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Contingency Planning
Dealing with a simulated rabies outbreak: a test of teamwork
  1. Nick Blayney

    Nick Blayney qualified from Liverpool in 1980 and has been in full-time general practice ever since. He is honorary secretary of the Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons and is a member of the In Practice management editorial advisory group.

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RECENT epizootiological events have reinforced the need for contingency planning in anticipation of outbreaks of notifiable disease. In this article, Nick Blayney, who took part as a veterinary surgeon in practice, gives an account of a one-day exercise staged by Warwickshire County Council, prior to February 2001, to test the official response to a hypothetical incident of rabies.

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