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Survival--One Health, One Planet, One Future Book: expected release Sept19 2018 - Thursday, February 02, 2017

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http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/29.05.18%20Survival%20E-Flyer%20(12)%20(23)%20(1)%20(1)%20(1).pdf

Survival

One Health, One Planet, One Future

By George R. Lueddeke, PhD

 Currently expected released on 19 September, 2018


ONE HEALTH & FOOD SAFETY International Congress, Bonn, Germany September 18, 19, 2018 - Thursday, February 02, 2017

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ONE HEALTH & FOOD SAFETY INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

 

 

September 18, 19, 2018

 

BONN, GERMANY

 

For more information please visit: https://www.onehealth.uni-bonn.de/

 

To download the congress brochure, click HERE3.


Immuno Valley Annual Conference - Utrecht, The Netherlands - September 25, 2018 - Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Immuno Valley Annual Conference 

25 September 2018 in the Railway Museum, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

 

“Infectious and inflammatory diseases are two of today’s greatest medical challenges.
While great achievements have been made in combatting these diseases over the past century, worldwide humans and animals are still increasingly affected. This calls for new effective solutions!”

By building partnerships between public and private partners we strive to boost R&D programs developing new diagnostics, vaccines and therapeutics. At the Immuno Valley Annual Conference 2018 the latest scientific breakthroughs are presented, including innovative technologies and promising new products. 

 

Bringing together innovators in science, technology and business. Looking forward to meeting you !

See: https://mailchi.mp/8ec1f3fa7c6a/immuno-valley-update-q12018-1491461?e=0dc6132ca4


New book expected November 2018 -20% discount off with this flyer! - SURVIVAL: One Health, One Planet, One Future by George R. Lueddeke, PhD - Monday, January 30, 2017

http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/publications/24.05.18%20Survival%20E-Flyer%20(10).pdf  Collaborative One Health and Well-Being Initiatives

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Survival

One Health, One Planet, One Future

By George R. Lueddeke, PhD

Planet Earth has been here for over 4.5 billion years but in just two

human generations we have managed to place our only "home" at

great risk. Many lessons from history have not yet been learned and

new lessons may prove equally, if not more difficult, to take on board as

we head deeper into this century.

 

This book highlights two of our greatest social problems: changing the

way we relate to the planet and to each other, and confronting how we

use technology (dataism) for the benefit of humankind and the planet.

Covering a wide range of key topics, including environmental

degradation, modern life, capitalism, robotics, financing of war (vs

peace) and the pressing need to re-orient society toward a sustainable

future, the book contends that education is key to our survival. The

author argues that One Health - recognising the fundamental

interconnections of people, animals, plants, the environment - needs to

inform the UN-2030 Sustainable Development Goals and that we need

to work toward the adoption of a new mind-set: replacing our current

view of limitless resources, exploitation, competition and conflict with

one that respects the sanctity of life and strives toward well-being for

all, shared prosperity and social stability.

 

Clearly written, evidence-based and transdisciplinary, and including

contributions from the World Bank, Chatham House, UNESCO, World

Economic Forum, the Tripartite One Health Collaboration (FAO, OIE,

WHO), One Health Commission, and more, this book cuts across

sociopolitical, economic and environmental lines. It will be of great

interest to practitioners, academics, policy-makers, students, nongovernment

agencies and the public at large in both developed and

developing nations.

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website.

To request a copy for review, please complete our online form:

pages.email.taylorandfrancis.com/review-copy-request

For more information visit:

www.routledge.com/9781138093300

Provided courtesy of:

George Lueddeke, PhD 

Chair, One Health Education Task Force

(https://www.onehealthcommission.org/en/programs/one_health_education_task_force/)

The One Health Commission in association with the One Health Initiative

Chair, One Health Global Think Tank for Sustainable Health & Well-Being - 2030

Consultant in Higher and Medical Education

Southampton, United Kingdom SO40 4XG

Linked-In:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-george-lueddeke-4014b042/?ppe=1

Mob: +44 7538 162191


IMED 2018 Vienna, Austria November 9-12, 2018 - Sunday, January 15, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Colleague,

 

The 7th International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance, IMED 2018 will be held in Vienna, Austria from 9-12 November 2018. For those whose work deals with threats from infectious agents, IMED 2018 will once again bring leading scientists, clinicians and policy makers to Vienna to present new knowledge and breakthroughs and discuss how to discover, detect, understand, prevent and respond to outbreaks of emerging pathogens.

 

IMED 2018 Abstract Submissions are now open. Describe your work related to emerging diseases and surveillance for the opportunity to present it at the meeting and submit your abstract. Five sessions are reserved for oral abstract presentations.

