Adopting a One Health approach to zoonotic disease risk assessment and risk communication

Zoonoses cause 60% of human infections, and estimates reveal that 75% of emerging human diseases are of animal origin. With recent Public Health Emergencies of International Concern being of animal origin, there are growing concerns about the impact of emerging and re-emerging zoonoses on global public health. To assess the risk of zoonoses, it is crucial to adopt a One Health approach that brings together different sectors to share expertise and manage risks holistically at the human health, animal health, and ecosystem interface.
The workshop will be conducted in two 3-hour sessions over the period of two days. Training will include short presentations, delegate participation, panel discussions and case studies with Q&A.
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