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ONE HEALTH Engaging in a Multidisciplinary Approach - Dr. Bernadette Dunham
BIO International Convention - One Health Day
Thursday, June 07, 2018.

 ONE HEALTH Engaging in a Multidisciplinary Approach

Comments by

Bernadette Dunham, DVM, PhD

Milken Institute School of Public Health

The George Washington University

For the

BIO International Convention – One Health Day

June 4, 2018, Boston, MA

Dr. Dunham is a member of the One Health Initiative team’s Advisory Board http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/advBoard.php.

 

 SEE: attachment

and https://goo.gl/aDpWSH


Core Competencies in One Health Education: What Are We Missing?
National Academy of Medicine (NAM) Perspectives
Wednesday, June 06, 2018.

Core Competencies in One Health Education: What Are We Missing?

By Eri Togami, Jennifer L. Gardy, Gail R. Hansen, George H. Poste, David M. Rizzo, Mary E. Wilson, and Jonna A. K. Mazet

June 04, 2018 | Discussion Paper

https://nam.edu/core-competencies-in-one-health-education-what-are-we-missing/

Provided by:

V. Ayano Ogawa, S.M.

Program Officer

Board on Global Health | Health and Medicine Division

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001

Phone:  202.334.1349 

Academies logo-Jan 2017_email ONLY


Duke One Health - Virus hunters: One Health Bass Connections video of undergrads' work in Sarawak
Tuesday, June 05, 2018.

Duke One Health

Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI)

Virus hunters: One Health Bass Connections video of undergrads' work in Sarawak

https://sites.globalhealth.duke.edu/dukeonehealth/media/videos/


DUKE (USA) One Health Team News - Issue 3 June 2018
Sunday, June 03, 2018.

 

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ISSUE 3 June 2018

SEE Complete Newsletter issue attached https://mailchi.mp/6500e3465e8f/duke-ne-health-team-news  


Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security - "...with explicit incorporation of a One Health approach..."
Friday, June 01, 2018.

Worth Repeating...

 

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Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security find that a potential global catastrophic risk-level pandemic pathogen will most likely have a respiratory mode of transmission.

 

“... Cultivating and maintaining expertise in the epidemiology, surveillance, and pathogenicity of all classes of microbes, with explicit incorporation of a One Health approach—which incorporates and integrates information from infectious diseases of plants, amphibians, and reptiles—will help foster the flexible and robust capacity needed for pandemic preparedness and GCBR work. ...”

http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/pubs_archive/pubs-pdfs/2018/180510-pandemic-pathogens-report.pdf


Innovation in animal health: Sifting the tangible actions from the political ideas
Wednesday, May 30, 2018.

Google Alert...

Innovation in animal health: Sifting the tangible actions from the political ideas

In this respect, the recent own-initiative 'Report on the European One Health Action Plan Against AMR' drafted by MEP Karin Kadenbach, calls for ...
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GLOBAL PANDEMIC PATHOGEN: Characteristic, host factors – Outbreak News release today...
Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Health Security logo

 

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security find that a potential global catastrophic risk-level pandemic pathogen will most likely have a respiratory mode of transmission.

 

“... Cultivating and maintaining expertise in the epidemiology, surveillance, and pathogenicity of all classes of microbes, with explicit incorporation of a One Health approach—which incorporates and integrates information from infectious diseases of plants, amphibians, and reptiles—will help foster the flexible and robust capacity needed for pandemic preparedness and GCBR work. ...”

 

GLOBAL PANDEMIC PATHOGEN: Characteristic, host factors – Outbreak News release today...

Global pandemic pathogen: Characteristics, host factors - Outbreak News Today

and see http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/pubs_archive/pubs-pdfs/2018/180510-pandemic-pathogens-report.pdf

 

Recommendation 1: Preparedness against GCBR-level threats should have a focused approach with some flexibility.

Though the highest-ranked pandemic potential pathogens

were RNA viruses spread via the respiratory route, it is

important to distinguish between what is most likely and what

is possible. RNA viruses spread via the respiratory route merit

prioritization, but other classes of microbes, such as bacteria,

fungi, and protozoa, should not be dismissed.

 

Since RNA viruses that are spread via the respiratory route

have the characteristics that are most concerning in terms of

their ability to cause global catastrophic threats, surveillance,

science, and countermeasure development programs and

efforts should logically allocate significant resources to them.

Except for influenza and certain coronaviruses, this is largely

not the case. In addition, as we said above, other classes of

infections should not be ignored given their pandemic

potential characteristics.

