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Climate Change and Zoonoses

Climate Change and Zoonoses

Climate Change and Zoonoses

Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, DACVPM (Epidemiology)
Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, DACVPM (Epidemiology)
on behalf of University at Albany, School of Public Health

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Launch date: 12 Jul 2016
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Last updated: 25 May 2021

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Description

This presentation provides an introduction and overview of climate change and zoonotic diseases, the potential impact of climate change on human and non-human animal health, vulnerable populations, and activities to address the risk including the One Health approach, mitigation, and adaption. Areas of discussion include humans, non-human domestic animals, wildlife, and the environment. Risks are summarized world-wide. Numerous links to additional information are included.

Objectives

Learn basic climate change concepts.
To learn basic concepts related to climate change as a prerequisite for examining potential associated human and non-human animal health risks.
Overall issues related to climate change and diseases
To understand overall issues related to climate change and zoonotic diseases.
Identify sources of Information
To identify diverse sources of more detailed information about climate change and health.
Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, DACVPM (Epidemiology)

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Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, DACVPM (Epidemiology)
on behalf of University at Albany, School of Public Health

Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, DACVPM (Epidemiology)
on behalf of the University at Albany School of Public Health
Millicent Eidson is a Professor with the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the University at Albany School of Public Health. She has served with the New Mexico and New York departments of health as a Research Scientist, State Public Health Veterinarian, State Environmental Epidemiologist, and Acting State Epidemiologist. Dr. Eidson received her research training at the University of Colorado (M.A., Social Psychology) and Colorado State University (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), including post-graduate coursework at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Johns Hopkins University. She began her public health career as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based at the National Cancer Institute.

Dr. Eidson has been a leader in zoonotic and non-zoonotic public health research, including numerous publications on plague, rabies, West Nile virus, and climate change. She currently serves as the co-Past President of the American Association of Food Safety and Public Health Veterinarians (AAFSPHV). She previously served as President of the American Association of Public Health Veterinarians (AAPHV), the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians (NASPHV), the Epidemiology Specialty of the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine (ACVPM), and the Alpha Gamma Chapter of the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health.

Dr. Eidson has received numerous awards, including the 2013 American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Public Service Award, the 2011 ACVPM Distinguished Diplomate Award, the 2004 American Veterinary Epidemiology Society (AVES) Honorary Diplomate Award, and the 1994 New Mexico Environmental Health Association Outstanding Contribution to Environmental Health award.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • New Mexico Board of Veterinary Medicine
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Reference: Oct. 21, 2016 Letter from Board

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Lina Lopez (16 Mar 2021)
Da los conceptos esenciales para tener una buena base sobre el tema
Dr Miguel Angel Sierra Zabala (16 Mar 2021)
Very nice facilito
andrea leon (16 Mar 2021)
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