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Slides from the International Student One Health Alliance (ISOHA) webinar on 9 Feb, 2020
George Lueddeke, PhD, Med, Dipl. AVES (Hon.)
Wednesday, February 12, 2020.

Slides from the International Student One Health Alliance (ISOHA) webinar on 9 Feb, 2020 (provide by George Lueddeke, PhD, Med, Dipl. AVES (Hon.):  

For speaking inquiries, please contact Dr. George Lueddeke via glueddeke@aol.com.  See Dr. Lueddeke’s attached short Biography.


Coronavirus: Hear From One Health Experts
UC Davis - One Health Institute (USA)
Tuesday, February 11, 2020.

 (USA)

 

Coronavirus: Hear From One Health Experts

 

By Dateline Staff on February 10, 2020 in University

Updated Feb. 10: Watch UC Davis Live discussion on coronavirus, recorded Feb. 6 and featuring Tracey Goldstein and Christine Johnson, associate directors, UC Davis One Health Institute.

SEE https://www.ucdavis.edu/news/coronavirus-travel-warning-other-cautions/


Finding Outbreaks Faster: Metrics for One Health Surveillance
Salzburg Global Seminar
Saturday, February 08, 2020.

Salzburg Global


DUKE (USA) ONE HEALTH Newsletter - Issue 23 February 2020
Sunday, February 02, 2020.
ISSUE 23 February 2020

SEE:  https://mailchi.mp/1be02835ba86/oh-newsletter-feb-issue


“How urbanization and the way we deal with animals may influence the spread of illnesses like coronavirus”
CBC Radio
Friday, January 31, 2020.

“How urbanization and the way we deal with animals may influence the spread of illnesses like coronavirus” - Pathogens are less likely to ‘die out’ when humans and animals cluster in large groups, says epidemiologist ( CBC Radio · Posted: Jan 30, 2020 11:59 AM ET) https://www.cbc.ca/radio/costofliving/germs-gambling-and-globalization-from-the-coronavirus-to-brexit-1.5445128/how-urbanization-and-the-way-we-deal-with-animals-may-influence-the-spread-of-illnesses-like-coronavirus-1.5445716

 


Coronavirus Outbreak Could Impact Agriculture
KMAland
Thursday, January 30, 2020.

Coronavirus Outbreak Could Impact Agriculture http://www.kmaland.com/ag/coronavirus-outbreak-could-impact-agriculture/article_de0a6e4a-41c2-11ea-9d26-c7e307a97fa4.html

“But, we need to think of ways, frankly, to work with veterinarians, people in agricultural industries, to better anticipate these things in a one-health way.

One Health Happenings! January 2020
One Health Commission
Wednesday, January 29, 2020.

 


China's Coronavirus: How Do We Stop Such Deadly Threats?
U.S. News & World Report - January 27, 2020
Tuesday, January 28, 2020.

China's Coronavirus: How Do We Stop Such Deadly Threats?

SEE entire article at: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/articles/2020-01-27/commentary-chinas-coronavirus-how-do-we-stop-such-deadly-threats

Often, the best that public health officials can hope for it to slow down ... Often, such an interdisciplinary collaboration is termed the "One Health ...
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How do we fix this problem?

Many scientific and policy experts now recognize that humans and animals are inextricably linked. Animals are a huge part of the world's agricultural and food systems. However, despite the benefits of modern farm biosecurity measures, when a virus finds its way into a large farm, the virus may easily be sustained in the farm, passing from one generation of animals to the next.

The continuous viral reproduction can sometimes lead to mutations or the mixing of viruses and a never-before-seen virus may emerge. Hence, new collaborative partnerships must be forged between agricultural businesses and human, animal and environmental health groups so that emerging viruses can be better be detected and mitigation strategies developed before a novel virus crosses over to infect man. Often, such an interdisciplinary collaboration is termed the "One Health Approach." Many institutions are calling for One Health interdisciplinary collaborations as the best approach to complex problems such as emerging viral threats.

While there is much discussion about engaging in such collaborations, there is also much resistance from the agricultural industries as those businesses fear a negative impact on their commerce. It may eventually take legislation and policy to make One Health collaborations routine."

Contributor: Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH https://www.usnews.com/topics/author/gregory-c-gray Dr. Gray is a member of the One Health Initiative team's Advisory Board (Hon.) http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/advBoard.php

THE TRUMPET - Project Save the World Occasional Newsletter
JANUARY 2020 VOL. 1, NO. 1
Saturday, January 25, 2020.

JANUARY 2020 VOL. 1, NO. 1

THE TRUMPET

Project Save the World’s Occasional Newsletter

“Promote One Health Initiatives! Animals and people can exchange diseases, and also be affected by the environmental changes, including global warming. Now health researchers are working together to solve these joint problems.”

SEE: Laura H. Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfYAILlIu0c


Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Transmission
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal (EID)

Volume 26, Number 2—February 2020

Perspective

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Transmission

Abstract

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection causes a spectrum of respiratory illness, from asymptomatic to mild to fatal. MERS-CoV is transmitted sporadically from dromedary camels to humans and occasionally through human-to-human contact. Current epidemiologic evidence supports a major role in transmission for direct contact with live camels or humans with symptomatic MERS, but little evidence suggests the possibility of transmission from camel products or asymptomatic MERS cases. Because a proportion of case-patients do not report direct contact with camels or with persons who have symptomatic MERS, further research is needed to conclusively determine additional mechanisms of transmission, to inform public health practice, and to refine current precautionary recommendations.


 
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