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Surveillance is currently in use in the UK: SAVSNET (The Small Animal Veterinary Surveillance Network) and Vet Compass (Veterinary Companion Animal Surveillance System)

To view Professor Alan Radfords SAVSNET Presentation, “Data Saves Lives”, BCTV, February 12th 2019 please use this link-

Coming events-Data Saves Lives, May 21, 2019, the Inn at Middletown, 6:00PM -8:30PM, 70 Main St, Middletown, CT 06457.

Featured speakers include:

Jennifer Granick DVM, MS,PhD, Diplomate, ACVIM (SAIM) and Amanda Beaudoin DVM,PhD, Diplomate, ACVPM, Director of One Health from the University of Minnesota. The topic-the importance of a veterinary surveillance network and their SAVSNET pilot program.

Dr. Joan Smyth, Professor and Director of the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory,UCONN, MVB(University College Dublin), Ph.D. (Queens University, Belfast, N. Ireland), Diplomate, European College of Veterinary Pathologists, MRCVS (Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons). Topic- the need for a “companion animal” surveillance network like the one that already exists for livestock and food animals.

Peter Alberti

Outreach Chair, Association for Veterinary Informatics

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