VPHI-Webinar

The "Research Priority Focus VPH-Herd health management“ organizes a VPHI-Webinar with presentations on various topics in order to stimulate the scientific exchange between actors in veterinary public health. Within this VPHI-Webinar, topics from the fields of epidemiology, animal diseases, zoonoses, animal welfare and biostatistics as well as other issues related to VPH are presented.

The VPHI-Webinars are commonly held on Tuesdays from 14:00 - 15:00 (CET) online using Zoom or MS Teams platforms.
Everyone interested is welcome to attend. Registration is not required.

The next talk is announced under News.  
You can find the recording of the last webinar here.

All members of the Vetsuisse Faculty domain will automatically receive an email informing them of VPHI Webinars. External parties can sign into our VPHI seminar mailing list to be informed by e-mail about the current events of the VPHI webinar.

We are happy to answer questions and receive feedback on past events and recommendations for possible future topics (Email).

The organisers,
Luis Pedro Carmo
Brian Friker

 

Date Time (CET)
Title / Topic
Speaker
Affiliation Speaker info
Link
12 Jan
14:00
Valuing health information? A call for Interdisciplinarity and system thinking Nicolas Antoine-Moussiaux
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Liège, Belgium Link  Recording
26 Jan
14:00
OIE AMU and AMR related recent activities
Jorge Pinto Ferreira Deputy Head, Antimicrobial Resistance and Veterinary Products Department, OIE, France
Link
Webinar
11 Feb
14:00
to be announced
Karl Rich
International Livestock Research Institute, Dakar, Senegal
Link coming soon
23 Feb
14:00
One Health research - Hong Kong style
Ioannis Magouras
Department of Infectious Diseases and Public Health, City University of Hong Kong

Link
coming soon
09 Mar
14:00
to be announced
Luís Pedro Carmo
Veterinary Public Health Institute, Vetsuisse, University of Bern

Link 1 (VPHI website)

Link 2 (LinkedIn)

coming soon
17 Mar
14:00
Compartimentalisation as a tool for improved resilience to African Swine fever introduction
Céline Faverjon
Ausvet

Link
coming soon