Livestock Health and Food Chain Risk Assessment

livestock health, food chain, risk assessment
First published in the EFSA Journal
27 août 2018
Approved
6 juillet 2018
Type
Special Issue

Abstract

The EUFORA fellowship programme ‘Livestock Health and Food Chain Risk Assessment’ was proposed by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA), a British governmental institution responsible for safeguarding animal and plant health in the UK. The working programme, which was organised into four different modules, covered a wide range of aspects related to risk assessment including identification of emerging risks, risk prioritisation methods, scanning surveillance, food production exposure assessment and import risk assessment of animal and human infectious diseases. Over the course of the year, the Fellow had the opportunity to work for international projects with experts in these disciplines. This allowed for significant opportunities to ‘learn‐by‐doing’ the methods and the techniques that are employed to assess animal health and food safety risks. Moreover, he consolidated his knowledge by attending several training courses and academic lessons, submitting scientific papers to peer‐reviewed journals and conferences, giving presentations and using modelling software.

Contact
eu-fora [at] efsa.europa.eu
doi
10.2903/j.efsa.2018.e160812
EFSA Journal 2018;16(S1):e160812

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Disclaimer
This report is funded by EFSA as part of the EU‐FORA programme.