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Technical Items

presented to the OIE World Assembly of Delegates or to OIE Regional Commissions

2017

85th General Session (Paris, 21–26 May 2017)

Global action to alleviate the threat of antimicrobial resistance: progress and opportunities for future activities under the ‘One Health’ initiative (Khadija Id Sidi Yahia)

Public–private partnerships: expectations of private sector partners for international animal health and livestock sector development programmes (S.J. Thevasagayam, I. Dieuzy-Labaye & E. Tagliaro)

2016

84th General Session (Paris, 22–27 May 2016)

The economics of animal health: direct and indirect costs of animal disease outbreaks(Jonathan Rushton & Will Gilbert)

Combatting antimicrobial resistance through a One Health approach: actions and OIE strategy (Jean-Pierre Orand, Gérard Moulin & Elisabeth Erlacher Vindel)

27th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe (Lisbon, Portugal, 19–23 September 2016)

Control and elimination of rabies in Europe: challenges and strategies for a rabies-free Europe (T. Müller, C. M. Freuling, C. Stoffel & G. Torres)

Lumpy skin disease: current situation in Europe and neighbouring regions and necessary control measures to halt the spread in south-east Europe (E. Tuppurainen & N. Galon)

23rd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas (Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, 14–18 November 2016)

Implementation and maintenance of animal traceability in the Americas: overview of current status and impact for international trade (Eric Aubin)

Highly pathogenic avian influenza: challenges encountered and measures for preventing its spread (Michael David)

2015

83rd General Session (Paris, 24–29 May 2015)

The use of information technology in animal health management, disease reporting, surveillance, and emergency response (Tammy R. Beckham & Lindsey K. Holmstrom)

21st Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa (Rabat, Morocco, 16–20 February 2015)

Impact of neglected diseases on animal productivity and public health in Africa (Delia Grace, Mwansa Songe & Theo Knight-Jones)

Cross border movements of animals and animal products and their relevance to the epidemiology of animal diseases in Africa (Mohammed Bouslikhane)

29th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Asia, the Far East and Oceania (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 14–18 September 2015)

The role of Veterinary Services in managing emerging aquatic animal diseases: what are the factors needed for success? (Ingo Ernst)

How can we progress the cooperation between animal health sector and public health sector? (Thanawat Tiensin & Teerasak Chuxnum)

13th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Middle East (Kaslik, Lebanon, 10–14 November 2015)

Control of rabies in the Middle East region, with emphasis on stray dog control (Hassan Aidaros)

The use of non-structural proteins to differentiate between vaccinated and infected animals (Donald P. King, Anna Ludi, Ginette Wilsden, Satya Parida & David J. Paton)

2014

82nd General Session (Paris, 25–30 May 2014)

Criteria and factors for rational prioritisation of animal diseases that should be covered by public health policies (François Gary)

African swine fever: new challenges and measures to prevent its spread (J.M. Sánchez-Vizcaíno, L. Mur, A. Sanchez Matamoros & B. Martínez López)

26th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe (Bern, Switzerland, 22–26 September 2014)

Animal health and welfare in the light of natural disasters and bioterrorism (Gary Vroegindewey)

Porcine epidemic diarrhoea: current global situation and possible threat for Europe (Harpreet Kochhar)

22nd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas (Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 10–14 November 2014)

Veterinary education on aquatic animals and its impact on aquatic animal disease control strategies in the region (Alicia Gallardo Lagno, Mauricio Flores, Marcela Lara Fica , Rodolfo Reyes Quinteros & Ricardo Enríquez)

Implementation of the compartmentalisation concept: practical experience and perspectives (Sarah Kahn & Francisco Muzio Llado)

2013

81st General Session (Paris, 26–31 May 2013)

Modern approaches and the use of new technologies for the control and eradication of aquatic and terrestrial animal diseases that fully consider animal welfare and minimize the impact on food security (Elizabeth A. Lautner, Kathe E. Bjork, Bruce Wagner, Beth Harris)

Benefits and challenges posed by the worldwide expansion of equestrian events – New standards for the population of competition horses and equine disease free zones (EDFZ) in countries (Gardner Murray, Susanne Münstermann, Kenneth Lam)

20th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa (Lome, Togo, 18–22 February 2013)

Promoting intra-Africa trade in animals and animal products (Adrien Mankor)

The importance of integrating animal welfare, environmental health and veterinary legislation in improving food security and contributing to agricultural gross domestic product in Africa (Mohammed Msigara Bahari)

12th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Middle East (Amman, Jordan, 23–26 September 2013)

Continuing education and incorporation of the 'One Health' concept (MacDonald Farnham, William Hueston

Proper application of halal slaughter (Hassan Aidaros)

28th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Asia, the Far East and Oceania (Cebu, Philippines, 18–22 November 2013)

The use of cost–benefit analysis in animal disease control, including practical examples from the Region (Tim Carpenter)

PRRS control in the Region (Tung Nguyen)

2012

80th General Session (Paris, 20–25 May 2012)

 

National and international experiences and roles in previous and future developments in the 'One World, One Health' approach (Kathleen Glynn)

25th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe (Fleesensee, Germany, 17-21 September 2012)

The role of wildlife in the control of domestic animal diseases (Marc Artois)

Regional steps towards a common animal welfare approach in Europe (Etienne Bonbon)

21st Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas (Bridgetown, Barbados, 26-29 November 2012)

Disaster management: the role and preparedness of veterinary services (Ernesto Mendoza Mainegra, María Irian Percedo Abreu)

Innovative strategies for strengthening regional animal health networks (Thierry Lefrançois, Mark Trotman, Victor Gongora, Kathian Hackshaw, Margaret Kalloo, Jennifer Pradel)

