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Up-Coming SESSION

SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar 
Topic 3
: Biosafety and Biosecurity in Preventing Diseases 

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15 August 2023 

5.00 - 6.30 PM (ICT)

Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) webinar is one of the student engagement programs that bring students virtually across Southeast Asia to share and discuss One Health related topics, opportunities, challenges, and solutions to address the complex health issue in the interface of human, animal, and environment. VCoP webinars are facilitated three times a year.


In conjunction with 2023 regional student competition, the third session of Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar will be conducting with the topic of “Biosafety and biosecurity in preventing diseases”, in align with the competition’s theme: Protecting Lives: Promoting Biosafety and Biosecurity for a Sustainable Future. The webinar targets the regional student audience interested and especially for the student teams who are preparing to participate in the poster competition of SEAOHUN 2023 Regional Student Competition.


The objectives of the webinar are:

- To understand the key concepts of “biosafety and biosecurity” and “One Health” in controlling and preventing infectious diseases in the world of human, animal and environment.
- To acquire general ideas of communication strategy in conveying the message of Biosafety and Biosecurity to the general public.
- To obtain the clear guidance of competition requirements and instructions

PREVIOUS SESSIONS

SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar 
Topic 2:
Breaking Barriers: Advancing Gender Equality and Empowering Young Women in One Health Careers

23 June 2023 

7.00 - 8.00 PM (ICT)

Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) webinar is one of the student engagement programs that bring students virtually across Southeast Asia to share and discuss One Health related topics, opportunities, challenges, and solutions to address the complex health issue in the interface of human, animal, and environment. 


The second session of the VCoP webinar will explore the impact of gender on young women’s career development in One Health sector. Do women and men make different career choices? Is it harder for young women to find first jobs than for young men? What plays greater role in determining your future career and profit: your competencies or your gender? How can you better prepare yourself for the future transition to the job market? And how can we together make the world a little more equitable by addressing gender considerations in One Health workforce development?


The objectives of the webinar are:
- To explore how gender plays out in career development within the One Health sector
- To discuss some barriers to realize women’s full potential within the One Health workforce
- To contribute to empowering young women and men to advance their One Health careers

SEAOHUN 2023 One Health Scholarship Webinar 

Unlocking Opportunities: Exploring SEAOHUN 2023 One Health Scholarship Program

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27 May 2023

4.00 - 5.00 PM (ICT)

SEAOHUN 2023 One Health Scholarship Program is supported by USAID under Transition Award. This new design of scholarship program aims to support graduate students in conducting One Health related research and building their research skills to solve complex health issues with One Health approaches in their respective countries after the study.

 

The webinar aims to introduce the scholarship program to potential applicants to get a better understanding of the application process, eligibility, etc. The participants will also be able to ask questions to SEAOHUN about the program.

SEAOHUN 2023 Fellowship Webinar 

Empowering Young One Health Professionals Across Borders Throughout Southeast Asia

3 May 2023 

5.00 - 6.00 PM (ICT)

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SEAOHUN Fellowship Program is supported by the USAID One Health Workforce - Next Generation project. The webinar aims to share success story and practical experience of the fellow and to introduce and promote fellowship program and 2023 host organizations.


This webinar aims for the early-to mid-career professionals and potential fellows. Potential fellows will be able to ask their questions to SEAOHUN and our guest regarding the fellowship program.

 

Vilaiphone Phomsisavath, sharing her experience as a SEAOHUN 2022 Fellow at Lao-Oxford-Mahosot Hospital-Wellcome Trust Research Unit (LOMWRU), Lao PDR.

SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar 
Topic 1: One Health Career and Professional Development

16 March 2023 

5.00 - 6.30 PM (ICT)

Career development is a lifelong process of skill acquisition, building through a continuous learning process, self-development and decision-making. It is essential that students are empowered and equipped with the understanding of how they can choose professional and career paths which will link their coursework in the classroom and goals in the future.

More opportunity and information should be given to students of human, animal and environmental health disciplines to explore their future career paths as next generation One Health Professionals.


This webinar aims for the students
- to learn opportunities and challenges in developing career as One Health professionals
- to learn career development tips from the personal journey and knowledge of successful One Health professionals.
- to be motivated in pursuing careers in One Health related field by broadening their perspective in One Health

SEAOHUN One Health Students' Webinar

Communicating the Impact of AMR through Art

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26 October 2022  

8.00 - 9.30 PM (ICT)

We are hosting a Zoom Webinar to support the SEAOHUN 2022 Regional Students Competition: Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).

 

The webinar is to help the students interested to participate in the competition to know more about AMR and to get ideas of how to combine art with AMR to best communicate with the general public. Come and join!

Watch later: https://fb.watch/fXG3W9jPOf/

SEAOHUN Student Journal Club:
Gender in One Health

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26 MARCH 2022  

10.00 - 11.30 AM (ICT)

Have you had a hard time or do you easily get bored to read research articles alone ? Here’s Good news!

SEAOHUN Student Journal Club is finally there for you to meet up with many friends virtually across Southeast Asia and explore together about ONE HEALTH in the literature and research articles! Let’s kick off with the topic of Gender in One Health” along with the celebration of International Women’s Day!

Meet our expert in gender - Olesya Kochkina

Limited Seats only! Hurry Up and Grab your seat before 20th March!

