Pilot Study for Assessment of MyOHUN One Health Training Impact

Calling all alumni for: 

  1. Community Education Belum
  2. Field Epidemiology Training Program
  3. In-Situ Problem Based Learning
  4. One Health Young Leader
  5. Table Top Simulation
  6. Wildlife Zoonoses

MyOHUN is currently conducting an assessment on the impact of our activities in which you have been a participant previously. We are currently conducting a pilot study and would like to invite you to participate.

If you agree to participate, please fill in the related link on the training program that you had joined:


* Note: If you had joined more than one training programs, kindly select the link for your most recent training program.

Community Education Belum:
https://forms.gle/zPAHsTNdoedmhtu79

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Field Epidemiology Training Program:
https://forms.gle/oggKTU6Giu5dTXEo8

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In-Situ Problem Based Learning:
https://forms.gle/1CGaMt9nfkTq8X1t6

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One Health Young Leaders:
https://forms.gle/TesqPAmKTdK7pCh38

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Table Top Simulation:
https://forms.gle/BXPwnwwSePMUjKYD7

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Wildlife Zoonoses:
https://forms.gle/hY7hgBHGyiyASSHr6

Your participation in this pilot study will be valuable for us to evaluate the activities and work towards improvements.   Thank you in advance for your kind attention and participation. We look forward to your positive response. Please do not hesitate to share this activity to your friends

Virtual Focus Group Discussion

Calling all alumni for: 

  1. Community Education Belum
  2. Field Epidemiology Training Program
  3. In-Situ Problem Based Learning
  4. One Health Young Leader
  5. Table Top Simulation
  6. Wildlife Zoonoses

MyOHUN is currently conducting an assessment on the impact of our activities in which you have been a participant previously. 

On this note, we are organizing a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and would like to invite you in the discussion for the assessment exercise. The discussion shall take about one to one and half hours.

The details of the FGD are:

Date: 8 MAY 2021
Time: 10 AM
Platform: Virtual

OR

Date: 9 MAY 2021
Time: 10.30 AM
Platform: Virtual

If you agree to participate, please register in the following link:

https://forms.gle/E2vfDsAuN4yfHC518

The link for the focus group discussion will be sent after you have registered. Your comments/opinions in the discussion group will be valuable for us to evaluate the activities and work towards improvements.  

Thank you in advance for your kind attention and participation. We look forward to your positive response. Please do not hesitate to share this activity.

Calling for Volunteers to Assist the National Crisis Preparedness Response Centre (CPRC), Ministry of Health

Dear MyOHUN members and all those receiving this message,

Hope everyone is keeping well and staying safe. With the increase in the recent number of COVID-19 cases, the Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC), is still in need for volunteers to come forward to assist in all states. Specifically, there is an urgent need for volunteers at Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam. 


If you are medical personnel, academician, undergraduate or postgraduate student especially with medical or health-related training, please come forward and volunteer your services. For those not in the medical backgrounds but think you can assist, you can still register and CPRC will decide whether to call upon you or not.

Students are highly encouraged to volunteer. For students, their job scope includes crowd control, registration, logistics and data entry. Please be sure to abide by the university rules and regulations.  Academicians handling relevant undergraduate or postgraduate programs are welcome to forward this email and the link to your students to call for volunteers.
If you think you can assist, please come forward. To register as a volunteer, please use the link below:
https://forms.gle/UE1JqaYwCNGEYqVp8

There is no deadline for this form. CPRC will contact you directly if you are chosen to volunteer. If you have any queries or concerns, please contact Dr. Kugi (Bahagian Kawalan Penyakit, Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia) at 03-88834111 or email: mobilisasicovid19@gmail.com. MyOHUN NCO will update CPRC from time to time on the updated list of volunteers.  

We would also like to seek your kind assistance in forwarding this request by the Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC). Please forward this email/message to anyone you think is relevant including NGOs, non-MyOHUN members and students via WhatsApp, Facebook, Telegram and other messaging or social media platforms.

Thank you in advance for your kind assistance in forwarding this request and let’s do our part in assisting those in need and changing the course of this pandemic.
‘Kita Jaga Kita’

SEAOHUN 2021 Regional Students Competition.

Calling all Undergraduate and Graduate students from all MyOHUN member universities!

SEAOHUN, supported by the USAID One Health Workforce – Next Generation (OHW-NG) project and Chevron, is pleased to announce an online regional students One Health competition on Risk of Zoonotic Diseases. T

he winning teams will be fully sponsored to participate in a Regional One Health Students Summit in Malaysia which will be conducted in-person in 2022!

