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UK: The-Kennel-Club-Breed-Health-Improvement-Strategy


    The Kennel Club has a comprehensive resource to help guide kennel clubs in creating a health improvement strategy for their breed. It is available online: The-Kennel-Club-Breed-Health-Improvement-Strategy: -A-Step-by-Step-Guide.

     

    From the Guide: "AIMS

    This guide explains the benefits, purpose, and principles of developing a

    Breed Health Improvement Strategy. It is designed to provide a practical

    guide for Breed Health Coordinators and Clubs/Councils to help them assess

    and enhance their current approaches for improving their breed’s health."

    and...

    "A BREED HEALTH IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY IS HOW A BREED MAKES CONTINUOUS HEALTH IMPROVEMENT A REALITY.

     

    TIP: A Breed Health Improvement Strategy is much broader than a plan for addressing a particular health issue (e.g. a single disease or condition) in a breed."

     

    "CONTENTS

    1. WHAT IS A BREED HEALTH IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY?

    2. WHY DOES YOUR BREED NEED ONE?

    3. THE BENEFITS

    4. WHAT WOULD A “GOOD” BREED BE DOING?

    5. FOUR THEMES FOR A BREED HEALTH IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY

    a. Lead

    b. Plan

    c. Engage

    d. Improve

    6. FIVE STEPS TO DEVELOP YOUR STRATEGY

    7. APPENDICES

    a. Example Breed Health Coordinator Role Description

    b. Example Terms of Reference for H&W Sub-committee

    c. Example Annual Health Report Contents

    d. Example Health Plan template for a disease/condition"

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