 

ProMED and the International Society for Infectious Diseases look forward to welcoming you to Vienna.

 

Best regards,

Larry Madoff, MD

Co-chair, Scientific Program Committee

Director of Emerging Disease Surveillance, Editor ProMED                 

 

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IMED 2018 • Vienna, Austria • November 9-12, 2018
International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance

Event Information

  • Emerging infectious diseases in humans and animals and the "One Health" concept
  • Methods and models of disease surveillance, detection, and prediction
  • Lessons from the Zika epidemic
  • Emerging zoonoses and animal health threats
  • Biosecurity and agents of bioterrorism and biological warfare
  • Infections related to travel and migration of humans and animals
  • Advanced diagnostic technologies for emerging infectious diseases
  • Foodborne and waterborne pathogens
  • Specific disease threats: Nipah Virus; Pandemic, Avian, and Swine Influenza; Ebola, Yellow Fever, Lassa, and other Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers; MERS Coronavirus; Rift Valley Fever; antimicrobial-resistant pathogens; Anthrax; Cholera; healthcare-associated Infections, and others
  • December 3 & 4, 2018: ONE HEALTH APPROACH to GLOBAL CENTERS at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronz, New York - Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Global Health Center

One Health Approach

REGISTER!

 We are delighted to invite you to attend our upcoming conference Application of the One Health Approach to Global Health Centers.  This conference, the fifth in our biennial series, will be held on December 3rd and the morning of the 4th at Einstein and is being organized by the Einstein Global Health Center in collaboration with EcoHealth Alliance and the Future Earth oneHEALTH global research project. 

This conference builds on strong high-level support for One Health and Planetary Health, recognizing that implementation of inter-disciplinary approaches on the ground remains limited due to a wide range of competing priorities and a lack of awareness and involvement of certain communities.  While the veterinary medical community, and increasingly the public health community, have led One Health efforts to date, the human medical community has had limited engagement in One Health efforts, with few avenues articulated in terms of practical implications, opportunities, and benefits for involvement.

 The relevance of interdisciplinary approaches is increasingly recognized as we face significant health consequences associated with rapid and widespread environmental and anthropogenic change. The pursuit of human, veterinary, and environmental health separately leads to an incomplete understanding of disease risks, resulting in missed opportunities for mitigating and adapting to threats and impacts. Studies of physicians reveal limited awareness of the environmental health aspects of medical problems in the patient care setting, as well as low levels of awareness about prevention or treatment of zoonotic diseases, which may hinder timely diagnosis and epidemiological investigation. While there have been calls for training health professionals in systems thinking to better prepare them to face these issues, at present One Health education efforts in medical schools are in their infancy, lagging behind veterinary schools which have made One Health a central part of their curricula. Wider adoption of One Health approaches in clinical care will require educating and training health care providers in certain novel competencies.

We seek to bring representatives from the different areas of practice, often siloed, to discuss critical issues that are faced in order to focus more attention on the One Health approach and its application to both medical school curriculum and clinical practice. We believe this approach can be highly beneficial for the medical and global health communities in addressing infectious and non-infectious disease challenges, particularly as countries seek to operationalize One Health and other interdisciplinary approaches.  Our speakers represent such organizations as EcoHealth Alliance, NYC DOMH, CDC, World Bank, WHO, the Center for Disease Dynamics, NIAID Office of Biodefense Translational Resources, UC Davis One Health Institute, and Duke University, among others.

Registration link:  www.eeds.com/live/418145 

Tentative agenda 

See: http://www.einstein.yu.edu/centers/global-health/events/one-health-approach.aspx

Provided by:

Jill Raufman, MS, MPH

Director, Medical Student Global Health Programs
Associate Director, Global Health Center

Principal Associate, Department of Pathology

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

1300 Morris Park Avenue/Block 505/Bronx NY 10461
Phone: (718) 430-3518    Fax: (718) 430-2521
Email: jill.raufman@einstein.yu.edu   

Web: http://www.einstein.yu.edu/globalhealth


10th Annual CUGH Conference TRANSLATION and IMPLEMENTATION for Impact in Global Health - Chicago, IL. - March 8-10, 2019 - Sunday, January 01, 2017

CIRCULATE WIDELY!