 

Cultivating and maintaining expertise in the epidemiology,

surveillance, and pathogenicity of all classes of microbes, with

explicit incorporation of a One Health approach—which

incorporates and integrates information from infectious

diseases of plants, amphibians, and reptiles—will help foster

the flexible and robust capacity needed for pandemic

preparedness and GCBR work.


Old-World Virus, New Tricks: Inside Kerala’s Quest To Contain The Deadly Nipah Virus
Monday, May 28, 2018.

Old-World Virus, New Tricks: Inside Kerala’s Quest To Contain The Deadly Nipah Virus

SEE in full: https://www.huffingtonpost.in/2018/05/24/old-world-virus-new-tricks-inside-kerala-s-quest-to-contain-the-deadly-nipah-virus_a_23443118/

 

"...The animal health department is collecting samples of rats, bats and other species to find the Nipah reservoir host. Samples are being analyzed by the National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases in Bhopal.

"This is a very good example of the One Health approach, where animal and human health and public health, the administration, state government, central government all coming together and containing this outbreak," said Arunkumar of Manipal.

 

“... Almost three-fourths of all diseases that afflict humans originate in animals, and a new zoonosis has been emerging or re-emerging every year. SARS, MERS-CoV, Ebola and H5N1 have all sparked fear and cost the global economy tens of billions of dollars.

 

In the early 2000s, a trio of scientists in the U.S. recognized that animal and human health are intricately connected. They advocated for a "One Health" approach that integrates human health, animal health, agriculture and the environment to respond to and avoid outbreaks. Few nations have so far taken a pro-active approach to stopping animal-to-human transmission before they happen, according to various studies. Health systems, including India's, are focused instead on stopping pandemics, through quarantine, drugs and vaccines.

 

The animal health department is collecting samples of rats, bats and other species to find the Nipah reservoir host. Samples are being analyzed by the National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases in Bhopal.

 

Some aspects of the approach found takers in India in 2005 following an H5N1 avian flu outbreak. For the first time, animal, environment, wildlife and human health departments coordinated to monitor and develop avian influenza contingency plans. South Asia, and India in particular, is a hotspot for emerging and re-emerging zoonosis due to its tropical forests, high biodiversity, high poverty rate and a large number of people living in close proximity to animals.

 

Since then, the Indian government has been setting up a network of virus detection labs. With help from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it has set up more Biosafety Level- 3 and 4 labs where scientists can safely study the most dangerous viruses. ...”


TWO RECENT ‘One Health’ BENCHMARK COMMENTS FROM LEADING INTERNATIONAL PHYSICIAN ORGANIZATION & RESEARCH VIPs
Thursday, May 24, 2018.

TWO RECENT ‘One Health’ BENCHMARK COMMENTS FROM LEADING INTERNATIONAL PHYSICIAN ORGANIZATION & RESEARCH VIPs

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  Friday, May 11, 2018   9169B142   Dr. Garth Manning WONCA Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

 

 

WONCA (World Organization of Family Doctors [physicians]) Newsletter POSTs “One Health” member notice “WONCA http://www.globalfamilydoctor.com/ and One Health - “WONCA, the World Organisation of Family Doctors [physicians], now has over 118 Member Organizations in 131 countries and territories with membership of about 500,000 family doctors [physicians]"

 

WONCA is pleased to be associated with One Health, which is the collaborative efforts of multiple disciplines working locally, nationally, and globally to attain optimal health for people, animals, plants and our environment. ...”  Original notification to One Health Initiative team of WONCA support/endorsement of One Health in July 2015 https://goo.gl/NT8Aeu.  

 

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Friday, March 09, 2018

 

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….We have long embraced a one-health paradigm at NIAID, especially in the realm of emerging and re-emerging diseases, most of which are zoonoses and must be studied in the context of the ecosystems humans share with microbes, non-human hosts, vectors, reservoirs and other actors. Many of the research efforts about which I speak and write almost daily fall under the one health rubric… https://goo.gl/nKVbFF

 


ASM Partners with Smithsonian on “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World -reminds us of the relationships encompassed in the One Health concept
Sunday, May 20, 2018.

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ASM Partners with Smithsonian on “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World”

Written by Stefano Bertuzzi

ASM Partners with Smithsonian on “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World”

Go see the Smithsonian exhibit “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World,” which reminds us of the relationships encompassed in the One Health concept

Read more...

https://www.asm.org/index.php/ceo-blog/item/7287-asm-partners-with-smithsonian-on-outbreak-epidemics-in-a-connected-world


 
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