Project Description

A growing realization and hence demand for the application of economics in animal health decision making exists, but economic tools and concepts on incentives around decision making are rarely well taught to animal health professionals. NEAT creates an academic network that focuses on strategic reflections, needs analyses, development and application of educational material and networking.

Abstract

The NEAT consortium aims to strengthen and enhance the use of economics in animal health in higher education and professional environments throughout Europe.
All 60 partners have to accomplish a number of tasks. NEAT conducts a review and a survey to map the educational material available, assesses future needs in collaboration with end-users and enhances and disseminates educational material for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development students and
teachers.
The project promotes the best use of economics by animal health professionals across Europe and beyond. The challenge is to create a wider cadre of people to teach economics and to create educational materials, which are widely available at all levels of the livestock sector and animal health professionals.

Project Details

Coordinator: 
The Royal Veterinary College, UK
Partners: 
accelopment AG, CH
Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, DE
Agrifood Research Finland, FI
Institut National Polytechnique - Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse, FR
Università degli Studi di Bologna, IT
Wageningen Universiteit, NL
University of Zagreb, HR
Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, NO
National College of Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Engineering, FR
University of Thessaly, GR
Szent István University Budapest, HU
Ankara University, TR
Scottish Agricultural College, UK
The Federation of Veterinarians of Europe, BE
Massey University, NZ
Public Health Pool: Association of Veterinary Public Health, AT
Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, FR
Instituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, IT
Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, PT
National Sanitary Veterinary & Food Safety Authority, RO
University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy, SK
University Ljubljana, SI
Complutense University Madrid, ES
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SE
University of Bern, CH
Safoso AG, CH
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK
Freie Universität Berlin, DE
Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, AT
Ghent University, BE
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BG
Danish Agriculture and Food Council, DK
Aarhus University, DK
Technical University of Denmark, DK
University of Copenhagen, DK
Estonian University of Life Science, EE
Pan Livestock Services, UK
Ludwig Maximilians-University Munich, DE
University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, DE
Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research, BE
UCD School of Veterinary Medicine, IE
State Food and Veterinary Service of the Republic of Lithuania, LT
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, PL
College of Romanian Veterinarians, RO
Veterinary Administration of the Republic of Slovenia, SI
Universidad de Leon, ES
University of Zürich, CH
Dicle University, TR
Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, UK
International Veterinary Students‘ Association, DK
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, RS
University of Adelaide, AU
University of Brasilia, BR
Bioseguridad Calidad Alimentaria, CL
Universidad de La Salle, CO
International Livestock Research Institute, KE
Rakuno Gakuen University, JP
University of Sarajevo, BA
Food Safety and Veterinary Institute, AL
Contact: 
Prof Jonathan Rushton
Duration: 
01.10.2012 - 30.09.2015
Budget: 
983,894 euro
Our Services: 
Funding Advice
Proposal Writing
Contract Negotiations
Project Management
Project Dissemination
Funding Programme: 
  • LLP-Erasmus Academic Network
Area: 
Animal Health

Testimonial

Prof Jonathan Rushton, The Royal Veterinary College, UK

"Turning a good idea into a project with tangible results required guidance."

Prof Jonathan Rushton, The Royal Veterinary College, UK