Activities per year
Use of a holistic framework that combines data from epidemiology, applied agricultural economics, and behavioural science in a multi-disciplinary approach to biosecurity in three case studies. This will enable better understanding of: farmers, their context, and the factors that influence their behaviour and choices; the impact of different biosecurity choices on disease burdens; the potential for influencing decisions through communicating disease predictions; barriers to uptake of biosecurity practices, which of these can be influenced, and what might be effective in incentivising uptake by different types of farmers in different contexts.
|Effective start/end date||1/04/22 → 31/03/27|
- Scottish Government: Rural & Environment Science & Analytical Services
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- 1 Participating in a conference, workshop, ...
BETTER biosecurity COST Action workgroup meetings and workshops and Management Committee (MC) meeting
Maria Rodrigues da Costa (Participant) & Kate Lamont (Participant)8 Jun 2022 → 9 Jun 2022
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participating in a conference, workshop, ...
- 1 Poster
Framework for a holistic view of biosecurity practiceLamont (Stephen), K., 8 Jun 2022, (First published).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › peer-reviewFile21 Downloads (Pure)