Emerging and Exotic Diseases of Food Animals Threaten Global Food Security
Date:Thursday, May 28, 2015
Clarence Hartley Covault Distinguished Professor
Director, Center for Food Security and Public Health
Executive Director, Institute for International Cooperation in Animal Biologics
College of Veterinary Medicine
Iowa State University
New diseases of food animals are emerging at an increasing rate and are spreading regionally and globally. Many of the same factors leading to emergence of human diseases are responsible for the emergence of animal diseases, and many of the animal diseases are zoonotic. The challenges of controlling emerging food animal diseases are very different in intensive animal agriculture and small holder animal production and depend upon the veterinary and public health infrastructure available. During the COCA call, participants will learn about reasons for the increasing rate of emergence of food animal diseases, some specific examples, challenges for their control, and implications for public health and food security.
At the conclusion of the session, the participant will be able to accomplish the following:
- Review recent examples of emerging diseases of food animals
- Discuss reasons for emergence and dissemination of diseases of food animals
- Describe challenges for control of zoonotic and non-zoonotic food animal diseases
- Suggest infrastructure changes needed to improve prevention and control of food animal diseases
- Audio conference call on 5/28/15: 2:00 - 3:00 PM
- Web-on-demand training after 3:00 PM on 5/28/15
- Materials: PowerPoint slide set
- Activity number:WCWD2286(SC)
- Date of origination/renewal:December 12, 2013
- Date of expiration:December 12, 2015
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- Support/Funding:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Emergency Risk Communications Branch
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- Fees:COCA continuing education credits are free.
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