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FEAM Jun 20
Replying to @FedEuroAcadMed
is not only about inter-disciplinary cooperation, it is also about cooperation at EU, national and regional levels -Diana Loreta Paun, State counselor department of public health (Romanian Presidency)
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Brian Maguire Jun 21
says has an impact on disease - pathogens can increase in a warmer environment. Climate change is accelerating risks from (anti-microbial resistance).
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WildPath 🔬🦇🦉🦅🐶🐓 19h
A nice article on toxoplasmosis for those interested in
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Kaushi Kanankege 39m
needs strong collaboration between stakeholders!
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OneHealthEJP 1h
Today is . A healthy gut in humans & animals is important for AND the . The biggest threat to health & diversity of gut is the inappropriate use of .
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Kristen Reyher 24h
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Jennie Pedley 4h
This is fascinating, a fabulous graphic to inspire my project, thanks for sharing!
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Gareth Presch Jun 21
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Eric D’Ortenzio Jun 25
For better outbreaks response in general we also need to invest in research during epidemics
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JP Villanueva Jun 20
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Dr Clair Firth 3h
Keynote speech by U.Magnusson at in the "Use of : Security and safety aspects for producers and consumers" stream
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Sushil Baral 5h
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OneHealthEJP 23h
The call to organise the 2020 Summer School has been extended until 17th July. Apply today!
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Brian Maguire Jun 21
Who should lead on ? The , says the expert panel at the conference in Anti-microbial resistance will kill more Europeans than cancer by 2050. No time to waste - educate, regulate, invest in global water supply.
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OneHealthEJP 22h
Tomorrow is ! This year's theme is . The diversity of the needs more recognition due to its effect on human, animal and environmental
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The MRC 20h
What is & how can it help us tackle AMR? 🤔 This we asked Prof Ruth Zadoks to explain how she’s using the approach to tackle AMR in Tanzania:
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One Health Poultry Hub 53m
Hub member gave a lightening talk today at
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Dr. Mulembani, VD🇰🇪 Jun 24
1. Protecting humans from zoonotic diseases can be achieved by minimizing contact btn humans & animals or their products. For majority of people who need to have contact with animals &/or eat their products other approaches are required.
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Ponnari Gottipati 43m
Thankfully and rightly so, the emphasis while addressing has now shifted to approach as it should
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WDA - Wildlife Disease Assocation Jun 24
New hypothesis links habitat loss and the global emergence of infectious diseases:
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