Science Policy Interface

Track 4: Science Policy Interface

Friday 22 June 2018
Saturday 23 June 2018
The impact of zoonotic diseases - Why should One Health be of importance to policy makers? Lessons learnt from One Health crises
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Saturday 23 June 2018, 10:45-12:30
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
John Mackenzie, Curtin University, Australia, Co-founder One Health Platform Foundation, Co-chair 5th International One Health Congress
Co-chair:
Casey Barton-Beravesh, CDC, USA

Session programme:

  1. New World Screwworm Eradication in South Florida – A One Health Success Story
    Lisa Conti, One Health Initiative
  2. Ebola: what went wrong and where do we go now?
    Speaker to be confirmed
  3. Rift Valley Fever as a public health emergency
    Pierre Formenty, Team lead – Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers (VHF), World Health Organization
  4. Lessons learned from the H1N1 influenza pandemic: are we prepared for a new outbreak
    Speaker to be confirmed

PREDICT Project

Addressing zoonotic diseases at the animal-human-ecosystem interface. What are the threats? How to be prepared?
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Saturday 23 June 2018, 14:00-15:45
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
Ab Osterhaus, RIZ Hannover, Germany, Co-founder One Health Platform Foundation, Co-chair 5th International One Health Congress

Session programme:

  1. Avian Influenza Surveillance in Live Birds Markets in Thailand
    Ong-orn Prasarnphanich, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Southeast Asia Regional Office
  2. Challenges in Complexity: How Brucellosis Thrives in the Science-Policy Interface Space
    Darrell Abernethy, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria
  3. Achieving Rabies Zero by 2030
    Waqas Ahmad, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pakistan
  4. Future Earth’s Top Ten Challenges for One Health
    Peter Daszak and William B. Karesh, EcoHealth Alliance

The drivers of emerging zoonotic diseases
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Saturday 23 June 2018, 16:15-18:00
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
Moira McKinnon, Medical practitioner, Canberra, Australia.

Session programme:

  1. The migration, climate change, and vector-borne disease nexus
    Kanya C. Long, World Bank
  2. AMR containment and Prevention considering the Drivers of EID in Thailand
    Suwit Wibulpolprasert, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
  3. The Long and Hard Road to Evidence Based policy
    Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer British Columbia, Canada
  4. Communicating the evidence to policy makers and populations. Who is the right audience?
    Speaker to be confirmed

Sunday 24 June 2018
Resistance to antibiotics and antivirals: challenges for policy makers and scientists
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Sunday 24 June 2018, 10:45-12:30
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
Laura H. Kahn, Princeton University, USA
Co-chair:
Christianne Bruschke,

Chief Veterinary Officer, The Netherlands


Session programme:

  1. Antimicrobial Resistance and One Health solutions
    Joergen Schlundt, University of Singapore
  2. Antimicrobial resistance: Canada’s science and policy challenges
    Aline Dimitri, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canada
  3. The Nordic countries strategy for AMR: challenges at “high latitudes” for policy makers, scientists and society
    Carlos Gonçalo das Neves, Norwegian Veterinary Institute, Norway
  4. WHO guidelines on use of medically important antimicrobials in food-producing animals
    Scott McEwen, University of Guelph, Canada

Neglected Zoonotic Diseases in Resource-Poor, Marginalised and Under-Served Communities: Challenges in Infectious Disease Control


Chair:
Martyn Jeggo, Geelong Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases, Australia


Programme:
  1. Where we left off: main conclusions of the 2014 International meeting on the control of Neglected Zoonotic Diseases
    Speaker to be confirmed
  2. Combatting Neglected Zoonotic Diseases at the human/animal interface: an overview
    Ab Osterhaus, RIZ Hannover, Germany
  3. Challenges and opportunities to preventing and responding to outbreaks of helminth/bacterial/viral infections in livestock
    Speaker to be confirmed
  4. Need to acquire community support to implementing effective control programmes
    Speaker to be confirmed
One Health and Global Health Security - disaster risk reduction
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Sunday 24 June 2018, 14:00-15:45
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
William B. Karesh,

EcoHealth Alliance

Co-chair:
Trevor Smith,

 Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel, Global Affairs Canada  


Session programme:

  1. The Global Health Security Agenda
    Speaker to be confirmed
  2. The Weapons of Mass Destruction Threat Reduction Program​​
    Trevor Smith, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel, Global Affairs Canada  
  3. Objectives and achievements of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency​
    Lance Brooks, Division Chief Cooperative Bio Engagement Program, Department of Defense, USA
  4. The Role of Private Industry
    Speaker to be confirmed

Making One Health operational: the barriers to change and glimmers of hope
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Sunday 24 June 2018, 16:15-18:00
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
Robert Salerno,

DAI Global Health


Session programme:

  1. Introduction to the session's concept and objectives
    Robert Salerno, session chair
  2. A decade of implementing One Health in Kenya: Translating research into practice
    Peninah Munyua, Kenya CDC
  3. One Health Secretariat: A Formalized coordinating Entity for Operationalizing One Health in Bangladesh
    Meerjady Sabrina Flora, IEDCR, Bangladesh
  4. Making One Health operational within the Caribbean Region
    Chris Oura, University of the West Indies, Trinidad
  5. Characterizing the interventions of the private sector extractive industries during the Ebola virus disease crisis in West Africa
    Sambe Duale, USAID Emerging  Pandemic Threats 2 Program
  6. Tripartite Guidance: Taking One Health Approaches to Address Zoonotic Diseases in Countries: A “Glimmer of Hope”
    Elizabeth Mumford, World Health Organization
  7. Panel discussion and open Q&A

Monday 25 June 2018
One Health in underserved, resource-poor and marginalized communities / Funding needs and funding mechanisms / Funding policies for One Health
GALLERY A-B

Time:
Monday 25 June 2018, 10:30-12:15
Track:
Science Policy Interface

Chair:
Marietjie Venter, University of Pretoria, SA

Session programme:

  1. One Health in Africa: a concept with global benefits
    Speaker to be confirmed
  2. First Nations of Canada and the One Health approach
    Addie Pryce, Assembly of First Nations, Canada
  3. One Health, rabies response and more-than-human considerations in Indigenous communities in Northern Australia
    Chris Degeling, University of Wollongong, Australia