Kindly see the link below for the SEAOHUN 2021 Regional Students Competition Announcement materials for more information:

You can download all the material here: https://drive.google.com/…/1c4VW…
To visit SEOHUN’s web page: https://www.seaohun.org/student-activities

Should you have any questions or any inquiry about the competition please do not hesitate to reach out to SEAOHUN’s Program Manager (Ms. Olesya) at olesya@seaohun.org

Webinar: Roles & Challenges of Gender in Zoonotic Diseases

Register NOW!

MyOHUN cordially invites everyone to our upcoming Webinar entitled “Roles & Challenges of Gender in Zoonotic Diseases”. MyOHUN is progressing towards gender-sensitive programmes and activities to achieve gender equality. The integration of gender in zoonotic diseases is critical to be considered at every level of the One Health workforce which includes planning, policy development, program implementation, and program evaluation. A successful and sustainable workforce will have the capacity to address gender norms, gender-related barriers/constraints, gender roles, and gender relations, and will embed gender mainstreaming, gender equity, and fair treatment for all genders throughout its systems, operations, and institutional structures. Therefore, having these goals in MyOHUN implementation of sustainable programs, two webinars will be conducted consequently, starting from this first webinar to address the gender issues in zoonoses.

The details of the Webinar are as follows:
Date: 8 April 2021
Time: 2.30pm – 4.30pm (Malaysia Time)
The Webinar is free and you will need to register at the following link:https://forms.gle/AXK6wjYeRq2KrXdW8

The link to the Webinar will be sent later after you have registered. For more information, please see the attached poster and program. Feel free to share this post your friends and other interested groups. See you all on 8 April!

Advanced Course on Diagnostics (ACDx)Special Edition on COVID-19

Advanced Course on Diagnostics (ACDx) Special Edition on COVID-19
March 15-17, 2021

The Mérieux Foundation and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) are organizing a virtual 3-day seminar aimed to highlighting the crucial role of diagnostics in the management of a pandemic such as that of COVID-19.

Participation to the conference is FREE.

Dates and times (Malaysia time):
Mar 15, 2021 07:00 PM
Mar 16, 2021 07:00 PM
Mar 17, 2021 07:00 PM

Register for the ACDx Special Edition on COVID-19

Planetary Health Webinar – Series No.2

Date:19 February 2021
Time:3pm to 4.30pm
Theme: Planetary Health Series: Siri 2


Speakers:
1)Associate Prof Dr Saiful Arif Abdullah,Senior Fellow,Institute for Environment and Development(LESTARI) UKM Bangi.
Topic: Biodiversiti dan Alam Sekitar

2) Dr Hani Kartini Agustar, Senior Lecturer, School of Earth Sciences and Environment, Faculty Science and Environment.
Topic: Malaria..satu ancaman yg serius.

To register, please scan the QR Code on the poster.

ZooCov – Webinar on Surveillance and Evaluation for Integrated Wildlife Monitoring

Under the ANR project “ZooCov: Toward an integrated surveillance of potential zoonotic Betacoronavirus in the wild animal value chains of Cambodia”, the Cirad, IPC, WCS and IDE are organising a series of 8 webinars entittled:

“Surveillance and evaluation for integrated wildlife monitoring”

from the 4th February to the 01st March 2021

The webinars will cover topics about Syndromic, wildlife and OH surveillance, qualitative approaches and evaluation (methods and tools) of surveillance systems.

The speakers are all recognized researchers in their field belonging to CIRAD, WCS or IDE. The talks will be organized
every Monday and Thursday for 2 hours until March. You can find attached the leaflet of the webinar with the agenda and some information about the project.

The first session will start this Thursday, February 4 at 2 pm (Malaysia time) with an introduction on surveillance systems presented by F. Goutard (Cirad Bangkok – GREASE coordinator), the presentation will be followed by questions and discussion, and will end before 3pm.

The link to the presentation will be sent to you when you register, please contact Miss Kunthea to register: sokkunthea22@yahoo.com
The recording of the presentation will be available on the Grease website: http://www.grease-network.org

Online Webinar: The Re-emergence of Rabies Posing a Transnational Threat to Public Health

Organised by the International Veterinary Students Association Selangor, Malaysia in collaboration with the One Health Students Club UPM and MyOHUN.

This webinar aims to create awareness of the on-going rabies outbreak in the Eastern part of Malaysia, Sarawak and to highlight the importance of a one health approach to control and manage the outbreak. The objectives we wish to achieve from the event includes raising awareness about rabies burden in Malaysia, understanding its significant impact on public health and the importance of anti-rabies vaccination and other means of control. We would like to develop a holistic understanding regarding multi-agency collaboration to prevent and eradicate human rabies.

To register, please go to the following link:https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSf84gApxNUt2g…/viewformHappy New Year and see you all on 9 January 2021!