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5th Annual One Health Symposium - November 3, 2018
UC Davis - One Health Institute (USA)
Tuesday, September 25, 2018.

Continuing Education

 

5th Annual One Health Symposium – November 3, 2018

SEE for complete information: https://www2.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/ce/symposia_and_events/one_health/onehealth2018.cfm


One Health Research Foundation Gains 501(c)(3) Status
American Veterinarian
Monday, September 24, 2018.
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One Health Research Foundation Gains 501(c)(3) Status
“The One Health Research Foundation aims to be recognized as a premier charitable organization that promotes and advances a One Health, ...

 


Images for One Health/One Health Initiative
Friday, September 21, 2018.

Images for one health initiative

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One Health Happenings! - September 18, 2018
One Health Commission
Wednesday, September 19, 2018.

 

One Health Commission

September 18, 2018

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Preventing the Next Pandemic
UC Davis - One Health Institute (USA), PREDICT and CDC
Tuesday, September 18, 2018.
 
Preventing the Next Pandemic
Brian Bird, now with the UC Davis One Health Institute and PREDICT project, worked in such treatment centers as part of the Centers for Disease ...

 


University of Georgia (USA) - One Health Division, 'Promoting and expanding a vision of optimal health for people, animals and our environment'
Friday, September 14, 2018.

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One Health Division - ‘Promoting and expanding a vision of optimal health for people, animals and our environment.’

https://onehealth.uga.edu/


British vet[erinarian] wins top research award for breakthrough anaesthetic [propofol]
Thursday, September 13, 2018.

Medical research

British vet[erinarian] wins top research award for breakthrough anaesthetic [propofol]

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/sep/11/john-glen-wins-lasker-award-anaesthetic-propofol

http://www.laskerfoundation.org/media/filer_public/6f/c5/6fc57545-da5e-4fa7-a710-9a809932cb56/2018_awards_press_release.pdf

Note: Propofol is a short-acting medication that results in a decreased level of consciousness and lack of memory for events. It is marketed as Diprivan among others and is one of the most widely used anaesthetics in the world. Its uses include the starting and maintenance of general anesthesia, sedation for mechanically ventilated adults, and various procedural sedations.


Goddard Forum's inaugural Pa. One Health Symposium focuses on zoonotic diseases - September 7, 2018
The inaugural Pennsylvania One Health Symposium
Tuesday, September 11, 2018.

Goddard Forum's inaugural Pa. One Health Symposium focuses on zoonotic diseases

September 7, 2018

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A unique gathering of physicians, veterinarians, ecologists and conservationists took place in Hershey recently with the goal of improving human, animal, plant and ecosystem health in Pennsylvania. The inaugural Pennsylvania One Health Symposium, which focused on zoonotic diseases — infectious diseases that are caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi spread between animals and people — was sponsored by the Maurice K. Goddard Chair in Forestry and Environmental Resource Conservation in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.

Lead speakers at the symposium were Dr. Laura Kahn, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University; Jack Shere, chief veterinary officer, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Peter Hudson, Verne M. Willaman  Professor of Biology and director of the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences at Penn State; and James Holt, Pennsylvania Animal Health and Diagnostic Commission member. ...

 Read complete at https://news.psu.edu/story/535220/2018/09/07/impact/goddard-forums-inaugural-pa-one-health-symposium-focuses-zoonotic


Journal of Animal Genetics, Transgenesis and Zoonoses (JAGTZ)
Saturday, September 08, 2018.

Journal of Animal Genetics, Transgenesis and Zoonoses (JAGTZ) http://www.lidsen.com/journals/jagtz is an international peer-reviewed Open Access journal that publishes novel studies, opinions and reviews to advance the science of animal genetics, transgenesis, zoonoses and aquaculture, using a multidisciplinary approach and methods involving genetics, genomics, microbiology, virology, bacteriology, parasitology, immunology, epidemiology, transgenic and genome edited animals, etc. Research and discussions that promote the "One Health" concept are greatly welcome. JAGTZ covers studies on all species including domestic animals, wildlife and aquatic animals. 

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Animal Genetics: molecular genetics; immunogenetics; molecular biology; functional genomics; mapping of genes, traits and QTLs; genetic diversity of economically important and/or domesticated animals. 

  • Transgenesis: transgenic and genome editing of economically important and domesticated animals; cloning; breeding of domestic and aquatic animals; physiology, biochemistry, development genomics, genetics behavior, and exploitation of transgenic animals.

  • Zoonoses: pathogenesis, etiology, diagnosis, immunology, epidemiology and control of bacterial, viral, parasitic, mycotic diseases; veterinary and public health; comparative medicine; modeling; monitor and regulatory systems and policies; One Health

    JAGTZ will provide a valuable forum for cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques in the areas of animal genetics, transgenic technology and zoonotic diseases. JAGTZ publishes research articles, reviews, communications, case reports, opinion articles, comments, short notes, book reviews, etc. Authors should present their results as outlined in the section Instructions for Authors. Manuscripts should advance the scientific knowledge and be authored by scientists with expertise in the areas described above.


Establishing research priorities to improve the one Health efficacy of Australian general practitioners [physicians] and veterinarians with regard to zoonoses: A modified Delphi survey
Friday, September 07, 2018.

Establishing research priorities to improve the one Health efficacy of Australian general practitioners and veterinarians with regard to zoonoses: A modified Delphi survey

Steele, SG, Booy, R & Mor, SM (2018) Establishing research priorities to improve the one Health efficacy of Australian general practitioners and veterinarians with regard to zoonoses: A modified Delphi survey, One Health https://doi.org/10.1016/j.onehlt.2018.08.001

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352771418300235?via%3Dihub

Abstract

While general medical practitioners (GPs) and veterinarians are often the first line responders in the face of a disease outbreak, pathways to improving the One Health efficacy of these clinicians remain unclear. A two-phase modified Delphi survey of professionals with known expertise in One Health (‘expert panel’) was used to 1) identify key knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAPs) of GPs and veterinarians that would be consistent with a One Health approach to zoonoses; and 2) determine priorities for future surveys with Australian GPs and veterinarians to identify important gaps that impede effective diagnosis and management of zoonoses. A list of 13 topics/sub-topics, as well as a list of 25 specific zoonotic diseases/agents emerged from the first phase of the survey. In the second phase the expert panel identified general knowledge of the clinical aspects and epidemiological aspects of zoonoses, as well as risk management practices, as the most important KAPs and research priorities for both GPs and veterinarians. In terms of diseases, the expert panel regarded knowledge of Hendra virus, Q fever, Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV), anthrax and Brucella suis most important for veterinarians, whilst for GPs, Q fever, gastrointestinal/foodborne diseases, influenza, ABLV and local vector-borne diseases were found to be most important by the expert panel. Some differences were noted in terms of prioritization of topics/sub-topics and diseases/agents according to expert background (veterinary and non-veterinary). The Delphi survey technique enabled efficient collection of data from a diverse range of One Health ‘experts’/specialists and provided clear priorities for proposed future research, and potentially for educational interventions to improve One Health efficacy of clinicians.


 
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