This report was prepared for the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation in relation to the National Hendra Virus Research Program. It summarises the findings of a three-year mixed methods research study designed to capture factors that influence horse owner Hendra virus (HeV) risk mitigation practices. This research supports the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) Hendra Virus Research Priority 2: Improved strategies to prevent transmission of HeV. However, it may also contribute to Research Priority 3: Capacity to detect and respond effectively to HeV incidents.
|Place of Publication||Barton, ACT|
|Publisher||Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
Taylor, M., Dhand, N., Toribio, J-A., Wiethoelter, A., Schembri, N., Sawford, K., ... Wright, T. (2016). Longitudinal cohort study of horse owners: HHALTER : horse owners and Hendra virus : a longitudinal study to evaluate risk. Barton, ACT: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.