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(5WCCS) "Call for Abstracts" is now open: 5th World Congress of Clinical Safety
International Association of Risk Management in Medicine (IARMM)
Sunday, February 07, 2016.

(5WCCS) "Call for Abstracts" is now open

5th World Congress of Clinical Safety

Theme: Smart Hospitals and Healthcare: Health Care Management & Leadership, Risk, Quality, and Productivity.

Date: 21(Wed) - 23(Fri), September 2016

Place: Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, Harvard University Medical School, Boston, USA

Homepage: http://www.iarmm.org/5WCCS/ (Note-One Health Initiative team/website logo/link posted: supports & encourages attendance)

Abstract submission period:

     (A presenter who doesn't need USA Visa)

                      From 1st February 2016 to 31st May 2016

     (A presenter who needs USA Visa)

                      From 1st February 2016 to 31st April 2016

Please transfer this news for your colleagues around the world.

(Flyer) http://www.iarmm.org/5WCCS/(Flyler)5WCCS_Boston.pdf

                                                                                                                                                                               

Provided by:

International Association of Risk Management in Medicine (IARMM)

Head Office: 4-7-12-102 Hongo, Bunkyoku, Tokyo, 113-0033, JPN

E-mail: 5wccs@iarmm.org

(Tel/Fax) +81-3-3817-6770

(Homepage) www.iarmm.org


Landmark Global Health/One Health Book Review: “Population Health and Well-Being in the 21st Century: Toward New Paradigms, Policy, and Practice” (copyright 2016)”
George R. Lueddeke, PhD
Saturday, January 30, 2016.

Oxford Public Health—The magazine of the Oxford Public Health Network: February 2016 Issue

Landmark Global Health/One Health Book Review:

 Population Health and Well-Being in the 21st Century: Toward New Paradigms, Policy, and Practice” (copyright 2016)” Author, George R. Lueddeke, PhD

Important Book review

By [Physician], Behrooz Behbod, MB ChB MSc ScD MFPH [http://www.oxfordpublichealth.com/about/]

Founder, Oxford Public Health Ltd

www.oxfordpublichealth.com

Note: Permission to post in advance on One Health Initiative website graciously granted by Dr. Behbod (January 13, 2016)

SEE ‘PAGE 6’ http://issuu.com/oxfordpublichealth/docs/oxph_magazine_issue_3_feb2016/7?e=19297810/33133868 in http://www.oxfordpublichealth.com/magazine/


The One Health Newsletter, Volume 8, Issue 4 Published Today – January 26, 2016
A product of the University of Florida (Emerging Pathogens Institute)—USA
Tuesday, January 26, 2016.

The One Health Newsletter, Volume 8, Issue 4 Published Today – January 26, 2016

http://epi.ufl.edu/onehealth/news/one-health-newsletter/ and/or http://media.news.health.ufl.edu/misc/egh/One%20Health%20Newsletter/OHNL_Vol8_Issue4.pdf

This quarterly newsletter is dedicated to enhancing the integration of animal, human, and environmental health for the benefit of all by demonstrating One Health in practice.

SEE Attached PDF

A product of the University of Florida (Emerging Pathogens Institute)—USA 


One Health, One Aquaculture – Aquaculture under One Health Umbrella
Journal of Marine Biology and Aquaculture – Open Access
Monday, January 25, 2016.

Journal of Marine Biology and Aquaculture – Open Access

Letter to Editor

One Health, One Aquaculture – Aquaculture under One Health Umbrella

Lissandra Souto Cavalli*, Kelly Cristina Tagliari de Brito, Benito Guimarães de Brito

Technical Innovation Laboratory, Fepagro Animal Health, Brazil

*Corresponding Author: Cavalli, L.S. , Technical Innovation Laboratory, Fepagro Animal Health, Brazil. Tel: (55) 5134813711; E-mail: liscavalli@gmail.com

Abstract

The One Health concept applied to aquaculture include many aspects involving animal, human and environmental health, political, economic and social developments. Here we highlight the aspects associated with occupational health in aquaculture within the concept of One Health. From a public health perspective, the aquaculture industry could uses the One Health approach to prevent and control occupational diseases in aquaculture workers. We propose to bring the One health concept for aquaculture in order of prevent and control health and safety hazards for workers in aquaculture.

See Attached PDF

 


35 Prominent U.S. and international individual and organizational One Health Endorsements (multidisciplinary) – June 2011 to January 2016
One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono Team
Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

January 19, 2016

35 Prominent U.S. and international individual and organizational One Health Endorsements (multidisciplinary) – June 2011 to January 2016

SEE attachment

Provided by One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono Team:

Laura H. Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP ▪ Bruce Kaplan, DVM ▪ Thomas P. Monath, MD ▪ Jack Woodall, PhD ▪ Lisa A. Conti, DVM, MPH


A Practical One Health aphorism
January 2016 One Health Initiative team message with powerful demonstrable, documented evidence
Sunday, January 17, 2016.

January 2016 One Health Initiative team message with powerful demonstrable, documented evidence:

A Practical One Health aphorism

 

One Health implementation will help protect and/or save untold millions of lives in our generation and for those to come.

