GRF Davos One Health Summit

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GRF Davos One Health Summit

  1. 1. NE HEALTH ONE PLANET ONE FUTURE GRF One Health Summit 2012 One Health - One Planet - One Future Risks and Opportunities International Conference 19-22 February 2012 Davos, Switzerland 3rd Announcement Programme & ExhibitionGlobal Risk ForumGRF Davos onehealth.grforum.org
  2. 2. Chairman’s Statement As an earthquake engineer by education, my daily work unfolded around cost-effective risk management of natural or technical hazards for sustainable development on a global scale. My professional interest in public health might therefore not be straight forward at first sight. However, the direct inter-linkages are manifold. For instance, in the aftermath of a natural disaster the population affected immediately faces health threats not only from injuries suffered but also epidemics prompted by interruptions in sanitation services. A different Dr Walter Ammann, example is currently shown in Japan, where radiological President GRF Davos contamination as a consequence of a cascading effect led to a nuclear catastrophe and puts thousands of people at risk. Holistically managing such health threats is in line with our „From Thoughts to Action“ multi-measures and multi-stakeholder risk management solution at GRF Davos. One Health – a school of thought by closely linking practice, science, that acknowledges the systemic nature of public health by linking human, animal and environmental factors – policy and decision making in the provides an excellent basis for doing so. I am looking forward to discuss innovative measures search for sustainable solutions. for integrative health risk management at the GRF One Health Summit 2012 with representatives from the health workforce, agriculture, pharmaceutical and food industry, science and policy. Dr Walter J. Ammann President and CEO Global Risk Forum GRF Davos Chairman GRF One Health Summit 20122 3
  3. 3. What does “One Health” stand for?Integration of Human, Animal and Environmental Integrative ComponentsHealth in close relation to Agricultural Production of One Health are:and Food Safety/Security Human HealthPublic health is not only determined by socio- Animal Healtheconomic factors, but also significantly influenced Environmental Healthby animal health, the environment, agricultural Food Safety and Security ONE HEALTHfood production and food safety and security. AgricultureFor instance, the avian and swine influenzaimpressively demonstrate health related human- th Animanimal interference; environmental pollution is Heal al H man ea ltha significant driver of cancer or allergies, and a Husociety’s nutrition pattern strongly influences publichealth.Bundled under the term “One Health”, the GRFOne Health Summit 2012 addresses health at theinterface of human-, animal- and environmentalhealth and ties the knot to food safety and security.Striving for intensified collaboration among expertsand practitioners from the different sectors anddisciplines tangent to such a comprehensive healthperspective, especially the pharmaceutical and food y E nvindustry as well as health insurers engagement will u r itprovide significant added value. i ro Sec nm y& en al f et Sa t He a lt od h Fo Agriculture4 5
  4. 4. Why support One Health? The Integrative Risk Management Approach:Towards Integrative Health Risk Management – How to cope with the broad array of risks and disasters society is facingCollaboration among Sectors and Disciplines for today?Cost-Effective Overall Risk Reduction A multi- sectors, multi- stakeholders and multi- disciplines approach is needed to assess and reduce risks and manage risks and disasters at allThe Global Risk Forum GRF Davos actively promotes levels. Inter- and transdisciplinarity is essential.and fosters an integrative approach in managingenvironmental, technical, societal or economicrisks. Such a holistic method must account for The multi measures approach along the risk cycle inmultiple hazards and integrate the knowledge of Integrative Risk Managementall disciplines in order to produce cost-effective Integrative risk reduction and disaster management impliesmeasures. vulnerability reduction and resilience increase. A multi-The concept of One Health asks for more, better and measures approach along the risk cycle including prevention,closer cooperation between the many actors and intervention and recovery is required.agents related to health. GRF Davos aims to poolthe two concepts of One Health and Integrative Risk vulnberaManagement to save lives and livelihoods, improve bili typublic health and reduce costs. Additionally, much reattention is given to issues regarding agricultural PR du Y E ER cproduction and food safety and security. This tio VEintegrative management strategy is a key tool to OV n NTensure sustainable public health in an era of climate REC IONchange, resource depletion, land degradation,urbanisation, hunger and development challenges. TE IN re RV DISAST ER s il en E N TI ON i ce in c r ea s e6 7
