Pandemic Influenza Vaccines: National Deployment and Vaccination Plans

New Course Available | Developing and Updating National Deployment and Vaccination Plans for Pandemic Influenza Vaccines National deployment and vaccination plans for pandemic influenza vaccines represent an important foundation for an effective and efficient pandemic influenza deployment response, which should be reflected in successful vaccination of the target population with no vaccine wastage and optimal operational efficiency. This course provides a concise and easily accessible overview of planning considerations for countries to develop and update their national deployment and vaccination plans on the use and deployment of pandemic influenza vaccines.

Global Health Leader One Health in Action: Solving Complex Problems through Collaboration

INDOHUN’s premier education and training program for students focuses on solving complex problems using the One Health collaborative approach. Global Health Leader One Health in Action (GHL: OHIA) was successfully conducted on September 02–06, 2018 in Bandung, West Java. The training consisted of three main activities, including lectures on the first two days, an environmental assessment the next day, and simulations and exercises for the last two days. Thus, this training has its own framework used for the training. It starts by realizing the global problem in the health context and major issues. This year, an issue that was brought up was environmental health, which included a restoration

AMR Policy Review and Development Framework

FAO Releases AMR Policy Review and Development Framework This framework was developed to guide national action planning and policy development taking a One Health approach. It is a regional guide for governments in Asia and the Pacific to review, update and develop policies to address antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial use in animal production:

One Health Disaster Front Liner Module Development Workshop

MyOHUN Develops a Module to Train Workers on the Front Lines of Disaster Response With today’s emerging infectious disease issues, training is necessary to ensure competent frontline health workers are deployed to a disaster area. From 16 to 19 January 2018, a One Health Disaster Front Liner Module Development Workshop was held in Melaka, Malaysia. A total of 25 academics and field experience officers from the Ministry of Health, National Disaster Management Association (NADIM), National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Hospital Serdang and Hospital Sultan Ismail Johor Bahru attended the activity. This 4-day training a

ISOHA Mentor Pilot Program

Attention students! Apply to the ISOHA One Health Mentorship program to be paired with a One Health professional from across the world. Apply at this link: Applications will now be due December 28th! (Note new deadline)

4th International Conference on One Medicine One Science (iCOMOS)

"One World, One Medicine, One Science: The way forward for better health" Chiang Mai, Thailand; February 11 - 14, 2019 The Conference provides an opportunity for policymakers, private sector participants, academics and graduate students to update and exchange knowledge on six themes: • Infectious Diseases: World without Borders • Contribution to Building Sustainable Surveillance Systems • The Public Health Impact of Antimicrobial Resistance and Food Safety • Environment and Climate Change • Global One Health Initiative • Infectious and Communicable Diseases following Natural Disaster The conference provides an international proceeding for participants to pres

Antibiotik Perlu Ke?

A video developed by the Faculty of Communication and Media Studies for the Ministry of Health under the MyOHUN One Health Workforce (OHW) Project funded by USAID

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