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The recent focus on the 'One Medicine' concept has resulted in an increased awareness that the control of diseases in animal populations, whether zoonotic or not, can be of great public health importance. Zoonotic and foodborne diseases represent an immediate threat to the health of human... Read more

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For the surveillance of zoonoses a vast amount of digital data is routinely being collected on three sectors, humans, animals and food. Depending on the origin and the purpose of the data collection, this information is stored in different databases. Interfaces between these data sources are... Read more

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Syndromic surveillance of livestock animals at points of concentration, such as livestock markets, has the potential to provide early detection of endemic, zoonotic, transboundary, environmental, and newly emerging animal diseases and to identify animal health trends. In the United States,... Read more

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The Armenian landscape is composed of a complex mountainous relief (400-4095 m above sea level) with several landscape-ecological zones. Fauna diversity is conditioned by ecological factors, 13 families of rodents, and 12 types of vectors. Because of these complex ecological features, many... Read more

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The monitoring of whole or partial carcass condemnations can constitute a valuable indirect indicator of herd health (1). Nevertheless, systematic collection and use of such data for epidemiological surveillance is scarce within the European Union (2).

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ISDS started the One Health Surveillance (OHS) Community of Practice to engage its members in the advancement of this important and topical field. We define OHS as the "collaborative, on-going, systematic collection and analysis of data from multiple domains to detect health related events and... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

Presented November 2, 2018.

Learn more about what it's like to be a working professional in One Health! A great opportunity for students and other individuals new to One Health.

Hosted by ISDS for the Johns Hopkins One Health Student Organization in celebration of One... Read more

Content type: Webinar

One of the most significant zoonotic pathogen of bat origin is the rabies virus of the genus Lyssavirus. Lyssaviruses cause fatal encephalitis for which there is no effective treatment . The close association of some people to bats on account of residence, tourism, occupation, the consumption of... Read more

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Tanzania has a disease surveillance infrastructure with national, regional and district offices for human and animal disease surveillance. Electricity shortages and limited communications infrastructure create a challenge for a rapid information exchange of the disease surveillance information.... Read more

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Presented August 3, 2018.

The Canadian Integrated Program for Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance (CIPARS) is an integrated One Health surveillance program that has been operating and evolving since 2002. The basic structure of the program will be presented as well as recent... Read more

Content type: Webinar

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