Advancing One Health Education and Research in Southeast Asia"

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10 MARCH 2022  

01.30-02.30 PM (ICT)

The SEAOHUN Small Grants Program aims to support in-service One Health professionals and faculty members in the development of innovative research and training that can have a high impact. It is expected that Small Grants will catalyze innovative operations research, curriculum development, and training implementation. This program provides critical support for member countries’ activities to advance One Health agendas, increasing SEAOHUN’s and OHUNs’ visibility and the visibility of the USAID One Health Workforce – Next Generation (OHW-NG) project. In addition, it strives to foster multisectoral collaboration, as well as cooperation across government agencies, member Universities, and member countries. The proposals can touch upon the broad spectrum of ideas related to the One Health approach, enabling better response to the increasingly complex dilemmas at the convergence of animals, humans, plants, and the environment.
 

In 2022, the SEAOHUN Small Grants Program is implemented with the support from USAID through the OHW-NG project, in partnership with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, ASEAN +3 Field Epidemiology Training Network (FETN) and the Regional Field Epidemiology Training Program for Veterinarians (R-FETPV).
 

In this webinar, the two successful small grants leaders from last year;

Dr. Regina Berba, MD MSc, Professor University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

Dr Ngo Thi Thuy Huong, PhD, Lecturer, Phenikaa University, Vietnam

will share their experience about the small grants program and the attendee will get a chance to ask question about SEAOHUN 2022 Small Grants Program.

Series of workshops on Tools and Strategies for Online Learning 

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  • Has COVID-19 affected your teaching and working practice?

  • Are you searching for new ways to create more engaging and enriching experiences in virtual space for your learners and colleagues?

  • Are you looking for a practice based and not too time-consuming format to learn? 

Catalyzing One Health Innovation: SEAOHUN Small Grants Program

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22 JULY 2021  

10.00-11.00 AM (ICT)

The SEAOHUN Small Grants Program aims to support in-service One Health professionals and faculty members in the development of innovative research and training that can have a high impact. It is expected that Small Grants will catalyze innovative operations research, curriculum development, and training implementation. This program provides critical support for member countries’ activities to advance One Health agendas, increasing SEAOHUN’s and OHUNs’ visibility and the visibility of the USAID One Health Workforce – Next Generation (OHW-NG) project. In addition, it strives to foster multisectoral collaboration, as well as cooperation across government agencies, member Universities, and member countries. The proposals can touch upon the broad spectrum of ideas related to the One Health approach, enabling better response to the increasingly complex dilemmas at the convergence of animals, humans, plants, and the environment.
 

In 2021, the SEAOHUN Small Grant Program is implemented with the support from USAID through the OHW-NG project, in partnership with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, ASEAN +3 Field Epidemiology Training Network (FETN) and the Regional Field Epidemiology Training Program for Veterinarians (R-FETPV).
 

The objective of the webinar: The primary objective of this webinar is to share the results of selected SEAOHUN Small Grants Program and to promote the Program for the 2021-year cycle.

SEAOHUN One Health Students' Webinar:  HOW TO MAKE AN IMPACT WITH A SHORT VIDEO

Are you a University student interested in One Health? Would you like to develop your skills in Risk Communication? How about using your phone to make a fantastic video with an effective risk communication message?

Join a SEAOHUN’s webinar on 28 May organized with the support of USAID’s One Health Workforce – Next Generation (OHW-NG) project and Chevron to get hints and tips from risk communication and media professionals. For students, who wish to join SEAOHUN 2021 Regional Students Competition, the webinar will help to enhance the quality of their submissions. For all other students, this webinar will contribute to their professional development and increase their knowledge on the use One Health approach.

Fostering One Health Leaders: SEAOHUN Fellowship Program

SEAOHUN Fellowship Program is supported by the USAID One Health Workforce - Next Generation project. The webinar aims to share success stories and practical experience of the fellows and host organizations in strengthening the capacities of One Health professionals. A new cycle of the Fellowship Program in 2021 will be announced during the webinar. Potential fellows will be able to ask their questions to SEAOHUN, fellowship alumni, and representatives of hosting organizations.

  • Welcome remarks by SEAOHUN Executive Director

  • Experience sharing by SEAOHUN Fellowship Alumni

  • Panel discussion on fostering One Health leaders by International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and Fellowship Alumni

  • Announcement of SEAOHUN 2021 Fellowship by SEAOHUN

  • Closing remarks by SEAOHUN Executive Director​

Panelists and Moderator

Dr. Fred Unger, Regional Representative for East and Southeast Asia (Acting), ILRI

Dr. ANM Ehtesham Kabir; MBBS, MPH, MSc, SEAOHUN 2018 Fellow
Dr. Gavrila Amadea Puspitarani, SEAOHUN 2018 Fellow

Tuyen Ha Van, SEAOHUN 2020 Fellow

Dr. Vipat Kuruchittham, Executive Director of SEAOHUN 

Creativity and Different Perspective Enhance Risk Communication 

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Si Thu Hein has been teaching students about veterinary anatomy at the University of Veterinary Science in Yezin, Myanmar for almost 8 years. Now he is also pursuing his PhD at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. Si Thu Hein is very proud of his profession, as he believes that vets have an immense impact on human and planetary health.

His counterpart in Cambodia, Dr. Bunna Chea, has been teaching veterinary microbiology and a One Health course at the Royal University of Agriculture in Phnom Penh for over 5 years. He believes that this work is very important because a workforce focusing on food security, public health, and One Health is lacking in Cambodia.

From October to December 2020, Si Thu Hein, Dr. Bunna Chea, and nearly 100 additional lecturers and faculty members from Cambodia, Myanmar, and Lao PDR met virtually during an online risk communication training organized by SEAOHUN in collaboration with Global Team partners from USAID’s One Health Workforce-Next Generation project. The group comprised veterinarians, epidemiologists, doctors, social scientists, and national outbreak response team members.

The topics covered across the 8 training sessions helped participants to not only develop and refine their teaching and technical skills but also allowed everyone the opportunity to demonstrate their competency in these areas through small and large group exercises.

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