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The next One Health News & Events Update will be shared on May 8, 2020.

Do you have news you would like to share? Email onehealth@uoguelph.ca.



Please continue to check the University of Guelph's COVID-19 website for regular campus-wide updates. 

RESOURCES FROM ACROSS CAMPUS
Here are some links to resources from colleagues across campus.



U of G's One Health Student Committee invites you to Check us out on Instagram!

Recently, we've shared tips about Beating the Isolation Blues and snippets of One Health history (Throwback Thursdays!).

The One Health Student Committee is the student arm of the One Health Institute, fostering a lively One Health student community on campus through student-led events, professional engagement opportunities and information-sharing. 

Interested in finding out more? Get in touch! onehealth@uoguelph.ca.



Webinars


COVID-19+ Lessons for Food Systems
Click here to watch the video panel.

As we adjust to changes wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, Arrell Food Institute continues to gather insight and share expertise that will ensure our food systems can overcome and adapt. 

In the Agri-Food in a Time of Disruption webinar, U of G experts offer their research-based perspectives on a variety of issues currently facing all things food.

 

The One Health Institute and the Arrell Food Institute are partnering to continue to share insight through videos and webinars. Stay tuned for topics of future webinars!


Wildlife trade: the social, cultural, and political stakes

April 30, 2020 | 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (UTC-4)

Dr. Laura Kahn | Princeton University, USA

Dr. Christos Lynteris | University of St. Andrews, UK

This webinar joins two experts in zoonotic epidemics in an inter-disciplinary dialogue about the social, cultural, and political stakes of eliminating the wildlife trade and, in particular, the role of “wet markets”. As the breeding ground for the current worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, epidemiologists, public health officials, and wildlife conservationists have called for shutting down these markets. However, as a central means of sustenance for many communities around the world, the full impacts of closing the markets and necessary strategies to address them will be addressed.

The webinar is free but registration is required to receive your unique login link.

To register, click here


Now might be a good time to catch up on some recent One Health Social Sciences webinars!

The Added Value of Anthropology for Integrated Control of Neglected Zoonotic Diseases in the One Health Movement

Dr. SÚverine Thys

Recording available - Click Register to begin

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