Application D'une Méthodologie Fondée sur la Multidisciplinarité et la Médecine Factuelle Pour Ordonnancer et Classer les Maladies des Animaux Producteurs de Denrées Alimentaires et les Zoonoses

Marie France Humblet, Sébastien Vandeputte, Adelin Albert, Christiane Gosset, Nathalie Kirschvink, Eric Haubruge, Fabienne Fecher-Bourgeois, Paul Pierre Pastoret, Claude Saegerman

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Résumé

The prioritization process developed in the present work is based on a multi-criteria decision-making relying on experts' opinion and evidence-based data. One hundred animal diseases and zoonoses were included in the process and 5 categories of 57 criteria were considered. International experts performed an intra- and an inter-category weighting of the prioritization criteria. Information corresponding to each criterion/disease was collected through evidence-based medicine. An overall weighted score was calculated for each disease on the basis of two approaches, deterministic and probabilistic. A ranking of diseases was established as a result. A classification and regression tree analysis allowed the classification of diseases into 4 subgroups. Few differences were observed between the deterministic and the probabilistic methods. This generic and predictive tool could be applied in different contexts and to diseases affecting other animal species.

Titre traduit de la contributionMultidisciplinary and evidence-based method for prioritizing diseases of foodproducing animals and zoonoses
langue originaleFrançais
Pages (de - à)11-26
Nombre de pages16
journalEpidemiologie et Sante Animale
Volume62
Etat de la publicationPublié - 1 déc. 2012

mots-clés

  • Animal diseases
  • Evidence-based medicine
  • Experts' opinion
  • Prioritisation
  • Zoonoses

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