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World Veterinary Association (WVA) Celebrates World Animal Day October 4, 2019
Friday, October 04, 2019.

World Veterinary Association (WVA) Celebrates World Animal Day October 4, 2019

http://www.worldvet.org/news.php?item=423 & http://www.worldvet.org/uploads/news/docs/world_animal_day_2019.pdf


Outbreak, a Smithsonian exhibit about epidemics, spreads to The Health Museum
Texas Medical Center (USA)
Thursday, October 03, 2019.

Texas Medical Center (USA)

Outbreak, a Smithsonian exhibit about epidemics, spreads to The Health Museum

CURATED: The Intersection of Arts and Medicine

See: https://www.tmc.edu/news/2019/10/outbreak-a-smithsonian-exhibit-on-epidemics-spreads-to-the-health-museum/

“...The main message of the exhibit is that humans, animals and bacteria are all connected.

“The secondary message of the exhibit is about working together,” Sholts said. “We have to work across disciplines—we have to work and collaborate across countries—because an outbreak anywhere is a threat everywhere.”

Sholts and her team at the NMNH conceived the idea of traveling DIY exhibits to promote their “one health” goal. ...”


Visualizing the bond between humans and pets
DEOHS - University of Washington
Wednesday, October 02, 2019.

Visualizing the bond between humans and pets

Pop-up galleries organized by the Center for One Health Research at DEOHS will feature intimate portraits of the human-animal bond made by people ...

DUKE (USA) ONE HEALTH Newsletter - ISSUE 18 October 2019
Tuesday, October 01, 2019.

DUKE (USA) ONE HEALTH Newsletter - ISSUE 18 October 2019

SEE: https://mailchi.mp/7e9f74bc293b/oh-newsletter-october-issue


Call TO END DOG-TRANSMITTED HUMAN RABIES BY 2030
World Veterinary Association (WVA) & World Medical Association (WMA)
Friday, September 27, 2019.

Call to end dog-

transmitted human

rabies by 2030


A call for the total elimination of dog-transmitted human rabies by 2030 has come from the World Veterinary Association (WVA) and the World Medical Association (WMA). The two organizations have joined forces to mark World Rabies Day tomorrow (September 28) in collaboration with the Global Alliance for Rabies Control.

 

For further information please contact:


Dr. Otmar Kloiber WMA Secretary General
+33 4 50 42 6757 (office)
+33 6 73 90 7686 (mobile)

Nigel Duncan WMA Public Relations Consultant
+ 44 (0) 20 8997 3653 (work)
+ 44 (0) 7984 944 403 (mobile)
nduncan@ndcommunications.co.uk
website: www wma.net
Follow WMA twitter:     https://twitter.com/#!/medwma

Dr. Zeev Noga Deputy Executive Director
World Veterinary Association (WVA)
Avenue de Tervueren 12
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 (0) 2 533 70 22
zeev_noga@worldvet.org
secretariat@worldvet.org
http://www.worldvet.org

 


One Health Happenings! September 25, 2019
One Health Commission
Wednesday, September 25, 2019.

 One Health Happenings!   September 25, 2019

https://conta.cc/2ndALzE


Do we need a Global Virome Project?...Important Implications to One Health
The Lancet Global Health: COMMENT|- VOLUME 7, ISSUE 10
Tuesday, September 24, 2019.

Important Implications to One Health...

“...The big idea is to gradually build a global atlas of most of the planet's naturally occurring potentially zoonotic viruses by systematically creating the missing maps. Broadening the knowledge base on viral sequences, geographical ranges, and host distributions would provide vital intelligence about humanity's formidable microbial enemy. The three specific benefits that the project would provide are early warning of future threats, data to improve prevention and reduction of these threats, and inputs for advance preparation of responses for unexpected outbreaks of unknown diseases.”

Do we need a Global Virome Project?

The Lancet Global Health: COMMENT|- VOLUME 7, ISSUE 10, PE1314-E, OCTOBER 1, 2019 Open-Access SEE https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(19)30335-3   


Pandemic bonds: designed to fail in Ebola
NATURE, International Journal of Science: Our Journals WORLD VIEW 13 August 2019
Tuesday, September 24, 2019.

NATURE,  International Journal of Science

Our Journals WORLD VIEW 13 August 2019

Pandemic bonds: designed to fail in Ebola

The World Bank’s funding scheme for disease outbreaks drained potential resources from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, says Olga Jonas. 

Please see: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02415-9

“Increasing surveillance, diagnostics and other capacities for response to outbreaks will do more than flashy financing schemes to reduce threats from infectious disease — including antimicrobial resistance. World Bank analyses show that poor countries’ investments in core veterinary and human public-health systems bring returns of 25–88% annually. The World Bank can provide robust financing and operational support for such investment; it should make this a priority.”

Provided by:

Olga Jonas  |  Senior Fellow [A longstanding One Health Supporter/Advocate]
Harvard Global Health Institute; 42 Church Street, 2nd floor; Cambridge, MA 02138; o: +1-617-384-5421 / m: +1- 202-469-2727; e: : olga_jonas@harvard.edu / s: olga.jonas; Twitter:  @olga_02138


Changes in antibiotic resistance in animals
Science Magazine
Friday, September 20, 2019.
 
Changes in antibiotic resistance in animals
AMR is an urgent global priority necessitating international collaboration through a “One Health” response (across humans, animals, plants, and their ...

 


The F.C. Sturtevant Company supports the One Health concept and approach - One Health support announced by U.S. Skin Care products Company...
Tuesday, September 17, 2019.

One Health support announced by U.S. Skin Care products Company...

The F.C. Sturtevant Company supports the One Health concept and approach

See: https://fcsturtevantcompany.com/blog/& https://fcsturtevantcompany.com/one-health-initiative/


 
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