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One Health Circle - Community-based monitoring - Community-based solutions - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea Marie Moneo Kormylo
20:03
You can view a recording of this presentation tomorrow at: https://research.ucalgary.ca/one-health/news-events-and-publications/past-events
Kathleen Doobay
21:39
Sorry I was a few minutes late. Thank you for letting me in Kyra.
Kathleen Doobay
25:02
In Toronto, Ontario, Canada, I acknowledge the land I live, play and work on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.
Kathleen Doobay
32:06
Acknowledging this is recorded, is it available after and are we able to post on social media? Thanks, Twitter: @KathleenDoobay
Michele Anholt
32:49
Hi Kathleen, yes the link to the recording will be available and can be posted but not the recording itself
Kathleen Doobay
33:21
Ok, thank you, Michele. Great to see you, and everyone.
Eugene Janzen
01:10:14
Have we measured human disease from Brucella spp or Erysipelothrix spp in Nunavut communities
Eugene Janzen
01:16:13
Kyra:
Eugene Janzen
01:17:00
Sorry, do you investigators come across Wild Boar
Warren Wilson
01:17:03
Thank you Kyra and Susan for a sharing this inspiring work. I wonder if you ever need to negotiate disagreements within the communities concerning the work you and your collaborators are doing. I'm afraid I've no idea how decisions are reached in these communities.
Darrel Rowledge
01:17:29
Were you able to determine the source of the brucellosis, and are there indications of genetic variance or different pathology or transfer to other species?
Eugene Janzen
01:18:02
Great work and presentations
Kathleen Doobay
01:18:38
Translation of communication, language and copyright. Wonderful presentations! Thank you, Kyra and Susan and Everyone.
Eugene Janzen
01:20:00
Sorry, my phone rings. I will leave. But Thank you!
michel.levy
01:20:00
Thank you very much for these great presentations
Berna-Dean’s iPad
01:20:34
Hi Susan, Are there any studies looking at connections between foraging patterns and disease prevalence across locations. I am curious about foraging behaviour and disease. Are there certain plants foraged more frequently ( if available), in diseased animals or preventatively in healthier populations?
Chinyere Eunice Nwafor-Okoli
01:22:46
Thank you Susan and Kyra! This is a great One Health topic!
bonniebuntain
01:22:58
Kyra would you be interested in meeting and possibly collaborating with the Navajo nation in Arizona especially to share your projects and applying One Health approach?
Berna-Dean’s iPad
01:23:09
Thank you Krya and Susan for such engaging and inspiring presentations.
Kyra Northwest
01:23:27
Hi Bonnie, yes for sure! Always willing to work together 😄
Frederick John Wrona
01:23:41
Kyra and Susan - many thanks for the great presentations and providing further insights into the importance of recognizing and utilizing multiple knowledge systems in addressing complex environmental and human health issues. Also you've highlighted the importance of community-based engagement in research/monitoring design, interpretation of data and communication of results.
pamsterling
01:24:10
Fabulous, thought provoking presentation, that you so much for a very informative knowledge sharing session.
Kyra Northwest
01:24:32
Thank you Fred!
Kyra Northwest
01:24:41
Ay hay kakiyaw
Grace Payne
01:24:46
Thank you for such an interesting presentation Kyra and Susan!!
Yara Cavalcante
01:24:56
Thank you very much Susan and Kyra for these great presentations today