Network for Evaluation of One Health (NEOH) Workshop , Malta, 16 – 17 January 2017

NEOH workshop, Malta, 16-17 January 2017

During 16th– 17th January 2017 in Malta, representative of SECID took part in the Workshop and Management Committee Meeting organized by Trans-Domain COST Action TD1404 - Network for Evaluation of One Health (NEOH). This workshop was focused on the presentation and discussion of the results from the NEOH case studies. The case study leaders and their collaborators presented the work conducted, and gave feedback on the handbook.

Leishmania meeting in WHO Headquarters-Geneva

A leishmania meeting was held in WHO headquarters- Geneva, on 15 December 2016.  The objective of the meeting explained by José A. Ruiz Postigo, head of the leishmaniasis control programme and Elkhan Gasimov, focal point for vector borne diseases at WHO European Region office in Copenhagen, was to discuss in detail how can be improved the reporting system between European countries and WHO.

International Conference on Zoology and Zoonoses, Hissar, Bulgaria

International Conference on Zoology and Zoonoses,  October 26-28, 2016, Hissar, Bulgaria

The International Conference on Zoology and Zoonoses has been held in Hissar, Bulgaria, from the 26th to 28th of October,  2016. The goal was to provide an opportunity for a dynamic exchange of information, ideas and scientific discoveries in light of recent climate changes and the associated epidemiological risk for public health. The Conference was aimed at experts from various fields of zoology, as well as microbiologists, vets and epidemiologists.

Sentinel site visits in Macedonia

Sentinel Sites Visits in Macedonia, July - September 2016

In the period 22 July - 29 September 2016, teams from the Institute of Public Health (IPH)  composed by one epidemiologist and one person from the lab for virology and molecular diagnosis,  performed  sentinel site visits to 14 sentinel ILI sites and 3 sentinel SARI sites. For the visit, a unique form to conduct sentinel site visit was used and reports are prepared for every sentinel site. The number of staff included in the surveillance is from 2 to 4 and it is always a team of one medical doctor and one nurse. All of them have good evidence and can find required data at any time.