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

2019 CUGH Conference
Translation and Implementation
for Impact in Global Health

At the Hilton Chicago Hotel
March 8-10, 2019
Satellite Sessions March 7, 2019

Join more than 1,800 global health faculty, students, implementers, and leaders from over 55 countries to explore the latest in global health and how academia, NGOs, government and the private sector can translate and implement the global health challenges before us.
SUBMIT YOUR:

Panel Proposals
Database is Open.
Submissions Deadline: August 25, 2018

Abstract Proposals
Stay Tuned. Database will Open in Coming Weeks.
Submissions Deadline: August 25, 2018

Satellite Session Applications
Database is Open.
Applications Deadline: November 1, 2018

Please share this with your network of colleagues,
faculty, and students to prepare their submissions.

 

Conference Tracks / Subthemes
(March 8-10, 2018)

  • Governance, Human Rights, Ethics, Global Health Law, Violence, and Migration

  • Human Resources, Health Systems, Strengthening Public Institutions, Global Health Economics

  • Non-Communicable Diseases & Communicable Diseases

  • Planetary Health One Health, Environmental Health, Climate Change

  • Social Determinants of Health

  • Translation and Implementation Science

  • What Works/Doesn't Work: Examples of High Impact Development/Global Health/Environmental Programs

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6TH World One Health Congress - Edinburgh, Scotland, UK - June 15-18, 2020 - Thursday, December 01, 2016
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This short course on Global One Health aims to foster interdisciplinary thinking on the cutting edge of agricultural production, the food supply chain and nutritional and public health outcomes  (human, plant and animal) in the framework of a food systems approach.

For this summer school we welcome: Higher education and research: Master’s students in their final year, PhD-students, postdocs, researchers and teachers. Professionals: research & development, advisors, consulting, technical, support and public policy people both from industry and research centers.

Registration deadline: 30 July 2018!

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<Study> CWD prions can convert to human prions, at least in test tubes

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) prions extracted from cervids (such as deer, elk, and moose) can convert to human prions in the lab, but not efficiently. That's the takeaway from a study published last week in Emerging Infectious Diseases.

The study attempted to establish how and if CWD can be transmitted to humans if they consume infected cervid meat, which would make CWD a zoonotic illness similar to bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE, or "mad cow" disease). CWD has been detected in Europe, North America, and South Korea. More information

 


ARCHIVED EVENTS from March 15, 2010 to April 14... - Wednesday, September 08, 2010

 

Archived Events – Beginning March 15, 2010 to date …

 

ONE HEALTH FOCUS: March 15 - 17 National Institute of Animal Agriculture (NIAA) Annual Meeting March 15-17, 2010 Kansas City, Mo.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                           

February 1, 2010                                                                     

   847-838-2966   

Contact: Teres Lambert

tlambert@animalagriculture.org

 

 

One Health’s ‘What,’ ‘So What’ to Animal Agriculture
Focus of NIAA’s 2010 Annual Meeting

 

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO—“One Health” is a worldwide strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations and communications in all aspects of health care for humans and animals. Opening General Session speakers at the 2010 annual meeting of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, March 15-17, in Kansas City, Mo., will zero in on the “What?” and “So What?” of the One Health concept as these two questions relate to animal agriculture.

“NIAA’s Opening General Session speakers will look at how the One Health initiative and strategies shift the focus from surveillance to intervention and prevention and how challenges need to be faced collectively rather than in individual silos and disciplines,” states Dr. Tony Forshey, co-chair of NIAA’s Annual Meeting Planning Committee. “When individuals leave the Tuesday morning Opening General Session, they will be up to speed about One Health and its implications for animal agriculture.”

 

NIAA’s lineup of Opening General Session topics and speakers include:

·       “One World, One Health: The Global Food Basket,” Dr. Corrie Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP, University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine

·       “The Genesis of One Health: What It’s All About,” Dr. Roger Mahr, DVM, CEO, One Health Commission

·       "Past, Present and Future Veterinary Service's Roles in One Health," Dr. Joseph Annelli, One Health Coordinator, USDA/APHIS/Veterinary Services

·       “Environmental Health: How Does One Health Fit In?”, Jay Ellenberger, Deputy  Director, Environmental Protection Agency

·       “How Will One Health Impact Livestock Producers?”, Dr. Harry Snelson, DVM, American Association of Swine Veterinarians

·       “One Health in the Real World,” Dr. Billy Clay, DVM, MS, DABVT, AVMA Council on Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine, Vetta Consulting LLC

 

At the conclusion of the six Opening General Session presentations, the speakers will partake in a panel discussion and address questions from annual meeting attendees.

 

“We’re excited to have these highly qualified individuals talk about One Health so those of us involved in animal agriculture know as much as possible about this concept that has the attention of major medical organizations and health agencies and the endorsement of more than 400 prominent scientists, physicians and veterinarians worldwide,” Dr. Forshey states. “One Health is underway and gaining momentum. As such, we can either become knowledgeable and involved now or we can react to its impact on animal agriculture.”

