Mon, Sep 11|
Marie Reay Teaching Centre, Room 5.05
One Health One Team approach using eLearning
Organizer: Regional One Health Team – SAFETYNET
Time & Location
Sep 11, 2023, 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM GMT+10
Marie Reay Teaching Centre, Room 5.05, 155 University Ave, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
About The Event
BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT
We are now in the world where humans and animals are closely related and living in a shared environment. The health of humans is connected to the health of animals and the recent COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of this intense relationship.
One Health recognizes the interdependencies between different sectors related to health and the integral concept of One Health is promoting communication and collaboration between human, animal and environmental health sectors in response to a public health event.
One Health FETP is an integrated approach aimed at increasing the competencies of the officers to recognize public health threats from different sources. To achieve this goal, the officers need to enhance communication and data sharing between different sectors.
Achieving full integration is not without challenges. Nonetheless, the benefits of adopting a One Health approach outweigh these challenges.
By promoting a “One Health One Team” approach, FETP training has the potential to provide a more effective and holistic approach thus providing a more comprehensive and sustainable and proactive strategy toward wellbeing of humans, animals, wild life and the environment.
This interactive session will include a combination of short presentation, interactive group work reflecting and embracing the One Health One Team concept. The hybrid eLearning approach is made adaptable and easy for group simulation and self-learning.
This workshop will examine the operational challenges when managing a One Health event. The Key learning objectives are:
1. Understand the concept of One Health One Team approach
2. Appreciating and understanding the strength and gaps when managing an event involving multi-sectors
3. Appreciate the use of e-Learning in One Health and discuss the possibility of the adoption of a One Health seamless surveillance system
1. Dato Fadzilah Kamaludin is a public health physician specializing in field epidemiology. She is the deputy director of SAFETYNET and Lead officer for Regional One Health One Team Approach under SAFETYNET.
2. Ms Ismeet Kaur is a PhD fellow currently with SAFETYNET. She is the coordinating officer for SAFETYNET One Health projects.
3. Dr. Nik Mohd Hafiz Mohd Fuzi is a public health physician who specialises in field epidemiology. His interest and projects are in One Health.
4. Muttaqqin Eshamuddin has worked as an administrator and operations officer in international humanitarian organizations managing refugees, multiracial, war zone countries and Cox Bazaar. He specializes in digitalizing the concept from paper to paperless.
5. Aqashah Zainal Abidin is the backhand technical expert who digitalized the content for interactive visualization.
FETP/FETPV faculty members, mentors and trainees
Maximum number: 20