William Gilbert
William Gilbert
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A one health framework for the evaluation of rabies control programmes: a case study from Colombo City, Sri Lanka
B Häsler, E Hiby, W Gilbert, N Obeyesekere, H Bennani, J Rushton
PLoS Negl Trop Dis 8 (10), e3270, 2014
The economic value of One Health in relation to the mitigation of zoonotic disease risks
B Häsler, W Gilbert, BA Jones, DU Pfeiffer, J Rushton, MJ Otte
One Health: The Human-Animal-Environment Interfaces in Emerging Infectious …, 2012
Incentive perception in livestock disease control
W Gilbert, J Rushton
Journal of agricultural economics 69 (1), 243-261, 2018
Influences of farmer and veterinarian behaviour on emerging disease surveillance in England and Wales
WH Gilbert, BN Häsler, J Rushton
Epidemiology & Infection 142 (1), 172-186, 2014
Integrated cost-benefit analysis of tsetse control and herd productivity to inform control programs for animal African trypanosomiasis
A Meyer, HR Holt, F Oumarou, K Chilongo, W Gilbert, A Fauron, C Mumba, ...
Parasites & vectors 11 (1), 1-14, 2018
Risk-based inspection as a cost-effective strategy to reduce human exposure to cysticerci of Taenia saginata in low-prevalence settings
BC Prakashbabu, LR Marshall, M Crotta, W Gilbert, JC Johnson, L Alban, ...
Parasites & vectors 11 (1), 1-11, 2018
Evidence for more cost-effective surveillance options for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) and scrapie in Great Britain
BA Wall, ME Arnold, D Radia, W Gilbert, A Ortiz-Pelaez, KDC Stärk, ...
Eurosurveillance 22 (32), 30594, 2017
The economics of animal health: direct and indirect costs of animal disease outbreaks
J Rushton, W Gilbert
Working Document 84, 2016
Estimating farm level investment in animal health and welfare in England
W Gilbert, J Rushton
Veterinary Record 17 (11), 276, 2014
Reconciling surveillance systems with limited resources: an evaluation of passive surveillance for rabies in an endemic setting
L Craighead, W Gilbert, D Subasinghe, B Häsler
Preventive veterinary medicine 121 (3-4), 206-214, 2015
Estimating farm‐level private expenditure on veterinary medical inputs in England
W Gilbert, J Rushton
Veterinary Record 174 (11), 276-276, 2014
Re-calculating the cost of coccidiosis in chickens
DP Blake, J Knox, B Dehaeck, B Huntington, T Rathinam, V Ravipati, ...
Veterinary Research 51 (1), 1-14, 2020
Interactions between intensifying livestock production for food and nutrition security, and increased vulnerability to AMR and zoonoses
J Rushton, W Gilbert, L Coyne, L Thomas, G Pinchbeck, N Williams
CGIAR Independent Science and Partnership Council, 2018
The Economics of Animal Health
W Gilbert
World Organisation for Animal Health, 2017
Evaluation of a fully automated, homogeneous immuno-inhibition method for HDL-cholesterol.
J Blutman, R Rose, V Fisher, L Laaker, W Gilbert
CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 43, 741-741, 1997
Mitigating the risks posed by intensification in livestock production: the examples of antimicrobial resistance and zoonoses
W Gilbert, L Thomas, L Coyne, J Rushton
Animal, 100123, 2020
Preparing for animal health emergencies: considerations for economic evaluation.
D Adamson, W Gilbert, K Hamilton, D Donachie, J Rushton
Revue scientifique et technique (International Office of Epizootics) 39 (2 …, 2020
Livestock disease and the communication of risk and risk mitigation measures: a case study in the dairy sector of Great Britain
W Gilbert
University of London Royal Veterinary College, 2017
FMD Impact Calculator
J Afonso, N Lyons, TK Jones, W Gilbert, J Rushton
Royal Veterinary College, 2015
The economics of animal health: direct and indirect costs of animal disease outbreaks [Internet]. Paris: World Organisation for Animal Health; 2016 [cited 2017 Nov 4]
J Rushton, W Gilbert
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