 

Dr. Forshey adds that species-specific discussions surrounding One Health will take place during NIAA’s species-based committee meetings on Tuesday afternoon, March 16, and Wednesday, March 17. Species-based committees include Cattle, Swine, Poultry, Equine, and Sheep & Goat. Each committee meeting will have its own line-up of nationally recognized speakers and species-specific topics.

 

NIAA’s issue-based committee meetings on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday will address Animal Care, Animal Health Emergency Management, Animal Health and International Trade, Animal Production Food Safety and Security, Emerging Diseases, and Animal Identification and Information Systems.  

 

NIAA’s species committee meetings and issue-based committee meetings are open to NIAA members and non-members.

 

NIAA’s annual meeting will take place at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City, Mo., with a block of rooms reserved at a special nightly rate of $130/room, single or double occupancy. To receive this special rate, rooms must be reserved by Friday, Feb. 12, by calling 816-474-4400 and specifying that you are with the National Institute for Animal Agriculture.

 

A schedule of events for NIAA’s 2010 annual meeting, meeting registration, list of NIAA committees and hotel information are available at the NIAA website: www.animalagriculture.org.   Individuals are also welcome to call NIAA at (719) 538-8843.

 

The National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) is a non-profit, membership-driven organization that unites and advances animal agriculture—the beef, dairy, equine, goat, poultry, sheep and swine industries. NIAA is dedicated to programs that work towards the eradication of diseases that pose risk to the health of animals, wildlife and humans; promote a safe and wholesome food supply for our national and abroad; and promote best practices in environmental stewardship, animal health and well-being.  NIAA members represent producers, veterinarians, scientists, state and federal officials, and business executives.

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ZOONOTIC & VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE Workshop 2010 - Saturday, March 13, 2010

ZOONOTIC & VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE Workshop 2010

Hosted by the Washington State Department of Health :: Zoonotic Disease Program

Registration is now open!

Register now for the 2010 Zoonotic and Vector-borne Disease Workshops. The workshops will explore a variety of emerging zoonoses and zoonoses endemic in the state of Washington with focus on prevention and control. Experience the opportunity to network with professionals who are dedicated to reducing the public health impact of these diseases.

Tuesday, March 16

Moses Lake

9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Big Bend Community College

 

 

Friday, March 19

Tumwater

9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Labor and Industries Building

Register Online :: Agenda and Directions

Registration

Registration is free. Register online at the Washington Public Health Training Network (WAPHTN) Web site, https://fortress.wa.gov/doh/waphtn/class.asp.

For more details about the workshops, see http://www.doh.wa.gov/ehp/ts/zoo/workshop.htm which includes agenda, location, and driving directions.

If you experience difficulties registering, please contact the Washington State Department of Health – Zoonotic Disease Program at zd@doh.wa.gov or Cyndi Free at 360.236.3384.

Public Health - Always Working for a Safer and Healthier Washington

 


 

Symposium to examine emerging MRSA threat - Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine - March 20, 2010 - Friday, February 12, 2010

 Symposium to examine emerging MRSA threat - Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine - March 20, 2010

Columbus, OH - On Saturday, March 20, 2010 experts in infectious diseases and on MRSA in animals will convene a day-long symposium to explore the human and animal health threats posed by this emerging health problem. Health workers are aware that Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) can be transferred from person to person; they may be less aware of the risks posed to animals by human transmission, and may not know that animals can transfer the pathogen to humans.

Experts at the symposium will present a description of this pathogen and of other Methicillin-resistant Staphylococci, as well as offer a summary of their epidemiology and their impact on humans and animals. The symposium is targeted to both human health professionals and animal health professionals. This "One Health, One Medicine" approach to studying this pathogens offers a broader understanding of the impact of the diseases in the human health setting as well as veterinary setting.

The two featured keynote speakers are Dr. Scott Weese, recognized internationally for his work on MRSA in animals, and Dr. Paul Morley, an infectious diseases control expert. Dr. Weese will provide a worldwide MRSA update; Dr. Morley will describe handling MRSA cases to decrease the risk of diseases transmission in veterinary settings.

Registration for the symposium is available at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Veterinary Continuing Education. On-line registration requires establishing a log-in name and password. Cost for the full day meeting is $60 ($35 for students). Registration can also be mailed or faxed. A downloadable PDF of a brochure is also available. For more information and links to both methods of registration, please visit the Office of Veterinary Continuing Education web site.

