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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

Content type: Abstract

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

In the past year, three major health care organizations – the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Medical Association and the Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine – have officially endorsed the concept of “One Health” recognizing the continuum of communicable... Read more

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Current veterinary surveillance systems may be ineffective for timely detection of outbreaks involving non-targeted disease. Earlier detection could enable quicker intervention that might prevent the spread of disease and limit lost revenue. Data sources, similar to those used for early outbreak... Read more

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To determine if ticks on dogs can provide early warning for tick-borne diseases in people.

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The Triple-S project (Syndromic Surveillance Systems in Europe, www.syndromicsurveillance.eu), co-financed by the European Commission and involving twenty four organizations from fourteen countries was launched in September 2010 with the following objectives 1) performing an inventory of... Read more

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EIDSS supports collection and analysis of epidemiological, clinical and laboratory information on infectious diseases in medical, veterinary and environmental sectors. At this moment the system is deployed in Kazakhstan at 150 sites (planned 271) in the veterinary surveillance and at 8 sites (... Read more

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