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The SEAOHUN International Conference 2022 is a live, knowledge-sharing event for current and aspiring One Health practitioners, educators and researchers. With the theme 'Catalyzing One Health Citizens of the Future’, the conference seeks to bring together students, academicians, One Health practitioners and advocates those with diverse backgrounds to share their experience, research findings, and perspectives to discuss One Health education and complex health threat issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Read more...

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR OF THE CONFERENCE

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to be part of the SEAOHUN 2022 International Conference. On behalf of the Chulabhorn Royal Academy and the Southeast Asia One Health University Network, we look forward to discussing the state-of-the-art of higher education, research and practice in One Health. We bring to you this mega-event together with institutions who are with us in the spirit of One World, One Health and One Welfare -- the South East Asia Veterinary School Association; Monitoring and Surveillance Center for Zoonotic Diseases in Wildlife and Exotic Animals (MoZWE) of Mahidol University; and the Thai Association for Laboratory Animal Science (TALAS).


Our theme for the SEAOHUN conference is “Catalyzing One Health Citizens of the Future”. We selected this theme because we intend to highlight how health is a concern for all, and that we all have impacts upon our wellbeing and that of other living things by the choices we make.
 

The experience from the COVID-19 pandemic and growing problem of antimicrobial resistance of microorganisms to the medicines used to manage them are signs that our lives and welfare are connected to our “interactions” with plants and animals. This may not be immediately apparent, and so the conference will draw lessons from what we have experienced with these complex health challenges, discuss policy gaps and capacity building programs, and identify our roles for promoting One Health.


I also thank the U.S. Agency for International Development and Chevron Corporation for your valuable support into the organization of this conference.
 

To all delegates: We offer our experience as a growing network of 95 universities in eight Southeast Asian countries who have been collectively working towards the goal of One Health to tackle these and other significant health challenges. Please join us in Bangkok and work together to make our world better One Health at a time.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Parntep Ratanakorn

The four KEY TRACKS of the Conference:

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One Health Education
 

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Policy Gaps and Partnership Needs in One Health
 

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Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic
 

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Combating Antimicrobial Resistance using
One Health Approach

 

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OPENING SESSION 

Keynote Speaker

6 September 2022

Dennis Carroll, PhD

Distinguished Professor, SGH, Chulalongkorn University

Chair of Leadership Board, Global Virome Project

Dr. Dennis Carroll has over 30 years of leadership experience in global health and development.  He formerly served as the Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Emerging Threats Division providing strategic and operational leadership for the Agency's programs in addressing new and emerging disease threats. He currently serves as Distinguished Professor, School of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Senior Advisor on Global Health Security at URC; and the Chair of the Leadership Board for the Global Virome Project, an international partnership to build the systems and capacities to detect and characterize future viral threats.

Call for Abstracts:

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SEAOHUN Travel Grants:

Individuals with accepted abstracts are eligible to apply for travel grants.

20 travel grants of $1,000 each are available. The grants cover flights, accommodation, transportation expenses, etc. The registration fee will be waived for all receiving
the travel grants.

Registration:

The registration will be open around
11 July 2022

All interested delegates are welcome to attend this conference on One Health. Participants will need to register and pay for the registration fee except for those (e.g., invited speakers, sponsored participants) with a notified of exemption. 

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FIELD TRIP:
5 September 2022

SITE 1: Sustainable Emerging Infectious Disease Preparedness: Linking Community-Based Approach and Research to the National System









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SITE 2: Department of Disease Control Thailand - Ministry of Public Health

KEY DATES:

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10 July 2022: Extension Deadline for submission of abstracts

29 July 2022: Notification of abstract acceptance

5 Sept 2022: Pre-conference One Health field visit (limited seats)

6 - 7 Sept 2022: SEAOHUN International Conference

PARTICIPANTS:

Conference Crowd

Approximately 200 participants are expected at the Conference including:

  • Faculty members, researchers, and students from SEAOHUN member universities,

  • One Health experts, researchers, and students studying in One Health related disciplines,

  • Government officials from relevant Ministries working to address One Health challenges, and

  • Representatives from One Health partners.

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