About the College of Veterinary Medicine

The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine is ranked fifth in the nation among veterinary schools according to the 2008 U.S. News and World Report's "Best Graduate Schools." The college includes more than 1,000 faculty, staff and students in the Departments of Veterinary Biosciences, Veterinary Clinical Sciences, and Veterinary Preventive Medicine. The Veterinary Hospital is a comprehensive specialty referral center for veterinary practitioners and is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the world, with more than 30,000 large and small animal patients each year. In addition, the college operates a nationally-recognized large animal ambulatory practice and teaching unit in Marysville, OH and a Food Animal Health Research Program in Wooster at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. More information about the College of Veterinary Medicine.

 

UC DAVIS – School of Veterinary Medicine

One Health Project

'Frontiers in One Health Series'

MARCH 2010
Alonso Aguirre DVM MS PhD

Vice President Conservation Medicine Program Wildlife Trust
Wrote the book: Conservation Medicine: Ecological Health in Practice
The role epidemiology and the MPVM play in One Health

 

One Health: Improving Global Health by Building Bridges Between Human and Animal Health - Monday, March 29, 2010

One Health: Improving Global Health by Building Bridges Between Human and Animal Health

 

Tuesday, April 6th @ 4:30pm - 016 Robertson Hall – Princeton, N.J. (USA)

Sponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing

The One Health concept seeks to integrate human, animal, and ecosystem health in order to improve health for all species. Two leaders in the international One Health movement will present their work.

Panelists:

v      Joan Hendricks, VMD, PhD, Dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

v      Thomas Monath MD, Medical Virologist, and Partner, Pandemic and Biodefense Fund, Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers.

Dean Hendricks has been leading the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine since January 2006.  She is the founding director of the Veterinary Clinical Research Center and holds a secondary appointment as a professor of the Department of Medicine in UPenn’s School of Medicine. She earned her VMD and PhD from UPenn in 1979 and 1980, respectively.  She has a BS in biology and psychology from Yale University.

Dr. Monath received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College and his MD from Harvard Medical School.  He served in the US Army for 24 years in the uniformed services, and between 1973-1988, he was the Director, Division of Vector-Borne Viral Diseases, Centers for Disease Control, Fort Collins, CO and from 1989-1992, Chief, Virology Division, US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID).  He has received numerous awards and served as President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene from 2004-2005.

If you are interested in learning more about One Health please browse the One Health Initiative website at http://www.onehealthinitiative.com.

If you have questions about the Forum, please send me an email.

Laura H. Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP - lkahn@Princeton.EDU
Research Scholar

Program on Science and Global Security

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Princeton University

 

One Health Academy Guest Speaker and Dinner – Washington, D.C. (USA)

 

                      April 8, 2010 at 6 P.M.

 

Guest speaker -  Colonel Randall Larsen, USAF (Retired)


Founding Director of the  Institute for Homeland Security and

Executive Director of the Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism

(WMD Commission)                          

“Colonel Randall Larsen educates, enthralls, and inspires as he talks about leadership during troubled times. Colonel Larsen, the national security advisor at the Center for Biosecurity, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, is the author of Our Own Worst Enemy (Grand Central Publications, 2007). In addition, he is the co-producer and co-screenwriter of the movie, A Good War—the incredible true story of leadership that led to one of the greatest scientific and humanitarian achievements of all time. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and of the National Speakers Association. Since 2002, he has served as a CBS News consultant/on-camera analyst, and as co-host of a weekly, one-hour show on Federal News Radio in Washington DC.

 


Colonel Larsen’s articles have been published in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Post, Business Week, and Ripon Forum. In 2007, US News & World Report, Congressional Quarterly and the Washington Times carried in-depth profiles on Colonel Larsen. He is a frequent guest commentator on radio and television including: CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, BBC, NPR, Jim Lehrer News Hour, Fox News Channel, Larry King Live, and Oprah.
Please come and join us in conversation with Colonel Randall Larsen and our other colleagues in and outside of the beltway.
 
The cost of the special evening is $15 per person and includes dinner, discussion with colleagues, and networking. Drinks can be purchased with a credit card at the club. There is parking on the street or under Phillips restaurant. You can access directions at www.capitalyachtclub.com or Google Maps. The nearest Metro station is L'Enfant Plaza or Waterfront-SEU. Please note, the entrance to the Capital Yacht Club is directly behind Phillips and Jenny's Asian Fusion restaurants, facing the Potomac River.
 
