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2020 BC One Health and Zoonoses Symposium

Thank you for your interest and support for the 2020 BC One Health and Zoonoses Symposium!

About the Symposium

The BC One Health and Zoonoses Symposium is a collaborative, interdisciplinary forum that provides an opportunity for professionals from across BC to network and learn about health issues at the interface of human and animal health.  The Symposium program offers a broad range of topics that are relevant to professionals from a variety of disciplines. The agenda for this event will be made available closer to the date and will be posted on this webpage and handed out at the registration desk.

This year's session will be held online as a virtual event for participants to join remotely. 


Registration 

Please reserve your spot and register here. 


Videos from our 2019 Zoonoses Symposium (last year)


Paul Hasselback, Island Health: Human Rabies case in BC

Amalia Plotogea, Public Health Agency of Canada:  Salmonella Enteritidis outbreak associated with exposure to feeder rodents in BC

Laurel White, Simon Fraser University:  Comparison of antimicrobial resistance trends between companion animals and humans in BC (link not available at the moment) 

Hanna Oltean, Department of Health, Washington State:  Washington State zoonoses update

Eva Weingartl, BCCDC and Jason Nguyen, Simon Fraser University: Trends in passive tick surveillance in BC Part one;   Part two 

Brian Radke, Ministry of Agriculture and Jong Kim, Northern Health Authority: Anthrax: animal health investigation and public health response

Jane Pritchard, BC Ministry of Agriculture: Detection of Asian Giant Hornets on Vancouver Island, BC

Cait Nelson, BC Ministry of Forest, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development (FLNORD):  Chronic wasting disease surveillance in BC

Nancy de With, BC Ministry of Agriculture; Bob Cooper, Canadian Food Inspection Agency: Bovine tuberculosis investigation in BC

Pam Rydings, BC Interior Health Authority;                                   Amanda Anderson, BC Interior Health Authority: Human trichinosis case in BC from bear meat

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