 

See attachment


Book review to appear soon in: Oxford Public Health Magazine, Issue 3, page 6
Thursday, January 14, 2016.

Book review to appear soon in: Oxford Public Health Magazine, Issue 3, page 6, available at www.oxfordpublichealth.com/magazine - See attached PDF

 

Global Population Health and Well-Being in the 21st Century: Toward New Paradigms, Policy and Practice (Springer Publishing, New York, 2016)

Author: George R Lueddeke PhD [http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/221215%20GL%20Short%20Bio.pdf]

A must read for public health, clinical, and social care students, teachers, and practitioners alike, including case studies to provide a thorough and up-to-date account of the past, present, and future of global public health. Dr Lueddeke effectively highlights the ingenuity gap between today’s wicked problems and their potential solutions, with a timely emphasis on the concepts of ‘planetary health’ and ‘integrative ecological public health’. Following on from the four “waves” of public health interventions in developed nations, including water/sanitation (first), medical and scientific breakthroughs (second), the welfare state and social security (third), and the current focus on systems thinking, risk factors, and lifestyle (fourth), there is now an emerging need for the “Fifth Wave” interventions that require complex adaptive systems thinking. Dr Lueddeke presents a manifesto for collective public health action through the ‘One Health’ movement, recognising the inter-dependencies in the health of people, other animals and the environment we live in. One of the main aims of the book is to support the implementation of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs).

This book describes part of the solution being the development of an effective public health workforce through innovations in education and training, offering a proposal for Centers of One Health Excellence (COHE) worldwide.

Our mission at Oxford Public Health is aligned closely with many of the compelling concepts in this very informative and groundbreaking read.

[Physician], Dr Behrooz Behbod, MB ChB MSc ScD MFPH [http://www.oxfordpublichealth.com/about/]

Founder, Oxford Public Health Ltd

www.oxfordpublichealth.com

 

Note: Permission to post in advance on One Health Initiative website graciously granted by Dr. Behbod (January 13, 2016)


Toward the formation of a Companion Animal Parasite Council for the Tropics (CAPCT) – May 2015
Tuesday, January 12, 2016.

A multidisciplinary (“One Health”) proposal still worth considering...

Parasites & Vectors Journal – Open Access

Toward the formation of a Companion Animal Parasite Council for the Tropics (CAPCT) – May 2015

http://www.parasitesandvectors.com/content/8/1/271

“Towards a solution

We propose formation of the Companion Animal Parasites Council for the Tropics (CAPCT). The CAPCT will consist of regional (e.g. Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Caribbean, Africa) experts comprising academic veterinarians, parasitologists, physicians and allied industry partners that will work together to inform, guide and make best-practice recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and control of companion animal parasites in the tropics, with the aim of protecting animal and human health. The organization will seek input through close collaboration with the practicing veterinarians, medical and public health professions, regional government and non-for-profit bodies. In addition to biannual meetings, the Council will organize veterinary and public outreach events in each region to facilitate transfer of knowledge through local lectures, workshops, symposia within local conferences and webinars to primary stakeholders such as veterinarians and breeders. General and region-specific recommendations for the treatment and control of companion animal parasites will be developed and made available through a dedicated, freely accessible website.

 

Note:  Corresponding co-author, Dr. Filipe Dantas-Torres [MV, MSc, DSc, PhD, FRES, Dipl EVPC], is a longstanding One Health supporter http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/supporters.php.

 

For a more broad spectrum ‘One Health’ and parasitology consideration, August 2009, see: http://www.parasitesandvectors.com/content/pdf/1756-3305-2-36.pdf.


Global Solutions to Regional Challenges: Bridging the One Health Divide in the Caribbean
One Health Volume 2, December 2016, Pages 8–10, Open Access
Friday, January 08, 2016.

One Health Volume 2, December 2016, Pages 8–10, Open Access

Global Solutions to Regional Challenges: Bridging the One Health Divide in the Caribbean

See http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.onehlt.2015.11.003

Provided by:

A. Lee Willingham, BSc, DVM, PhD

Associate Dean for Research and Postgraduate Studies

Director of One Health Center for Zoonoses and Tropical Veterinary Medicine

Professor of One Health

Institutional Officer

Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine

www.rossu.edu/veterinary-school


Duke has two immediate One Health openings for talented researchers interested in zoonotic diseases
Duke Medical
Wednesday, January 06, 2016.

Duke has two immediate openings for talented researchers interested in zoonotic diseases

 ·         One Health research analyst/study coordinator (masters level or higher to work at Duke University) – See attached

·         One Health US postdoctoral fellow to work with our five other fellows in Mongolia – See http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/FY16%20Duke%20US%20citizen%20postdoctoral%20position%20PD%20replacement.pdf

 Provided by:

 

Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH, FIDSA

Duke Medicine

Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Global Health Institute, & Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University

DUMC Box 102359, Durham, NC 27710

Tel: +1-919-684-1032

Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore

Professor, Program in Emerging Infectious Diseases

8 College Road, Singapore 169857

Tel: +65-16-7666

Duke Kunshan University, China

Professor, Global Health

No. 8 Duke Avenue, Kunshan, Jiangsu, China 215316

Tel: +86-400-892-0508


 
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