Please R.S.V.P. by  e-mailing onehealthacademy@gmail.com with your name and the names of any guests attending or just go to our website at www.onehealthacademy.org. We are accepting replies on a first come first serve basis. We contract food based on the number of R.S.V.P.'s and we guarantee the caterer payment based on this number. Cancellations may be made until Apr. 5th. If you must cancel after this date, please send the $15 dinner fee to Tom McGinn, DVM at 1000 Water Street, SW, #26, Washington, DC 20024. Otherwise, payment is due at the door the night of the event (cash, money order, or check only).

The One Health Academy Staff

 

 

 

 

About One Health Academy:

The One Health concept is a worldwide strategy that promote interdisciplinary collaboration among veterinary medicine, human medicine, health professionals and the agricultural industries with the goal of promoting public health, as well as environmental, food, agricultural, and economic protection. The One Health Academy monthly events serve to unite several Federal governmental departments, non-governmental organizations, and private industry leaders to promote collaboration through networking, discussion following educational presentations, and informal mentoring.
If you have any questions or would like more information about One Health Academy, please feel free to contact Drs. Tom McGinn, Annamaria Castiglia and Vito Delvento, Event Coordinators, onehealthacademy@gmail.com.

 Florida Veterinary Medical Association 81st Annual Conference

 

 

April 9-11, 2010

FVMA website: www.fvma.com

 

Marriott Tampa Waterside Hotel & Marina

Tampa, Florida (USA)

 

ZOONOSES – A joint presentation by:

Sunday April 11, Room 8 - 9:00 a.m. to 12:50 p.m.

  Jenifer Chatfield, DVM and Danielle Stanek, DVM, MPH

          Florida State Department of Health

 ·                           Zoonotic Influenzas, H1N1 and Beyond

·                           One Health: Floods, Fires, and Pestilence – Are you and your clients prepared?

·                           Emerging Zoonoses and Zootoxins for the Florida Practitioner

·                           Feline Zoonoses: How you can help protect your clients

  CONFERENCE INVITATION

8th Annual Scientific Conference

 


Archived Events from April 14... - Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Archived events from April 14...

 

Seminar on Contemporary Public Health Issues

 

D.A. Henderson, MD, MPH

 

Smallpox:

 

Once the greatest killer but still a threat

 

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

4 PM

Room G101 HPNP Building

College of Public Health and Health Professions

University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida (USA)

 

Dr. Henderson is a Distinguished Scholar at the Center for Biosecurity of UPMC and a Professor of Public Health and Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. He is Dean Emeritus and Professor of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and a Founding Director (1998) of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies. From November 2001 through April 2003, he served as the Director of the Office of Public Health Emergency Preparedness and, later, as the Principal Science Advisor, in the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Henderson’s previous positions include: Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President (1990-93); Dean of the Faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (1977-90); and Director of the World Health Organization’s global smallpox eradication campaign (1966-77).

 

In 2002, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor. He is the recipient of the National Medal of Science; the National Academy of Sciences’ Public Welfare Medal; and the Japan Prize, shared with two colleagues. Dr. Henderson is a Member of the Institute of Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

 

In June 2009, Prometheus books published a new book by Dr. Henderson entitled Smallpox: Death of a Disease.  It is a personal account of the challenges, obstacles and disasters faced by an intrepid international program in achieving the global eradication of smallpox.  Dr. Henderson is Coeditor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed journal, Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science. Additionally, he has authored more than 200 articles and scientific papers, 31 book chapters, and is coauthor of the renowned Smallpox and Its Eradication (Fenner F, Henderson DA, Arita I, Jezek A, and Ladnyi ID. 1988. Geneva: World Health Organization), the authoritative history of the disease and its ultimate demise. 

 

 

Mary Peoples-Sheps, DrPH

Senior Associate Dean for Public Health

College of Public Health and Health Professions

University of Florida

PO Box 100182

Gainesville, FL 32610-0182

352-273-6084 (Voice)

352-273-6199 (Fax

mpeoplessheps@phhp.ufl.edu

 

CQ-Roll Call Group Forum

April 26 - 28, 2010

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases

Bethesda North Marriott & Conference Center
Bethesda, Maryland

 http://www.nfid.org/conferences/vaccine10/

Thirteenth Annual Conference on Vaccine Research

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3rd Sample Prep - Sample Preparation for Virus, Toxin & Pathogen Detection & Identification

May 6-7, 2010

 

Baltimore, MD

 

http://www.knowledgefoundation.com

 

Sample Prep is an internationally recognized event for experts in sample preparation for detection and identification of viruses, toxins and pathogens, and will address the important phases of sample preparation including collection, concentration, lysis, target extraction and transfer to analytical identification tools. This year’s keynote address will be delivered by Dr. Raymond P. Mariella, Jr., Senior Scientist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Dr. Mariella will discuss continuous-flow microfluidics for sample preparation including the use of standing-wave ultrasonics and variations of electrokinetic manipulations.

