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U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Announce Scientific Meeting of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System
Thursday, September 21, 2017.

U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Announce  Scientific Meeting of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System

https://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/NewsEvents/CVMUpdates/ucm576493.htm  

September 20, 2017

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with its National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System partners, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & the United States Department of Agriculture, will be holding the 2017 Scientific Meeting of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS). The purpose of this public meeting will be to summarize NARMS progress since the last public meeting in 2014, present recommendations made by the recent FDA Science Board review of NARMS in 2017, and to explore new possible directions for NARMS within a One Health paradigm.

The public meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 24 and Wednesday, October 25, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s South Building, in the Jefferson Auditorium, 14th & Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20250.

Online advance registration for the public meeting is mandatory for in-person attendance and attendees must register by October 10 2017. On-site registration will not be permitted.

For registration instructions, information about special accommodations due to a disability, or to learn more about oral presentation opportunities at the meeting, visit our public meeting webpage. A meeting agenda will also be posted to the site when it is available. ...

 


Viruses Would Rather Jump to New Hosts Than Evolve With Them
Quanta Magazine
Wednesday, September 20, 2017.

Quanta Magazine Viruses Would Rather Jump to New Hosts Than Evolve With Them September 13, 2017

The discovery that viruses move between species unexpectedly often is rewriting ideas about their evolutionary history — and may have troubling implications for the threat from emerging diseases.

https://www.quantamagazine.org/viruses-would-rather-jump-to-new-hosts-than-evolve-with-them-20170913/


Harvey and Irma present nearly perfect conditions for Zika-spreading mosquitoes
Sunday, September 17, 2017.

 

Harvey and Irma present nearly perfect conditions for Zika-spreading mosquitoes [Google Alert]

http://www.pressrepublican.com/cnhi_network/harvey-and-irma-present-nearly-perfect-conditions-for-zika-spreading/article_c95515c0-7b8c-5901-b156-ef2893117b5a.html

Plattsburgh Press Republican

 

By Dr. Gerald W. Parker | Associate Dean For Global One Health, College of ... This presents a special kind of public health challenge in the wake of the ...

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Dr. Gerald W. Parker, http://vetmed.tamu.edu/news/press-releases/texas-am-appoints-dr-gerald-parker-as-associate-dean-of-global-one-health is Associate Dean For Global One Health, College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences; and Director, Pandemic and Biosecurity Policy Program, Scowcroft Institute for International Affairs, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University , Christine Crudo Blackburn, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University , and Morten Wendelbo, Policy Sciences Lecturer, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University

 


Hurricane Irma potentially spawns 'zoonoses'
Trinidad News - NewsDay
Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
 
Hurricane Irma potentially spawns 'zoonoses'
Asked why the One Health approach is ideal in reducing the risk of zoonoses outbreaks, Charles-Ayinde said this is because One Health combines ...
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A system dynamics approach to understanding the One Health concept
PLOS One Journal - September 6, 2017
Saturday, September 09, 2017.

A system dynamics approach to understanding the One Health concept

Tai Xie,  Wenbao Liu, Benjamin D. Anderson,  Xiaorong Liu,  Gregory C. Gray

PLOS

Published: September 6, 2017 https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0184430 

  • “As a milestone in the history of One Health, the symbolic umbrella' [http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/OneHealth2], developed by One Health Sweden in cooperation with the One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono Team, illustrates the broad One Health scope.  According to the `umbrella', the goal of One Heath is to promote a worldwide strategy for the well-being in all aspects of health of people, animals and the environment.

     

    Abstract

    There have been many terms used to describe the One Health concept, including movement, strategy, framework, agenda, approach, among others. However, the inter-relationships of the disciplines engaged in the One Health concept have not been well described. To identify and better elucidate the internal feedback mechanisms of One Health, we employed a system dynamics approach. First, a systematic literature review was conducted via searches in PubMed, Web of Knowledge, and ProQuest with the search terms: ‘One Health’ and (concept* or approach*). In addition, we used the HistCite® tool to add significant articles on One Health to the library. Then, of the 2368 articles identified, 19 were selected for evaluating the inter-relationships of disciplines engaged in One Health. Herein, we report a visually rich, theoretical model regarding interactions of various disciplines and complex problem descriptors engaged in One Health problem solving. This report provides a conceptual framework for future descriptions of the interdisciplinary engagements involved in One Health.

     

    See: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0184430


What is the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Preventionís (CDC) Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) Call?
Friday, September 08, 2017.

 What is the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) Call?

“Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) is a one-hour monthly conference call and webinar hosted by CDC’s One Health Office.”

Please see attachment for explanation.


One Health: a ray of hope
Cheryl Stroud, DVM, PhD, Executive Director, One Health Commission
Wednesday, September 06, 2017.

One Health: a ray of hope

By Cheryl Stroud, DVM, PhD, Executive Director, One Health Commission, cstroud@onehealthcommission.org

http://www.paneuropeannetworks.com/science-technology/one-health-a-ray-of-hope/

  https://www.onehealthcommission.org/en/eventscalendar/one_health_day/


One Health approach to tackle antimicrobial resistance in South East Asia
British Medical Journal 2017 Editorial
Wednesday, September 06, 2017.

