One Health Concept and Knowledge : One Health Operationalization in Thailand


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Level : Beginner
วิทยากร : Dr. Ratanaporn Tangwangvivat, DVM, PhD
วันที่เผยแพร่ : 15/01/2024

At the end of the course, participants should be able to

1. Enhance One Health Governance: Improve the organizational structure and performance metrics of One Health initiatives to effectively manage and mitigate zoonotic diseases across Thailand, with a particular emphasis on inclusive participation across genders.

2. Disease Prioritization and Response: Establish a clear prioritization of zoonotic diseases to streamline national response strategies and resource allocation for diseases like Avian Influenza, Coronaviruses, Rabies, NIPAH, and Ebola.

3. Strategic Alignment with National Goals: Align One Health operational activities with the goals outlined in Thailand's 20-year National Strategic Plan, focusing on building robust systems for the surveillance, prevention, treatment, and control of emerging infectious diseases.

4. Practical Application of One Health Principles: Implement and showcase practical One Health activities that demonstrate successful surveillance and response strategies, such as event-based and community-based surveillance systems, simulation exercises, and workforce training programs.

5. Community Involvement and Capacity Building: Develop and expand the network of One Health units to all provinces, districts, and townships, promoting policy advocacy and active community participation in health surveillance and response, thereby enhancing grassroots capacity in managing health threats.