Estimation of the number of exposed people during highly pathogenic avian influenza virus outbreaks in EU/EEA countries, October 2016–September 2018
Adlhoch, C., Miteva, A., Zdravkova, A., Miškić, T., Kneževic, D., Perdikaris, S., Śmietanka, K., Świętoń, E., Kopriva, V., Chudý, M., Romero González, L.J., Moreno Gil, I., Wallén Norell, A., Verdonck, F.
Yellow fever in the diagnostics laboratory review-article
Domingo, C., Charrel, R.N., Schmidt-Chanasit, J., Zeller, H., Reusken, C.
Environmental suitability of vibrio infections in a warming climate: An early warning system
Semenza, J.C., Trinanes, J., Lohr, W., Sudre, B., Löfdahl, M., Martinez-Urtaza, J., Nichols, G.L., Rocklöv, J.
Assessing Seasonal Risks for the Introduction and Mosquito-borne Spread of Zika Virus in Europe
Rocklov, J., Quam, M.B., Sudre, B., German, M., Kraemer, M.U., Brady, O., Bogoch, II, Liu-Helmersson, J., Wilder-Smith, A., Semenza, J.C., Ong, M., Aaslav, K.K., Khan, K.
7th Food- and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses Network (FWD-Net) meeting
Emerging diseases and outbreak investigations, whole genome sequencing-based surveillance and public health risks related to animal and food imports to the EU/EEA were some of the topics under discussion during the Food- and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses Network meeting.
New bornavirus strain detected in the EU, 26 February 2015
This rapid risk assessment assesses the public health threat of a recently reported cluster of acute fatal encephalitis in three squirrel breeders in Germany, possibly related to an infection with a newly identified bornavirus.
Literature review: Best practices in ranking emerging infectious disease threats
The threat of serious, cross-border infectious disease outbreaks in Europe is a significant challenge in terms of emergency preparedness. In order to effectively target the use of resources to manage the risks of outbreak, it is necessary to formulate rankings or prioritisation of human and/or animal pathogens. This literature review aims to identify the range of methods used to prioritise communicable disease threats for the purposes of emergency preparedness planning.