One Health approach to tackle antimicrobial resistance in South East Asia

British Medical Journal 2017 Editorial; 358 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j3625 (Published 05 September 2017) Cite this as: BMJ 2017;358:j3625

 

“Multisectoral action is essential to control the problem”…  “The collection also highlights priorities for action, including successful implementation of the One Health approach and a stronger surveillance system.”

 

http://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j3625


Renowned Physician Interventional Cardiologist Endorses One Health Concept
Tuesday, September 05, 2017.

 

Renowned Physician Interventional Cardiologist Endorses One Health Concept

The One Health Concept: How Multidisciplinary Training and Collaboration Leads to Major Advances in Health Care

A One Health endorsement message from Gary S. Roubin, BVSc. (Hons.), MB, BS., PhD, MD, FRACP, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI

Cardiovascular Associates of the Southeast Birmingham, Alabama

“The One Health, One Medicine philosophy of multidisciplinary collaboration has the extraordinary

potential to expand scientific knowledge and innovation in health care. This collaboration can improve the longevity and quality of life for millions of patients. There is marked synergy between animal and human health. The way scientific collaboration between the Veterinary and the Medical community can improve patient care is well illustrated by the development of the First Balloon Expandable Coronary Stent. *

The writer was fortunate to have completed a 5-year Veterinary Medical Degree followed 1-year later by a 5-year Medical Degree at the University of Queensland, Australia. Following clinical training that culminated in specialist qualifications in Cardiovascular Diseases, he completed his education with a PhD in Cardiac Hemodynamics at Sydney University, Australia.

A National Heart Foundation Fellowship took him to Emory University in Atlanta Georgia USA to work with Professor Andreas Gruentzig – the pioneer of Coronary Balloon Angioplasty. Coronary angioplasty was plagued by the shortcoming abrupt vessel collapse and closure complicating this potentially valuable procedure.

The writer’s multidisciplinary skills facilitated successful research in multiple animal species and disease models. He collaborated closely with fellow veterinarians at Emory University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. This work culminated in the development of the first balloon expandable coronary stent and first FDA approved coronary stent in 1994. The innovative, early clinical work and the scientific foundation of the preclinical animal studies was the underpinning for a medical procedure that has been used in hundreds of millions of patients since its introduction. Coronary stenting revolutionized coronary intervention - saving lives in patients with unstable coronary syndromes and improving quality of life in countless others.

Utilizing his multidisciplinary Veterinary and Medical skills the writer has gone on to develop devices for

stenting of the carotid artery, embolic protection filters for the brain and devices for closing large bore access punctures in arteries.

There can be no doubt about the unique potential for the One Health Model for Multidisciplinary Training and Collaboration.”

*The First Balloon-Expandable Coronary Stent: An expedition that Changed Cardiovascular

Medicine.: Roubin, Gary: University of Queensland Press 2014

[https://www.amazon.com/First-Balloon-Expandable-Coronary-Stent-Cardiovascular-ebook/dp/B00QEGEQXG]

 

Gary S. Roubin, MD, PhD

(917) 217 6070.
garyroubin@aol.com

Medical Director

Cardiovascular Associates of the Southeast

3980 Colonnade Parkway

Birmingham. AL 35243 groubin@cvapc.com

(205) 5105000

Provided by Dr. Gary S. Roubin to the One Health Initiative team’s website September 4, 2017 via Bruce Kaplan, DVM https://goo.gl/XwQMfw, and Peter G. Anderson, DVM, PhD, University of Alabama (USA) School of Medicine http://apps.medicine.uab.edu/FacultyDirectory/FacultyData.asp?FID=19493.  

Note: Dr. Roubin and his colleagues’ notable One Health achievement, i.e. development of the First Balloon-Expandable Coronary Stent, was first reported by the One Health Initiative team in the One Health Initiative website February 9, 2010 https://goo.gl/xjnr9Z.


Rare Emerging Disease Claims Texas Girlís Leg: PCR Plus Sequencing Identified Culprit
American Society for Microbiology
Sunday, September 03, 2017.

A rare but notable “One Health” example:

American Society for MicrobiologyRare Emerging Disease Claims Texas Girl’s Leg: PCR Plus Sequencing Identified Culprit

“...says coauthor Brad T. Cookson [MD, PhD http://depts.washington.edu/labweb/Faculty/cookson_brad.htm] of the University of Washington. “I would add that medical care currently offers patients something very special - our report demonstrates the vitality and utility of collaborative, transdisciplinary approaches for solving challenging medical problems.”

https://www.asm.org/index.php/88-news-room/journal-tipsheets/1190-tip0412b

S. J. Salipante, D. R. Hoogestraat, D. J. SenGupta, D. Murphey, K. Panayides, E. Hamilton, I. Castañeda-Sánchez, J. Kennedy, P. W. Monsaas, L. Mendoza, K. Stephens, J. J. Dunn, and B. T. Cookson. 2012. Molecular Diagnosis of Subcutaneous Pythium insidiosum Infection by Use of PCR Screening and DNA Sequencing. J. Clin. Microbiol. 50:1480-1483

See a few general references:

http://www.merckvetmanual.com/generalized-conditions/fungal-infections/oomycosis

http://www.petmd.com/dog/conditions/infectious-parasitic/c_multi_pythiosis

https://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Pythium_insidiosum


 
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