  5. 5. What will be achieved? Thematic Context Uniquely, the GRF One Health Summit 2012 addresses the future of truly integrative health risk management in the context of the following areas ofThe “Davos One Health Action Plan” selected health risks, important cross-cutting themes and instruments for applicable solutions:The envisaged outcomes of the GRF One HealthSummit 2012 are to further explore, advance andagree on the need for a global integrative One Health Cross Cutting Themesapproach, to advocate and mobilize resources for Corporate Social Responsibility Governance, Subsidiarity, Economics / Finance Millennium Development Goals, Rio +20closer cooperation between regions, disciplines, Human Animal/Wildlife Interactionsectors and the growing variety of stakeholders, Communicationto investigate the need for a global subsidiarity & Outreachprinciple and to promote enhanced PPP-models. Health Risk Areas Urban EnvironmentThe conference shall end by approving the “Davos Health Risk InstrumentsOne Health Action Plan”, pinpointing ways on howto achieve added value by multi-sectorial and Food & Agriculture Managementmulti-stakeholder cooperation. Public-Private Climate Change, Ecosystems, Water Partnership Emerging Diseases Education & Research Non-Communicable Diseases, Allergies Outcomes Davos `ONE HEALTH´ Action Plan8 9
  6. 6. Specific Topics, Methodologies, Toolsand FrameworksSpecific Topics for Abstract Submission Methodologies, Tools and Frameworks for Abstract SubmissionPublic Health Environment Global Change & Health Risk Management Financial Tools Capacity Enhancementhealthcare services biodiversity Sustainable Development best practice financing methods capacity buildingpandemics ecosystem goods & climate change ethics & stewardship funding strategies educationpet animals services demographics integrative risk insurance research, innovation &pharmaceuticals, fisheries & wildlife displacement & migration management sustainable investments technologyvaccination & resistances land degradation globalisation intervention/response social learning &public health logistics & transportation poverty recovery/rehabilitation behavioural changesanitation & hygiene natural hazards sustainable development resilience & adaptationsocio-economic pollution urbanisation best practicedeterminants resource depletion water & energyDiseases Food & Agriculture Early Warning & Collaborationallergies agricultural production Prevention alliances & partnershipscommunicable diseases agro chemistry early warning communicationemerging diseases biofuel monitoring, surveillance & corporate sociallifestyle diseases food design early detection responsibilitymental illnesses food safety & security predictive modeling institutionsnon-communicable preparedness One Health strategiesdiseases policy & governancewildlife diseases public diplomacyzoonoses10 11
  7. 7. Programme Programme StructureThe GRF One Health Summit 2012 features various Thur, Fri, Sat, 18.02 Sun, 19.02 Mon, 20.02.2012 Tue, 21.02.2012 Wed, 22.02.2012session formats such as workshops, parallel 23.02 24.02sessions and plenary panel discussions. Exhibition Exhibition Exhibition Pre Conferences & Workshops 8.30-10.00 Plenary I Parallel Sessions Semi-Plenary VII Semi-Plenary VIIIThe GRF One Health Summit 2012 programme Break Break Breakconsists to a large part of topical plenary sessionswith keynote presentations and panel debates. 10.30-12.00 Plenary II Plenary V Plenary IX Post ConferencesAccepted contributions submitted to the call for Networking Lunch in Exhibition & Workshopsabstracts will be presented in parallel and poster 12.00-13.00 Networking Lunch in Exhibition Area Area Networking Lunch in Exhibition Areasessions. Scientific, operational and policy-oriented Parallel Parallel Parallel Working 13.00-14.15discussions will evolve; workshops will be held Sessions Sessions Sessions Groupsto foster good practice and experience exchange, Workshop Break Workshop Break Breakdiscuss state of the art research and build capacity. 