Damian Maye has had a new paper accepted for publication in Veterinary Record.
The paper is connected to a social research project that Damian was involved with for Defra, which provided evidence on the impact of current exotic disease compensation policy on animal keeper behaviour and the likely effectiveness of different compensation measures in terms of promoting positive disease risk management practice. The project was entitled ‘The ‘good farmer’: farmer identities and the control of exotic livestock disease in England’.
The full reference of the new paper is:
Hamilton-Webb, A., Naylor, R., Little, R. and Maye, D. (2016/17 – in press) Compensation and exotic livestock disease management: The views of animal keepers and veterinarians in England. Veterinary Record.