Speaking at the International School on One Health

The School of Public Health and Zoonoses, GADVASU, Ludhiana, in collaboration with the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, organized the International School on One Health, on the theme of “A Team Science Approach for Protection of Animal, Human and Environmental Health”. This event was organized under the Integrated Training Program in Infectious Diseases, Food Safety and Public Policy (ITraP) funded by NSERC, Canada, and GADVASU and the Freie University, (FU) Germany were partners in this program. I was invited to deliver a lecture on “Systematic Research Prioritization in One Health: A Strategy to Meet Global, National and Sub-National Challenges”.

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In this hour-long session, I gave a brief introduction to the systematic research priority setting exercise and discussed the experience of deploying the methodology in the International context (through the SNNDZ network), at the National Level (through PeriMilk, the PHFI-RCZI project) and at the sub-national level (at Odisha, through a collaborative approach with KKIT School of Public Health).

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