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Farm project hopes to create a learning and treatment retreat by teaming up with AmeriCorps
Thursday, January 16, 2020.

Farm project hopes to create a learning and treatment retreat by teaming up with AmeriCorps

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They are working on the One Health Initiative, which is trying to merge human medicine, veterinary medicine and environmental sciences into a proactive, holistic way of approaching solutions, Assistant Team Lead Liam Poitra explained. ..."

SEE more: https://www.wboy.com/top-stories/farm-project-hopes-to-create-a-learning-and-treatment-retreat-by-teaming-up-with-americorps/


A One Health issue...How animal abuse is Linked with human violence - The LINK-Letter
National Link Coalition
Tuesday, January 14, 2020.

A One Health issue...

How animal abuse is Linked with human violence - The LINK-Letter

SEE: http://nationallinkcoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/LinkLetter-2020-January.pdf

Provided by:

National Link Coalition http://nationallinkcoalition.org/
c/o Phil Arkow, Coordinator
37 Hillside Road
Stratford, NJ 08084
856-627-5118
arkowpets@snip.net


Upcoming Webinar February 9, 2020 at 13 EST/ 18:00 GMT: Integrating One Health into education and policy
The International Student One Health Alliance
Monday, January 13, 2020.

The International Student One Health Alliance is hosting a webinar on integrating One Health into education and policy, 9th February 2020 at 13:00 EST/ 18:00 GMT: https://www.facebook.com/internationalstudentonehealthalliance/posts/2197796693849354


US veterinary hospital faces rare antibiotic-resistant E coli - [A ONE HEALTH ISSUE!]
CIDRAP
Saturday, January 11, 2020.

US veterinary hospital faces rare antibiotic-resistant E coli http://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2020/01/us-veterinary-hospital-faces-rare-antibiotic-resistant-e-coli

"On Apr 1, 2019, Shelley Rankin, PhD, the chief of clinical microbiology at the University of ... "It's the quintessential One Health problem," she said.

"... A One Health conundrum

The report on the outbreak, which appeared this week in Emerging Infectious Diseases, raises a lot of questions. Although the number of dogs and cats affected was small—14 over several months—and it's still unclear whether they were infected with the pathogen or colonized, Rankin said what remains unknown is how the animals acquired NDM-5–producing E coli, where these resistance genes are lurking, and how easily they can be transmitted between animals and humans. ...

Rankin said that while seeing a CRE outbreak in veterinary medicine did not come as a surprise, especially at a large veterinary hospital, she and her colleagues were not prepared for it, and she doesn't think the profession is prepared for it. She's hoping that getting the word out about the outbreak, and having discussions with public health agencies, human medical colleagues, and experts in environmental monitoring, will result in some guidance for veterinarians.

"It's a really good One Health opportunity," she said. "It's a great opportunity to bring everyone together."

See also:

Jan 8 Emerg Infect Dis research letter https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/26/2/19-1221_article 


What is One Health?
Tuesday, January 07, 2020.

What is One Health?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfluP-tFC2k&fbclid=IwAR1n2soGJGqfoiBjrKm5T5EEdIq5Epk_sc4VWYvkDQZeQqbX7Fj5OtUYKFQ

Published on Oct 26, 2017

Explained in cooperation with Expert Advisor Dr. Aileen Marty, learn about One Health: how the health of humans, animals, and plants are interconnected.

This video was created to support the campaign "Goal 3 - Good Health and Well-Being". Find more information on our website
http://simpleshow-foundation.org/.


One Health the Theme of University of Guelph's Derry Dialogues
Tuesday, January 07, 2020.
 
One Health the Theme of U of G's Derry Dialogues
Links among human health, animal health and environmental well-being will be explored in this year's Derry Dialogues, an annual interdisciplinary ...

 


India launches One Health Initiative with help from Penn State's Applied Biological and Biosecurity Research Laboratory (ABRL)
Penn State News (USA)
Monday, January 06, 2020.

India launches One Health Initiative with help from Penn State's Applied Biological and Biosecurity Research Laboratory (ABRL)

https://news.psu.edu/story/565017/2019/03/28/impact/india-launches-one-health-initiative-help-penn-states-abrl

 March 28, 2019

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (USA)— Penn State’s Applied Biological and Biosecurity Research Laboratory (ABRL), together with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the United States Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Biological Threat Reduction Program, recently worked with India’s Department of Biotechnology within the Ministry of Science and Technology to help the Indian government launch its complex and ambitious One Health Initiative at the One Health India Conference 2019, a two-day gathering held Feb. 18-19 in New Delhi.

India’s One Health Initiative is an intersectoral approach to tackling the most urgent health threats in the region, with a focus on low and middle-income countries across south and southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. ...


One Health
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Friday, January 03, 2020.

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One Health:

http://www.fao.org/policy-support/mechanisms/mechanisms-details/en/c/448751/

 


Will we join hands for a tomorrow without antimicrobial resistance?
The European Sting - January 2, 2020
Thursday, January 02, 2020.
 
Will we join hands for a tomorrow without antimicrobial resistance?
These three aspects of the OneHealth approach should be urgently addressed not only directly but also indirectly. The universities have a huge role in ...

“...The huge problem of today can only be managed by the united effort of professionals from various backgrounds. In other terms, a One Health approach has to be implemented globally to be able to reach palpable results. ...”

 

“...These three aspects of the OneHealth approach should be urgently addressed not only directly but also indirectly. The universities have a huge role in incorporating this perspective into their curriculums to make sure that the future generation can manage AMR efficiently. Additionally, research institutes should promote research on ways to manage AMR in a OneHealth approach as a supplement to their constant pursuit of new antibiotics (6). All of this however should be supported by governments around the world by following WHO’s recommendations for antibiotic use, by implementing vaccination programs, raising awareness on proper hygiene and assisting all concerned stakeholders in their war against AMR (7).

Let us join hands in our battle against antimicrobial resistance and fight for a safer tomorrow.”

 


DUKE (USA) ONE HEALTH Newsletter - Issue 22 January 2020
Wednesday, January 01, 2020.
   ISSUE 22                                                                                            January 2020  

SEE: https://mailchi.mp/7bf5e05d54f4/oh-newsletter-january-issue-2562711  and

https://sites.globalhealth.duke.edu/dukeonehealth/monthly-newsletters/


 
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