|Counting the cost: The potential impact of African Swine Fever on smallholders in Timor-Leste|
D Smith, T Cooper, A Pereira, JB da Costa Jong
One Health 8, 100109, 2019
|Towards better-informed consent: Research with livestock-keepers and informal traders in East Africa|
TL Cooper, Y Kirino, S Alonso, J Lindahl, D Grace
Preventive veterinary medicine 128, 135-141, 2016
|Participatory Epidemiology: Principles, Practice, Utility, and Lessons Learnt|
RG Alders, SN Ali, AA Ameri, B Bagnol, TL Cooper, A Gozali, MM Hidayat, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7, 2020
|Engaging rural Australian communities in National Science Week helps increase visibility for women researchers|
MC Hardy, MR Desselle, 2016 Catch a Rising Star Consortium
Royal Society open science 4 (10), 170548, 2017
|Inclusive rural communication services: building evidence, informing policy|
E van de Fliert, T Cooper, S Sam, S Cardey, R Lie, L Witteveen, C Torres, ...
Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations, 2017
|Investigating the socio-economic and livelihoods impacts of African Swine Fever in Timor-Leste: an application of Spatial Group Model Building|
J Berends, J Bendita Da Costa Jong, TL Cooper, K Dizyee, O Morais, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 1346, 2021
|Engaging with complexity for improved veterinary antimicrobial stewardship in Thai Nguyen, Vietnam|
T Cooper, D Grace, E Fliert, H Nguyen-Viet, B Nguyen-Thanh, BB Thi, ...
International Livestock Research Institute, 2019
|Beyond numbers: Determining the socioeconomic and livelihood impacts of African Swine Fever and its control in the Philippines|
TL Cooper, D Smith, MJC Gonzales, MT Maghanay, S Sanderson, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 1678, 0
|Final Report: Developing a Regional African Swine Fever Socioeconomic and Livelihood Impact Assessment Framework|
D Smith, T Cooper
|One Health Ethics: The need for policy before research and action|
TL Cooper, Y Kirino, S Alonso, J Lindahl, NTH Le, D Grace
The 4th International One Health Congress & The 6th Biennal Conference of …, 2016
|The role of veterinary science in international development|
|Veterinary communication for development|
International Livestock Research Institute, 2014
|Je, nini kinachoua ng’ombe wangu? Visual aid for seeking informed consent on ‘What is killing my cow?’project, Tanzania|
TL Cooper, JW Wakhungu, T Hall