Thailand One Health University Network
In 2014, the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) was launched to “accelerate progress towards a world safe and secure from global health threats posed by infectious disease.” A central component of the GHSA strategy is building the capacity of the global health workforce to prevent, detect, and respond to emerging infectious diseases. Beyond the concentrated attention in the GHSA Action Package dedicated to workforce development, there are milestones throughout the 11 Action Packages which aim to equip a new, transformed, transdisciplinary workforce with the tools and capacities needed for quick detection, action and collaboration across sectors to prevent and stop disease where it starts.
One Health Workforce
- Mortality rates in Ebola survivors after hospital discharge could be five times higher compared with the general population
- Existing anti-parasitic drug could offer treatment for Ebola
- What makes some people more receptive to the idea of being vaccinated against infectious disease?
- Half of Ebola outbreaks undetected
- Vulnerability to Ebola and Lassa fever can now be properly assessed
Disease Outbreak News (DONs)
Big Data analytics of THOHUN Finance 2018
Big Data analytics of THOHUN Activities 2018