MyOHUN Annual Meeting 2018

The MyOHUN Annual Meeting 2018 was held in Swiss-Garden Beach Resort, Kuantan from
6 th to 7 th October 2018. Prof. Dr. Hair Bejo, MyOHUN Chairman, welcomed all participants
and thanked everyone for their contribution in Year 4. The meeting continued with the
presentations from Project Leaders, Researchers, and Student Club Advisors who had
completed their activities and researches under MyOHUN. The presentations highlighted
some of the achievement and challenges while conducting the program, also the lesson
learned to increase the impact of the activity.

The meeting then continued with pre-planning discussion on Year 5 activities. The result of
the discussion was then presented the next day which each presentation emphasis on added
values and improvements from activities that continued from previous years.

Workshop on Training the trainers on One Health Integrated Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Surveillance Manual

Workshop on Training the trainers on One Health Integrated Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Surveillance Manual was held on 25th and 26th September 2018 in The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya to improve understanding among laboratory and surveillance personnel on One Health Integrated AMR Surveillance manual. Eighty-nine participants from the Ministry of Health, Department of Veterinary Services, National Public Health Laboratory, Department of Fisheries, Institute of Medical Research, Fisheries Research Institute, State Health Departments, Health Clinics, Hospitals, Laboratories and MyOHUN participated in this workshop.

IN-SITU One Health Problem Based Learning for Animal and Human Health

The IN-SITU One Health Problem Based Learning for Animal and Human Health was held for the fourth time this year from 14 to 16 September and from 21 to 23 September. The program was held at the Deer Breeding Centre, The Department of Veterinary Services, Lenggong and Matang Mangrove Forest, Kuala Sepetang, Perak.

 

With the objective of the activity to expose students to the application of the theories learned in class at the pre-clinical level to the problem investigation used by the One Health concept, a total of 174 students from various backgrounds, each contributing to the unique aspect of One Health – Biomedical Science, Medicine, Forestry, Environmental Health and Veterinary Medicine involved in the program.