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    FEI Campus

    FEI Campus is a free of charge e-learning platform and is set to become the virtual reference point for education around the horse.

    The content and courses have the seal of approval of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI).

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    Equine disease events resulting from international horse movements

    M. Dominguez, S. Münstermann, I. de Guindos & P. Timoney

    Equine Veterinary Journal, 48, 641-653
    September 2016
    DOI: 10.1111/evj.12523

    The global increase in international horse movements, if not appropriately regulated and supervised by competent veterinary authorities and respective equine industry partners, could potentially lead to increased global spread of infectious equine diseases. Appropriate mitigation measures and compliance with OIE import recommendations for specific diseases can significantly reduce this risk.

    The recommendations proposed under the HHP approach take into account the mitigation measures identified by this review as important factors in preventing pathogen introduction and spread.

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    Pictorial guide to the diagnosis of glanders

    Edited by U. Wernery, D. Altemann, J. Kinne & R. Wernery
    World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
    2012
    ISBN 978-92-9044-890-7
    21 x 29.7 cm, 45 pp.
    Price: EUR 25

    Glanders is a contagious and life-threatening disease of horses, donkeys and mules caused by Burkholderia mallei which can be transmitted to humans. Susceptibility to glanders has been demonstrated in wild felines, camels, bears, wolves and dogs.

    This brochure on glanders shows valuable images of clinical signs, post mortem lesions as well as histology and microbiological pictures. These images will serve as a useful tool to veterinarians and other interested people in understanding and diagnosing this zoonosis. It may also help to eradicate the disease from our globe.

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    OIE Bulletin, 2016–1 issue

    Issue no. 2016–1 of the OIE Bulletin contains the following articles, among others:

    – The HHP concept as an option to improve global access to equestrian sport (doi:10.20506/bull.2016.1.2496)

    – Equine-disease-free zones (EDFZ) (doi:10.20506/bull.2016.1.2497)

    – Korea’s experience with the EDFZ concept at the 17th Asian Games, 2014 (doi:10.20506/bull.2016.1.2498)

    – Towards the implementation of the HHP concept in the Americas (doi:10.20506/bull.2016.1.2499)

    – The EU perspective on the implementation of the HHP concept (doi:10.20506/bull.2016.1.2500)

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    High health, high performance (HHP) horses: risk mitigation strategies and establishment of specific health requirements

    World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
    2015

    This document demonstrates how the continuous observance of the HHP health and biosecurity practices allow for simplification of the list of diseases for which HHP horses should be certified with respect to their temporary importation for competition purposes.

    The HHP risk mitigation strategies rely on four pillars:

    • Biosecurity measures
    • Health management practices
    • Specific health requirements
    • Contingency planning.

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    Handbook for the management of high health, high performance horses

    World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
    October 2018

    The HHP framework and associated HHP Veterinary Certificates provide a standard for the temporary movement of horses to engage in international equestrian events and Group or Grade races, and to return to their countries of origin.

    This OIE HHP Handbook provides guidelines for the implementation of the HHP framework:

    • Part 1 – Steps and responsibilities for the application of the HHP framework
    • Part 2 – Guidelines for the implementation of the HHP framework, especially with regard to biosecurity requirements
    • Part 3 – Provisions for the temporary importation of HHP horses with reference to the model HHP Veterinary Certificates
    • Part 4 – Model HHP Veterinary Certificates.

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