National Significant Disease Investigation Program
The National Significant Disease Investigation Program (NSDIP) provides funding to veterinary practitioners to investigate and report on significant disease events in wildlife and livestock. The NSDI Program is managed nationally by Animal Health Australia (AHA).
In Queensland, subsidies are available to veterinary practitioners who investigate and report on significant disease incidents in wildlife.
Disease investigation subsidies
Disease investigation subsidies are available for:
- field or clinical work (e.g. clinical evaluation and/or necropsy, collection of diagnostic samples)
- laboratory diagnostic work
- follow-up field investigation, if required.
You are eligible to participate in the program if you are a registered non-government veterinarian engaged in clinical veterinary medicine, including in:
- university clinics
- zoos and wildlife parks.
How to apply
To apply for funding for wildlife disease investigations, contact Wildlife Health Australia:
- Phone: (02) 9960 6333 during business hours, Monday to Friday
- Email: email@example.com
- Last reviewed: 21 Jun 2023
- Last updated: 21 Jun 2023