14.30-16.00 Working Working Closing Ceremony Registration Groups GroupsA number of working groups will address specific Break Breaktopics and come up with suggestions to beintegrated into the Davos One Health Action Plan. 16.30-18.00 Opening Plenary Semi-Plenary III Semi-Plenary IV Plenary VI 18.00-18:30 Key Note Lecture Key Note Lecture Key Note LectureSocial events and company exhibitions offer Break Break Breakadditional opportunities to discuss ideas, initiate 18.45-19.30 Poster Session & Poster Session &partnerships and increase networks. Welcome Reception Dinner Buffet Dinner Buffet 20.00-21.00 in Exhibition Area in Exhibition AreaFormats Summary: Networking Evening Networking Evening plenary sessions with keynotes & panel debates parallel sessions poster exhibition company exhibition workshops working groups12 13
  8. 8. Participants Profile Exhibiting The One Health Summit offers In order to maximise the time participantsAn international gathering of top experts, opinionleaders and decision makers from the health sector, approximately 1’450m2 of exhibition spend in the exhibition area, refreshmentacademia, food & pharmaceutical industry and public space. points are integrated. The exhibitionservices area is strategically situated, so that Within the Exhibition Area, companies participants have to pass by on their wayThe GRF One Health Summit provides vast opportunities and organisation have the opportunity to plenary and parallel sessions.for knowledge and experience exchange, first-hand to present their products, institution andinformation and networking. Take stock of what has meet potential job seekers.already been achieved through co-ordinated multi-sectorial approaches so far and learn which strategies Davos Congress Centre Exhibition Area:might prove most effective. In regard of the expandingParticipation is recommended for representatives and One Health community,delegates from: we expect up to 700 C Office WC 11 participants. Participation B Office LIFT WC WC Foyer Foyer B Strela 05 KP er Lag is expected to follow the C Sanada 2 LIFT science and research (medical, natural, B Rinerhorn A Forum subsequent distribution LIFT B Jakobshorn economic and social sciences) LIFT C Sanada 1 LIFT er according to affiliation and amm tellk Abs 17 KP the health workforce geographic region: Eingang Park Foyer the pharmaceutical and food industry 3 the insurance and financial services Affiliation A Wisshorn 20 Lager international organisations (including the WC Media United Nations and the European Union) Go WC Pa s sa A Seehorn ge WC ver public authorities tryon, s iti c.) Exhibition Area nm NG du utr , et A Schwarzhorn civil society O Inrma,Nulture ent c ha ri (P Ag Geographic Region gan isat ions A Sertig l Or Bus UN- rnation a ines A Flüela te Con (Insura s Afric & In sult n ing ce, etc.) Pa ica a s sa ge A Congress er Office Am A Dischma Science Please do not hesitate to contact us for rth No exhibition prizes and more information Eing an g Ta lstras merica se Latin A on how to exhibit at the One Health Europe Conference. As ia14 15
  9. 9. Davos Congress Centre Organisation - GRF Davos The One Health Conference is organised by the GRF Davos addresses global issues on risk Global Risk Forum GRF Davos reduction, disaster management and global changes through three focal activities that Through its various activities, GRF Davos serves as a centre complement each other. of knowledge and know-how exchange for the application of timely risk management strategies, tools and practical solutions. GRF Davos aims at reducing vulnerability and increasing GLOB AL R I SK F OR UM GR F DAV OS resilience for all types of risks and disasters to protect life, environment, critical infrastructure, property and all means of business for the worldwide community on a sustainable I DR C CONF E R E NCE S R I SK ACADE MY P L ATF OR M basis. Biennial IDRC Davos Knowledge Management GRF Circles IDRC Regional Conferences Continuous Education Open Circles and Workshops Trainings Closed Meeting Rooms Research and Development Public Awareness Raising E-Journal For more information on GRF Davos please visit www.grforum.org 16 17
  10. 10. Get in TouchGlobal Risk Forum GRF DavosPromenade 35CH-7270 Davos PlatzSwitzerlandTel. +41 (81) 414 16 00Fax.+41 (81) 414 16 10e-mail: info@grforum.orghttp://www.grforum.orghttp://onehealth.grforum.org20

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