One Health Week

 Webinar Days

Last Updated: October 28, 2021
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Registration has now closed for One Health Webinar Days 2021!

Due to potential issues affecting DoD personnel that have migrated their email to Office365/Army365/DoD365-J, if you registered prior to the 20 October 2021 deadline and have not received a calendar invite for the session(s) for which you registered, please reach out to the One Health Division.​

A limited number of walk-in registrations are available, if you are interested in attending and have not previously registered, please contact the One Health Division.

One Health Webinar Days is a scholarly sharing of ideas and innovations in the One Health space. This year’s theme is One Health for a Bright Future: One Health Resiliency. This is a virtual event that will be hel​d on Teams, and registration is required.

One Health Webinar Days 3 November 2021 Agenda


Time (EST)Presentation TitlePresented By
​Plenary and Toxicology Sessions
0830-0845
Welcome and IntroductionOffice of the Director
U.S. Army Public Health Center
​0845-0945Environmental Microplastics:
A One Health Perspective
Health Effects Division
Toxicology Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
0945-0950​BREAK   (5min)
0950-1020One Health Policy at the Federal LevelThomson Publishing, LLC
1020-1050Keynote PresentationU.S. Army
Former Commanding General
USACHPPM
1050-1100BREAK   (10 min)
1100-1130Considering One Health Challenges in Alternatives AssessmentToxicology Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
1130-1200Heavy Metals – Protecting the Army CommunityIndustrial Hygiene Field Services Division    
Occupational Health Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
1200-1300​​LUNCH (1 hour)
Environmental Session
1300-1420Panel Discussion:
One Health Resiliency in a Changing Climate: Effect of Vector Shift on Disease Distribution
Client Services Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
     
Department of Biology Stanford University
Department of Global and Community Health
     College of Health and Human Services
George Mason University    
     
U.S. Army Environmental Command    
Installation Management Command    
     
​Moderator: U.S. Army Public Health Center
1420-1430
BREAK (10 min)
1430-1500Resistance is (not) Futile
Entomological Sciences Division
Environmental Health Sciences and Engineering Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
1500-1530Chagas Disease and One Health
Entomological Sciences Division
Public Health Command-Central

One Health Webinar Days 4 November 2021 Agenda

Time   (EST)Presentation   TitlePresented By
​One Health and Public Health Response Session
0830-0930Global Health Engagement and One Health Public Health Activity-Japan
     U.S. Army
​0930-1000Military Responses to Wildfires: Health Risks to Soldiers, Animals, and the EnvironmentEnvironmental Health Risk Assessment Division
Environmental Health Sciences and Engineering Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
1000-1010BREAK   (10 min)
1010-1110One Health in Public Health Emergency PlanningVeterinary Services
Defense Health Agency
     
Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division
Defense Health Agency
1110-1115BREAK   (5 min)
1115-1215One Health and Responsible Global DevelopmentU.S. Army Special Operations Command
1215-1315LUNCH   (1 hour)
SARS-CoV-2 Session
1315-1345Pool-Based Surveillance Testing for SARS-CoV-2 at the Army Public Health CenterClient Services Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
​1345-1445Wastewater Biosurveillance:
SARS-CoV-2 and Beyond
Client Services Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
1445-1455BREAK   (10min)
Antimicrobial Resistance Session
1455-1525Antimicrobial ResistanceMultidrug resistant organism Repository and Surveillance Network (MRSN)
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
​1525-1625Detection and Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance in Wastewater Client Services Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center
1625-1635Closing Remarks
Office of the Director
U.S. Army Public Health Center