Plan for health - NADIS was formed in 1995 to promote animal health and welfare through better disease prevention. NADIS recognises this is best achieved by active veterinary health planning.
NADIS has developed a unique online based animal health resource for farmers, vets and SQPs. The information is written by veterinary experts, peer-reviewed and presented in a practical format with a high visual clinical content to improve disease awareness and highlight disease prevention. An interactive clinical assessment is available at the end of each bulletin
The information is available in interactive bulletins and webcasts. We will also be developing power points which can be used for training purposes.
NADIS will be launching a clinical video/image library, made up of over 1500 cattle and sheep clinical videos. This will be a clinical resource for vets.
Since NADIS was formed in 1995 it has monitored diseases in cattle, sheep and pigs across the UK. 60 veterinary practices and the farm animal units from 6 veterinary colleges have taken part in the scanning surveillance, recording all the diseases they encountered on a daily basis.
Although this veterinary surveillance unfortunately no longer takes place, we hope farmer surveillance will begin with Farm Medicine Tracker.