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  • Attend

    One Health International Conference 2017, Dec 14-15

    The aim of One Health International Conference 2017 is to provide international venue for One Health junior researchers to present their findings and to provide international senior researchers to present their One Health achievements and implications for One Health practice. This conference is designed to integrate expertise drawn from a variety of disciplines in One Health community, including medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, social sciences, engineering, agricultural and environmental sciences to improve the health of people, animals and the planet.

    The aim of One Health International Conference 2017 is to provide international venue for One Health junior researchers to present their findings and to provide international senior researchers to present their One Health achievements and implications for One Health practice. This conference is designed to integrate expertise drawn from a variety of disciplines in One Health community, including medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, social sciences, engineering, agricultural and environmental sciences to improve the health of people, animals and the planet.

  • Publication

    Participatory Disease Surveillance: Engaging Communities Directly in Reporting, Monitoring, and Responding to Health Threats.

    A JMIR publications article on the landscape of participatory disease surveillance systems in the International Workshop On Participatory Surveillance network and an overview of this growing field of practice.

    International Workshops on Participatory Surveillance (IWOPS)

    A JMIR publications article on the landscape of participatory disease surveillance systems in the International Workshop On Participatory Surveillance network and an overview of this growing field of practice.

  • Read

    “What the Fourth Industrial Revolution can teach us about healthcare in poor countries”

    Article by Duncan Maru, CSO of Possible, and Honorable Minister Gagan Thapa, Minister of Health of Nepal, about the possibilities for LMICs to set up infrastructure to use big data to create "n = all" healthcare systems. Published on the World Economic Forum blog.

    Continuous Surveillance Systems and Electronic Medical Record Integration in Nepal

    Article by Duncan Maru, CSO of Possible, and Honorable Minister Gagan Thapa, Minister of Health of Nepal, about the possibilities for LMICs to set up infrastructure to use big data to create "n = all" healthcare systems. Published on the World Economic Forum blog.

  • Read

    “Community Empowerment, Not Walls, Will Prevent Zika”

    Op-ed article by Kacey Ernst, project lead for Kidenga, about Kidenga, US-Mexico relations, and the challenge of tackling Zika. Published in The Hill.

    Kidenga

    Op-ed article by Kacey Ernst, project lead for Kidenga, about Kidenga, US-Mexico relations, and the challenge of tackling Zika. Published in The Hill.

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