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Animal Health

Session 1: Zoonotic Diseases and One Health Approach

This session aims to shed light on the critical issue of zoonotic diseases and promote the One Health approach. Zoonotic diseases are infections that can be transmitted between animals and humans, posing significant public health challenges. The session will explore the interconnectedness between human, animal, and environmental health and emphasize the importance of collaborative efforts to prevent and control zoonotic diseases. Experts from various disciplines will discuss strategies for early detection, surveillance, and effective management of these diseases. By adopting a One Health approach, which recognizes the interdependencies between human, animal, and ecosystem health, we can enhance our preparedness and response to zoonotic disease outbreaks.

Session 2: Veterinary Care and Animal Welfare

This session focuses on the crucial aspects of veterinary care and animal welfare. It recognizes the significance of providing high-quality veterinary services to safeguard animal health, which, in turn, has a direct impact on human health. The session will address advancements in veterinary medicine, including diagnostic tools, treatment options, and surgical techniques. Additionally, experts will highlight the importance of promoting animal welfare and ethical practices in veterinary care. By ensuring the well-being of animals, we not only contribute to their quality of life but also reduce the risk of disease transmission and improve public health outcomes.

Session 3: Emerging Infectious Diseases in Animals

This session aims to address the growing concern about emerging infectious diseases in animals and their potential impacts on human health. With the rise in global travel, climate change, and other factors, the emergence and spread of new infectious diseases pose significant challenges. The session will discuss recent outbreaks and their lessons learned, surveillance and monitoring strategies, and collaborative approaches for effective prevention and control. By gaining a deeper understanding of emerging infectious diseases in animals, we can enhance our ability to detect and respond to these threats, thereby protecting both animal and human populations.

Session 4: Animal Health Surveillance and Outbreak Management

This session focuses on the critical aspects of animal health surveillance and outbreak management. Robust surveillance systems are essential for early detection, rapid response, and effective control of animal diseases. The session will discuss innovative surveillance methods, data collection and analysis, and the role of technology in improving animal health surveillance. Experts will also share experiences and best practices in outbreak management, including risk assessment, coordination between stakeholders, and communication strategies. By strengthening our animal health surveillance and outbreak management capabilities, we can mitigate the risks associated with disease outbreaks and protect both animal and human populations.

Session 5: Advances in Animal Vaccines and Therapeutics

This session highlights the latest advancements in animal vaccines and therapeutics. Vaccination plays a crucial role in preventing and controlling infectious diseases in animals, and the development of effective vaccines is of paramount importance. The session will feature discussions on novel vaccine technologies, vaccine delivery systems, and the development of vaccines against emerging pathogens. Additionally, experts will explore innovative therapeutic approaches for the treatment of animal diseases. By embracing advances in animal vaccines and therapeutics, we can significantly enhance animal health, reduce disease transmission, and protect human populations from zoonotic infections.