 

One Health AcademyWashington, D.C., May 13, 2010

 

Guest speaker:  Deputy Commissioner for Foods, Michael R. Taylor, J.D.

 

Don't forget to RSVP for One Health Academy's next meeting May 13 at 6PM at the Capital Yacht Club 1000 Water Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024.
We are excited to have as our guest Mike Taylor.Deputy Commissioner for Foods.

 

 Michael R. Taylor, J.D., is a nationally recognized food safety expert and research professor at George Washington University’s School of Public Health and Health Services.In his role as Deputy Commissioner he is responsible for implementing new laws aimed at preventing outbreaks. Come meet our new Deputy Commissioner and learn about his plans for the future of our nations food safety.

 

The cost of the special evening is $15 per person and includes dinner, discussion with colleagues, and networking. Drinks can be purchased with a credit card at the club. There is parking on the street or under Phillips restaurant.  You can access directions at http://www.capitalyachtclub.com/" www.capitalyachtclub.com or Google Maps. The nearest Metro station is L'Enfant Plaza or Waterfront-SEU. Please note, the entrance to the Capital Yacht Club is directly behind Phillips and Jenny's Asian Fusion restaurants, facing the Potomac River.
 
Please R.S.V.P. by  e-mailing onehealthacademy@gmail.com" with your name and the names of any guests attending. We are accepting replies on a first come first serve basis. We contract food based on the number of R.S.V.P.'s and we guarantee the caterer payment based on this number. Cancellations may be made until May 9th. If you must cancel after this date, please send the $15 dinner fee to Tom McGinn at 1000 Water Street, SW, #26, Washington, DC 20024. Otherwise, payment is due at the door the night of the event (cash, money order, or check only). 
 

This will be a meeting you will not want to miss.
Looking forward to your participation.


PS Don't forget to visit our website at www.onehealthacademy.org
---
Annamaria Castiglia, DVM, PhD
One Health Academy Coordinator

 

 

The Canadian Association of Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine

(CAVEPM) presents:

 

Towards One Health:

Multiple Disciplines Working Together for Optimal Health of People, Animals and the Environment

 

May 29-30, 2010

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

 

This year’s conference is organized by the Laboratory for Foodborne Zoonoses, Public Health Agency of Canada, in collaboration with the Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph. A conference schedule is now available on our website:

www.ovc.uoguelph.ca/cavepm/page/schedule.cfm

 

CAVEPM 2010 is pleased to feature plenary presentations from leading experts from Canada, the United States and Denmark. Don’t miss out! Registration closes on May 27, 2010: www.ovc.uoguelph.ca/cavepm/page/registration.cfm

 

The theme for Day 1 (Sat., May 29) is: One Health: People, Animals and the Environment. Plenary presentations will be given by Dr. David Fisman, University of Toronto, and Dr. Theresa Bernardo, Pan-American Health Organization. Dr. Fisman’s presentation will focus on the human health aspects of “One Health”, and Dr. Bernardo’s presentation will focus on the challenges of “One eHealth”. A Day 1 wrap-up presentation will be given by Dr. Wayne Martin.

 

The theme for Day 2 (Sun., May 30) is: Veterinary Aspects of Public Health:

Animal Health and Welfare. Plenary presentations will be given by Dr. Jens Frederik Agger, University of Copenhagen, Dr. Jørgen Westergaard, ADC-Consult, and Dr. David Pearl, University of Guelph. Dr. Agger and Dr. Westergaard will give a joint presentation about the control of infectious animal diseases in Europe. Dr. Pearl will discuss the role of epidemiologists in disease surveillance in the 21st Century. A Day 2 wrap-up presentation will be given by Dr. Ian Dohoo.

 

For more information about the conference, please visit our website:

www.ovc.uoguelph.ca/cavepm

 

Sincerely,

 

The CAVEPM 2010 Organizing Committee

 

Ian Young

PhD Candidate, Epidemiology

Department of Population Medicine

University of Guelph

Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1

519-826-2347

59th Wildlife Disease Association Annual Meeting

May 30 – June 4, 2010

Iquazu, Argentina

 

 

http://sites.google.com/site/wda2010argentina/

Welcome

“For the first time, the Wildlife Disease Association (WDA) International Meeting will take place in South America. The 59th annual meeting will be held 30 May – 4 June 2010 in the heart of Iguazú Falls. A perfect mixture of wild nature and cultural heritage awaits you, so mark your calendars now and we will ensure that you experience all the wonders Iguazú has to offer.”  

