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One Health Sweden

One Health Sweden is a network of researchers with interest in zoonotic infections.

There are 33 pages tagged with One Health Sweden:

One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting 2022: Pandemics and preparedness

malin.gustavsson@slu.se Save the date 29-30 March 2022 for our next scientific meeting! The theme is “Pandemics and preparedness”. Information regarding the program, how to register etc. will be

SLU participates in investigation for strengthened Swedish work for responsible antibiotic use in livestock globally

Professor Ulf Magnusson, SLU, will be part of the investigation group, whose task is to describe and evaluate Sweden's work to bring about a more responsible and reduced use of antibiotics in

Launch-event for Uppsala Health Summit 2021 Post-Conference Report on Managing Antimicrobial Resistance through Behaviour Change

Antibiotic resistance is serious but silent challenge that requires an "all hands on deck" approach, through global commitments and national, multi-sectoral action plans – including behavioural


In the laboratory, we develop knowledge on human-environment interaction. To increase ecological validity, the research is based on smart and portable technology.


One Health EJP Annual Scientific Meeting 2021 simon.hallstan@slu.se OHEJP ASM2021 will be a unique opportunity to share your newest research results and to meet colleagues with interest in One

7th World One Health Congress

7th World One Health Congress simon.hallstan@slu.se 7th World One Health Congress, Singapore, 14-17 juni 2022 7th World One Health Congress. Singapore One Health Sweden ohs@slu.se

ONE – Health, Environment, Society – Conference 2022

ONE – Health, Environment, Society – Conference 2022 simon.hallstan@slu.se ONE – Health, Environment, Society – Conference 2022. Brussels One Health Sweden ohs@slu.se

Uppsala Health Summit: Managing Antimicrobial Resistance through Behaviour Change

Uppsala Health Summit 2021: Managing Antimicrobial Resistance through Behaviour Change malin.planting@slu.se In light of the current global pandemic, the Uppsala Health Summit 2021 will be

Closing a chapter – moving on from AgriFoSe2030 Phase I

November 2020 saw the launch of AgriFoSe2030’s second programme phase and with that, the end of its four-year long first phase, which included many milestones. For the programme to carry out its

Insights from AgriFoSe2030 projects

Smallholder farming systems make up a majority of farms in low-income countries, contributing to 50-80% of food consumed in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Yet, smallholder

New FAO-report about AMR

SLU and FAO have jointly published a new report on how a high dairy productivity can be achieved with a low use of antibiotics. The report Tackling antimicrobial use and resistance in dairy cattle:

AMR webinar

The network Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock and SLU Global hosted on 17 November a very timely webinar on the theme Antimicrobials in Low-income Countries back-to-back to the World