HOW CAN ONE HEALTH APPROACHES HELP RARE DISEASES?
19th January 2023 (14:00h – 15:30h CET)
Link for registration: https://tinyurl.com/mwtj2vnh
Rational: One Health is an integrated approach to complex health problems, involving human health as well as animals, food chains and ecosystems. Hence, one health tackles complexity by exploiting the added value of multidisciplinary. One Health is much valued by the WHO and other international agencies to manage issues such as the health impacts of climate changes, indeed, the field of application of one health is steadily increasing. Many rare diseases are inherently complex, as they involve genetic and environmental factors, many others, even though they recognize a genetic basis, can be importantly modulated by the physical and or social environment. This webinar intends to start a discussion on how can One Health based approaches help in rare diseases.
|Chairs:||Domenica Taruscio1, Rumen Stefanov2|
|14.10||One Health in the WHO European Regionː where are we now?
|14.40||A One Health viewpoint toward environmental risk factors in rare diseases
|15.10||Questions and Answers|
- ICORD President, National Centre for Rare Diseases, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome (Italy)
- ICORD President Elect, Institute for Rare Diseases, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)
- Division of Country Health Programmes at WHO – Europe, Copenhagen (Denmark)
- Department of Food Safety, Nutrition and Veterinary Public Health, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome (Italy), Member of the technical advisory Group on One Health – WHO Europe, Copenhagen (Denmark)