2011

79th General Session (Paris, 22–27 May 2011)

Contribution of veterinary activities to global food security for food derived from terrestrial and aquatic animals (Pascal Bonnet, Renaud Lancelot, Henri Seegers, Dominique Martinez)

Implementation of global strategy for FMD control (Joseph Domenech)

19th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa (Kigali, Rwanda, 14–18 February 2011)

Livestock census in Africa as a vital tool for livestock disease surveillance and control (Neo J. Mapitse, M. Letshwenyo)

Main pathologies of camels, breeding of camels, constraints, benefits and perspectives (Mehdi El Harrak, Bernard Faye, Mohammed Bengoumi)

11th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Middle East (Beirut, Lebanon, 3–6 October 2011)

Preparation of veterinary strategic plan and cost–benefit analysis (Marcos Gallacher)

Extension programmes dedicated to the activities of the Veterinary Services (George Khoury)

27th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Asia, the Far East and Oceania (Tehran, Iran, 19–23 November 2011)

Active participation of OIE Members in the development of the OIE Codes (Stuart C MacDiarmid)

Epidemiological developments and control of FMD in Asia (Kenichi Sakamoto)

2010

78th General Session (Paris, 23–28 May 2010)

A private sector perspective on private standards. Some approaches that could help to reduce current and potential future conflicts between public and private standards (M. Robach)

24th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe (Astana, Kazakhstan, 20–24 September 2010)

The dependence of the effective border controls on appropriate resources deployment and enhanced international cooperation (H. Meyer-Gerbaulet, H.L. Batho, D. Grozdanova)

Early detection and contingency plans for African swine fever (J.M. Sánchez-Vizcaíno)

20th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas (Montevideo, Uruguay, 16–19 November 2010)

Climate change and links to animal diseases and animal production (W. Oyhantçabal, E. Vitale, P. Lagarmilla)

OIE strategy for the control and eradication of foot and mouth disease at regional and global levels (G. Brückner, V.E. Saraiva-Vieira)

2009

77th General Session (Paris, 24–29 May 2009)

Impact of climate change and environmental changes on emerging and re-emerging animal disease and animal production (P. Black, M. Nunn)

18th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa (N'Djamena, Chad, 23–27 February 2009)

Challenges faced by African products of animal origin in accessing world markets (G.K. Brückner)

The impact of brucellosis on the economy and public health in Africa (A.J. Akakpo, A. Teko-Agbo, Ph. Koné)

10th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Middle East (Doha, Qatar, 26–29 October 2009

Capabilities of veterinary laboratories in the region – Needs to improve animal disease diagnostic (E.A.M. El Ebiary)

An approach to developing coordinated and harmonised actions for the control of brucellosis (V. Caporale)

26th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Asia, the Far East and Oceania (Shanghai, People's Republic of China, 16–20 November 2009)

Influenza development, including H1N1, surveillance and post-vaccination monitoring of H5N1 (H. Kida)

The development of disease-free zones for equine diseases (G. Murray)

2008

76th General Session (Paris, 25–30 May 2008)

Participation of small farmers in animal health programmes (D. Grace, C. Jost, G. Macgregor-Skinner, J. C. Mariner)

Implication of private standards in international trade of animals and animal products (C. Wolff, M. Scannell)

23rd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe (Vilnius, Lithuania, 16–19 September 2008)

Practical application of OIE standards and guidelines on compartmentalisation (A. B. Thiermann)

Bluetongue control strategy, including recourse to vaccine (V. Caporale)

19th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas (Havana, Cuba, 17–21 November 2008)

Biotechnology and its application to veterinary science (C. G. Borroto)

Implementation of OIE international standards by OIE Members (H. Rojas)

2007

75th General Session (Paris, 20–25 May 2007)

The use of epidemiological models for the management of animal diseases (C. Dubé, G. Garner, M. Stevenson, R. Sanson, C. Estrada, P. Willeberg)

The role of Reference Laboratories and Collaborating Centres in providing permanent support for the objectives and mandates of the OIE (A.A. Gajadhar)

17th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa (Asmara, Eritrea, 26 February – 1 March 2007)

A strategy for strengthening national epidemiological surveillance systems in Africa (A. M. Hassan)

Harmonisation of the registration and control of veterinary medicinal products in Africa (I. Dare)

9th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Middle East (Damascus, Syria, 29 October – 1 November 2007)

The role of Veterinary Statutory Bodies and Associations in the promotion of the veterinary profession and upgrading of Veterinary Services (P. Economides)

The role of Global Geographic Information System (GIS) system in the control and prevention of animal diseases (K. Ben Jebara)

25th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Asia, the Far East and Oceania (Queenstown, New Zealand, 26–30 November 2007)

Emerging and re-emerging diseases in Asia and the Pacific, with special emphasis on porcine epidemic diarrhoea (R.G. Morales, A.C. Umandal, C.A. Lantican)

Animal production food safety in Asia: Development of on-farm food safety in Thailand’s poultry industry (S. Kanarat)

2006

74th General Session (Paris, 21–26 May 2006)

Future approaches needed to ensure that veterinary education meets societal demands (R. Ugarte)

Economic and social justification of investment in animal health and zoonoses (F. Le Gall)

22nd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe (Lyon, France, 25–29 September 2006)

Epidemiological surveillance and on-farm inspections: rural veterinary network, public–private sector relations, training of farmers and veterinarians (G. Ferri)

Live animals and food smuggling: current practices and prevention and repression tools (D. Reynolds, G. Taylor, M. Sabirovic, N. Coulson)

18th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas (Florianopolis, Brazil, 28 November – 2 December 2006)

Animal welfare in the Americas (C. Gallo)

Mechanisms for farmer compensation (F. Muzio)

 

 

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