landscape.

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Foot-and-Mouth Disease Quarterly Report January-March 2020
Foot-and-Mouth Disease Quarterly Report, April- June 2020
Foot-and-Mouth Disease Quarterly Report July-September 2020
Predicting the occurrence of Transboundary threats to the food chain
A summary of the Pillar II activities in the first quarter of 2020
Bovine Ephemeral Fever
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EuFMD Highlights

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EuFMD Secretariat FAO HQ, Room C-516 Viale delle Terme di Caracalla. 

Rome 00153, Italy

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