Taking the Bite out of Rabies: The Evolution of Rabies Management in Canada
Involved in rabies research for much of their working careers, editors Rowland Tinline and David Gregory explore Canada’s unique contributions to rabies management in Taking the Bite out of Rabies. By placing the major players in rabies management from provincial and federal agencies, universities, and research institutions in historical context, Tinline and Gregory trace Canada’s largely successful efforts to control rabies. Concerned about the loss of institutional memory that tends to follow success, Tinline and Gregory view this book as a crucial way to collate, verify, and preserve records for future understanding and research.
The book maps the history of rabies across Canada and explores the science, organization, research, and development behind Canada’s public health and wildlife vaccination programs. It also discusses how ongoing changes in agency mandates, the environment, and the evolution of the rabies virus affect present and future prevention and control efforts.
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- Page Count: 736 pages
- Illustrations: 200
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
Author InformationRowland Tinline is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Geography at Queen’s University and was director of the Queen’s GIS Laboratory.
Dr. David Gregory was the Chief of Poultry and Zoonotic Diseases at the Canadian Food and Inspection Agency and, following his retirement, carried out consultancies for Health Canada, the Canadian Executive Services Overseas in Russia, and the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture in Trinidad and Tobago.
Subjects and Coursesenvironmental studies \ natural history
health and medicine \ health \ health policy
health and medicine \ health
health and medicine \ medicine \ history of medicine
health and medicine \ medicine
health and medicine
history \ history of science and technology
history \ legal history