 

This year’s theme is Ecosystem health in the neotropics: a growing challenge.

 

Who should attend and/or submit abstracts?

Wildlife biologists, wildlife managers, veterinarians, epidemiologists, ecologists, parasitologists, pathologists, microbiologists, or anyone interested in the management of wildlife health.

The venue

The brand new, five-star Amerian Hotel is located a stone's throw away from the Three Borders Landmark, the international limit between Argentina, Brasil and Paraguay. The Amerian Hotel is a little over 18 km from Iguazú International Airport and some 15 km from Iguazú Falls. As well, it is 2 km from International Bridge Neves which takes you to Foz do Iguazú in Brazil and Ciudad del Este in Paraguay, both barely 12 km away. With ample and cozy bed rooms overlooking the Iguazú and Paraná rivers, the Amerian has promotional pricing for Meeting attendees.

  • Address: Av. Tres Fronteras 780 (y Costanera) (3370), Hito Tres Fronteras, Puerto Iguazú, Misiones.
  • Phone: (03757) 423766. Fax: (03757) 423766. Dial prefix 54 if calling from abroad.

 

Important Information

Book your room before 27 January 2010 and enjoy the following special discounts

 

1. Double Standard Jungle view: U$D 100 + 21% TAX

2. Double Standard River View: USD 110 + 21% TAX

3. Additional roll away for double bedroom: U$D 40 + 21% TAX

 

Check out other lodging alternatives

 

Information provided by:

 

Thomas M. Yuill, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Pathobiological Sciences School of Veterinary Medicine

Director and Professor Emeritus Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

 

 

One Health Academy dinner meetings are

every second thursday of the month 

at the Capital Yacht Club 1000 Water Street,SW,

Washington D.C. 20024 .

 

On JUNE 10, 2010 …  ONE HEALTH ACADEMY WELCOMES

 

LYNN LAWRY,MD,MSPH,MSC.

 

 

The Mythical Interagency

 "After 17 years in the field as an NGO provider, I [Dr. Lawry] decided I should write a book called "How to Build an Interagency". The first chapter will be "How Not to Build An Interagency". From Rwanda to Haiti, I have seen renditions of interagency growth, bumbles, mis-steps, success and absolute failures. NSPD-44 requires Interagency coordination (not defined as per who is part of this elite organization); but it is not a step-by-step guide on how to ACTUALLY meet that directive. The USG frequently checks the block by have an "Interagency" email list but who actually meets regularly or shares office space? I will challenge us to re-look at Interagency bumbles and see where and how mistakes could have been avoided and where success actually happened despite our best efforts to squelch participation."

 

 

There is a 50 person limit to the meeting so we suggest you

 register early.The cost of the evening is $15 per person and

 includes dinner, discussion with colleagues, and networking.

Please R.S.V.P. by  e-mailing onehealthacademy@gmail.com"

with your name and the names of any guests attending. We are

accepting replies on a first come first serve basis.

 Directions:

You can access directions at www.capitalyachtclub.com

The nearest Metro station is L'Enfant Plaza or Waterfront-SEU.

Please note, the entrance to the Capital Yacht Club is directly behind

Phillips and Jenny's Asian Fusion restaurants, facing the Potomac River.

 

If you have any questions about this event or future events you

can contact us at  ONEHEALTH ACADEMY @GMAIL.com.

16th Biodetection Technologies - Technological Responses to Biological Threats

June 17-18, 2010

 

Arlington, VA

 

http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/

 

Biodetection Technologies is an internationally recognized event for experts in detection and identification of biological and chemical threats and will explore the latest R&D developments as well as ready-to-market systems for major biothreat detection, identification, and analysis both in the field and at the point-of-care. More than 140 leading organizations from around the world convened in Baltimore for last year’s conference. This year’s keynote address will be delivered by Dr. Michael V. Walter, BioWatch Program Manager at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Dr. Walter will discuss lessons learned from technological problems, the current status of BioWatch Gen-3 sensor-type technologies, and plans for Gen-4 advanced systems.

 

Welcome to Toronto - 20th WCDM

 


SAVE THE DATE
20TH World Conference on Disaster Management (WCDM) - June 20 - 23, 2010 

 

Join us as we celebrate 20 Years of Progress. 

WCDM has a unique line-up of industry experts ready to discuss the progress of past, present and future trends that as an industry we need to prepare for.

 

This four day conference will offer new ideas and approaches that will help build solutions for a global community.

 

* specialized education * training for all levels of disaster management * gain valuable contacts * discover new products and services. 

 

 


 
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