Objectives:


  • Sensitize and converge stakeholders on a common platform to network and discuss the development of One-Health Science
  • Develop the idea of an integrated approach to human, animal and environmental health as thebest solution to unmet needs in health
  • Draw attention togrowing problem of antimicrobial resistance, challenges across the food chain and practices around use of antibiotics in human and animal health
  • Importance of superior food safety norms and practices; and development of better and safer medicines for zoonotic and emerging infectious diseases
  • Engage policymaker and industry in a multi-stakeholder discussion and trigger engagement in developing and adopting One-Healthsolutions
  • Bridge the gap between evidence based research and health policies
  • Showcase new innovations and technologies by the industry, research organizations, community groups, individuals etc
  • Fostering partnership among the key playersnationally and globally-to achieve the best health for humans, animals and our environment


  • Session


    Session 1:Resisting theMicrobial resistance
  • Global threat of Microbial resistance
  • Emerging diseasesin One Health due to antibiotic abuse- need for sensitization amongst clinicians
  • Need for preventive care

  • Session 2: Addressing Zoonotic and Infectious diseases
  • Assessing the impact and preparedness to handle antimicrobial and antibiotic focus diseases, eg: Rabies, TB, Leptospirosis
  • Need for disease surveillance and their business case

  • Session 3:Moving beyond the traditional Vaccines and Drug Discovery
  • Research trends and drivers in drugs and vaccine development for human and animal health
  • Expanding portfolio of current vaccines

  • Session 4: Achieving Food Safety and Sustainability in One health
  • Prevention of food hazards-biological, physical and chemical – to ensure Food safety in the value chain for feeding the world safely and sustainably
  • Harmonization of food safety regulations-globally

  • Session 5: Increasing role of disease diagnosis in designing treatment course
  • New trends, acceptance, adoption
  • Need for developing population based tests for genetic uniqueness
  • Consolidation the fragmented the sector
  • Regulating diagnostics for quality control

  • Session 6: Science and Health Policy Connectedness
  • Disease Risk Assessment
  • Managing communicable/zoonotic diseases by Public health outreach for prevention of diseases: milk examination in Mastitis, companion animals for leptospirosis


    1. Program Venue & Date


      Venue: March, 2018; Delhi