Kassy Raymond, Nelia Ben Sassi, Grace Patterson, Ben Huntington, Jonathan Rushton, Deb Stacey, and Theresa Bernardo of the GBADs programme have had the following publication published in The World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) Animal Health Data Management (Scientific & Technical Review, vol 42, 2023). You can read it here. Abstract The Global Burden of … Continue reading Informatics progress of the Global Burden of Animal Diseases programme towards data for One Health
The GBADs Ethiopia case study was launched in 2021 as proof of concept of GBADs frameworks and methods in estimating the social and economic burden of animal diseases. The workshop presented and reviewed the GBADs estimates of animal disease burdens in Ethiopia that have been generated over the last two years. The data and information … Continue reading GBADs Ethiopia Workshop, May 2023
GBADs presented a Webinar on 5th April which saw Kassy Raymond, Informatics theme, present “GBADs Data Governance Handbook”. An important presentation which was shared to the GBADs consortium. You can find the recording of the walk-through of the handbook below. If you have any questions on the GBADs Data Governance Handbook, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org://videos.files.wordpress.com/EHEXUPh2/kassy-external-version.mp4
The Datasphere Initiative event which took place on 13th October saw Kassy Raymond, Informatics Theme, present her views on policy and technical divides and what this can mean for exercises such as mapping livestock populations. You can find what Kassy has published and her 5 minute talk at The Datasphere Initiative below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdIcEYKLiwI Graph data in … Continue reading Kassy Raymond presents at the Datasphere Initiative
The Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) programme gave a Special Session presentation at ISVEE 16. Members of the GBADs team gave multiple talks on the work each theme are working on and how each theme links together. You can find the abstracts from our presentations below. Previous Next The current use of economics in … Continue reading GBADs special session, ISVEE 2022
This blog by Kassy Raymond, part of the Informatics Theme, demonstrates the utility of graph databases for finding commonalities in data using an example from the Global Burden of Animal Diseases. You can find the full version here.