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DUKE (USA) One Health Team News - Issue 10 January 2019
Tuesday, January 01, 2019.

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ISSUE 10 January 2019

SEE: https://mailchi.mp/45f297d6e584/january-issue


6th International Symposium on One Health Research, Mongolia
Sunday, December 30, 2018.

Mongolia’s National Center for Zoonotic Diseases and Public Health Institute are organizing this event.

 

 

Mark your calendars! After five very successful meetings in Mongolia we are planning our 6th event:

__________________________________________________________________ 6th International Symposium on One Health Research, Mongolia September 18th-19th, 2019

 


Farmland should be protected from pipeline company ... a One Health approach
Saturday, December 29, 2018.
 
Farmland should be protected from pipeline company
As a veterinarian, I have been charged with the One Health Initiative. We are instructed to protect the health not only of our domestic animals and ...

 


Boston [Mass. - USA] researchers find link between dog-human antibiotic resistance
WCVB Boston
Thursday, December 20, 2018.

Boston researchers find link between dog-human antibiotic resistance

"We're increasingly understanding the idea of One Health," said Dr. Shira Doron, an infectious disease physician, associate hospital epidemiologist ...

HOH Helsinki One Health is a new network organization...RE: Academic Positions posted
Tuesday, December 18, 2018.

Assistant Professor / Associate Professor / Professor in Medication Safety and Effectiveness in ...

HOH Helsinki One Health is a new network organization, led by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and cooperated by four other faculties at the ...

“The University of Helsinki is an international scientific community of 40,000 students and researchers. It is one of the leading multidisciplinary research universities in Europe and ranks among the top 100 international universities in the world.

HOH Helsinki One Health is a new network organization, led by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and cooperated by four other faculties at the University of Helsinki, to co-ordinate research actions within the area of One Health. One Health is a globally emerging concept recognizing that the health of humans and animals is interconnected and that their populations share the essentials of life: the genome, disease causing organisms, health, welfare, and the environment. HOH Helsinki One Health involves different disciplines and professions to work together to resolve emerging health problems concerning human and animal populations worldwide. In addition to other profiling actions, HOH Helsinki One Health will host several tenure track professorships with their established research environments in years 2018-2022. Please see: https://www.helsinki.fi/en/one-health.

We invite applications for the position of an

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / PROFESSOR IN MEDICATION SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS IN HUMAN AND VETERINARY MEDICINE

Pharmacotherapies have dramatically evolved, and they form one of the most common interventions both in human and veterinary health care. The increasing complexity of therapeutic interventions is a significant challenge for medication safety and effectiveness worldwide in all care settings. High quality research applying front line methods is needed to identify and characterize novel hazards and find solutions for preventing and minimizing the risks. Novel methodologies are also needed to study effectiveness of pharmacotherapies, taking into account clinical, humanistic, economic and environmental outcomes.

The position is a joint position between the Faculty of Pharmacy and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The research, expertise and teaching field of the professorship is Medication Safety and Effectiveness in Human and Veterinary Medicine. Expertise in systems-based risk management and its application to pharmacotherapies are needed. Special emphasis will be paid on methodologies in medication safety and effectiveness research, including those in pharmacotherapy related risk management interventions, health technology, and the use of register data for various purposes relevant to the area of the position. The teaching will focus on advanced research methodologies at master and doctoral level in medication safety and effectiveness in a multidisciplinary environment within HOH Helsinki One Health network organization. ...”

Please read complete notice at: https://academicpositions.com/ad/university-of-helsinki/2018/assistant-professor-associate-professor-professor-in-medication-safety-and-effectiveness-in-human-and-veterinary-medicine-hoh-helsinki-one-health/122716



October 27-31, 2019: 30th Annual Conference of Rabies in Americas (RITA), Kansas City, Missouri (USA)
Sunday, December 16, 2018.

Rabies in the Americas (RITA)

 

Kansas State Rabies Laboratory will be hosting the 30th Annual Conference of Rabies in the Americas (RITA) in

Kansas City, Missouri (USA)

October 27-31, 2019

 

To learn more about the conference, please visit: www.rabiesintheamericas.org

 


International Efforts Critical to Global Fight Against Superbugs
Friday, December 14, 2018.

A One Health approach is essential...

International Efforts Critical to Global Fight Against Superbugs

Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria are one of the greatest global health challenges of our time. These increasingly resistant superbugs do not respect ...

One Health Series: The Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance
Friday, December 07, 2018.

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One Health Series: The Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance

National Institute For Animal Agriculture

December 5, 2018 12:37 PM

 
   

One Health Series: The Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance

Drovers Magazine

In 2001, *Dr. Laura Kahn was a student at Princeton University, pursuing a master's degree in public policy. Then, Sept. 11 changed her career.

One Health — The Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance

Princeton author says it’s time for physicians and veterinarians to join forces. ( National Institute for Animal Agriculture )

SEE: https://www.drovers.com/article/one-health-series-politics-antimicrobial-resistance

*Dr. Kahn is a co-founder of the One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono Team: Laura H. Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP ▪ Bruce Kaplan, DVM ▪ Thomas P. Monath, MD ▪ Lisa A. Conti, DVM, MPH


Public health risks associated with food]borne parasites
Wednesday, December 05, 2018.

EFSA

Scientific Opinion

Open Access First published: 04 December 2018 https://doi.org/10.2903/j.efsa.2018.5495

Public health risks associated with food]borne parasites

Abstract

Parasites are important food]borne pathogens. Their complex lifecycles, varied transmission routes, and prolonged periods between infection and symptoms mean that the public health burden and relative importance of different transmission routes are often difficult to assess. Furthermore, there are challenges in detection and diagnostics, and variations in reporting. A Europe]focused ranking exercise, using multicriteria decision analysis, identified potentially food]borne parasites of importance, and that are currently not routinely controlled in food. These are Cryptosporidium spp., Toxoplasma gondii and Echinococcus spp. Infection with these parasites in humans and animals, or their occurrence in food, is not notifiable in all Member States. This Opinion reviews current methods for detection, identification and tracing of these parasites in relevant foods, reviews literature on food]borne pathways, examines information on their occurrence and persistence in foods, and investigates possible control measures along the food chain. The differences between these three parasites are substantial, but for all there is a paucity of well]established, standardised, validated methods that can be applied across the range of relevant foods. Furthermore, the prolonged period between infection and clinical symptoms (from several days for Cryptosporidium to years for Echinococcus spp.) means that source attribution studies are very difficult. Nevertheless, our knowledge of the domestic animal lifecycle (involving dogs and livestock) for Echinoccocus granulosus means that this parasite is controllable. For Echinococcus multilocularis, for which the lifecycle involves wildlife (foxes and rodents), control would be expensive and complicated, but could be achieved in targeted areas with sufficient commitment and resources. Quantitative risk assessments have been described for Toxoplasma in meat. However, for T. gondii and Cryptosporidium as faecal contaminants, development of validated detection methods, including survival/infectivity assays and consensus molecular typing protocols, are required for the development of quantitative risk assessments and efficient control measures. ...

Read complete article at https://efsa.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.2903/j.efsa.2018.5495#.XAa6c4G--yc.facebook

 


Why People Should Care About Animal and Human Suffering
Psychology Today (blog)
Sunday, December 02, 2018.
 
Why People Should Care About Animal and Human Suffering
"The One Health approach is a way of looking at the world that helps humans to see and acknowledge that humans, other species, and the natural ...

 


 
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