One Health Week

Last Updated: October 27, 2022
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Registration has been extended​ through 28 October for One Health Webinar Days 2022, 2-3 November, sponsored by APHC and Veterinary Service. Partners from various DoD and other partner organizations will present on the One Health Week 2022 theme, “One Health Collaboration for a Healthier World”. Session topics include Keynote presentation by Mr. Sean Friendly, Plenary, Environmental Health, Toxicology, Global Health Engagement, and Public Health Response. A detailed agenda is available below. If you successfully registered for this event, you will receive an e-mail invite with the link for the live session on MS Teams no later than 31 October, 2022.

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November 2, 2022: ​​​O​​ne Health Webinar Days Agenda​

​​Time (​​EDT)​

​Presentation  Title​

​Presented By

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​​Plenary and​ Toxicology

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​​0845-090​0


Welcome & Introduction​


Director of Technical Services
U.S. Army Public Health Center​

0900-0925​


​One Health and Social Media
Health Communication Science Division
Public Health Communication Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center​
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​​0925-0950


Public-Private Partnerships for Healthier Outcomes​​​

"Founder and CEO Sea Change Health"

0950-1000
 BREAK (10 min)

​1000-1025


Keynote Presentation​​

Deputy ​Director, Defense Health Agency Public Health
1025-1030
 BREAK (5 min)​​


1030-1120



Phased Toxicology Approach to PFAS-free AFFFs

Toxicology Evaluation Division

Health Effects Research Division 

Toxicology Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center  ​​
1120-1130
BREAK (10 min)​
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​Biosurveillance and Panel Discussion

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1130-1155



One Health Real-time Bioincident Research Framework​



Center for Environmental Solutions and Emergency Response
U.S. Environmental Protection Agnecy Office of Research and Development

Office of Counterterrorism and Emerging Threats
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

1200-1300
​LUNCH (1 hr)
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1300-1420




Panel Discussion: 
"Army Public Health Enterprise Support to Oahu Military Water Contamination Dec 2021"

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Director of Technical Services
U.S. Army Public Health Center

Health Risk Communication Division
Public Health Communication Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center

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HQDA-Office of The Surgeon General 
DCS-Force Health Protection

DCO, Public Health Activity - Hawaii
​​​Moderator:  U.S. Army Public Health Center​

1420-1430
BREAK (10 min)
1430-1455
​Bugs, Balloons, Bats and Biosurveillance

The Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit​

​​1455-1500
BREAK (5 min)
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1500-1525

​Adaptable Biosurveillance for Emerging Disease Threats
Molecular Biology Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center

1525-1550

Next Generation Sequencing of COVID-19 Variants in Wastewater Samples: A Biosurveillance Partnership

Molecular Biology Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center







November 3, 2022: ​​​O​​ne Health Web​​inar Days Agenda​

​​Time (EDT)​

​Presentation  Title​

​Presented By

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One Health and Public Health Response


​ ​0900-0950

Cultural Complexities of One Health in Global Engagement ​


"Vice President, Preclinical Global
Boston Scientific"

0950-1000
BREAK (10 min)
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​​1000-1050


HHS/ASPR/National Disaster Medical System, National Veterinary Response Team supports National "One Health" Initiatives

Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response 
Office of Operations and Resources 
National Disaster Medical System 
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services​

1050-1100
 BREAK (10 min)
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​1​100-1125


One Health Approach and Foodborne Illness Outbreaks Coordinated by FDA
Coordinated Outbreak Response & Evaluation Network Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition 
U.S. Food & Drug Administration

​1125-1150

Environmental Change and Public Health in Africa - Closing the Gap Between Evidence and Practice​

"Global Health Program 
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute National Zoological Park "

1200-1300
 LUNCH (1 hr)​​​
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​Environmental Session

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1300-1350


Climate change and the expanding risks of kinetoplastid parasites to Military personnel

Molecular Biology Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center​
1350-1400
​BREAK (10 MIN)
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1400-1425

"Burn it down! The Effects of Prescribed Fire Regimes on  
Tick-borne Disease Risks"​


Molecular Biology Division
Laboratory Sciences Directorate
U.S. Army Public Health Center

1425-1430
BREAK (5 min)
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1430-1520

Health Hazard Assessment​​


LNO U.S. Army Public Health Center
U.S. Army Futures Command​

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1520-1535

​Closing Remarks
Chief, Animal Protections/One Health Division 
U.S. Army Veterinary Services OTSG/DCS-FHP




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