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Best podcasts about Biosecurity

Latest podcast episodes about Biosecurity

Goat Gab
Keeping Your Herd Safe: Biosecurity with Dr. Deb Manglesdorf

Goat Gab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 71:49


The term "biosecurity" is often bantered about when discussing herd health, but what does it really mean?  On this week's episode of Goat Gab, Cameron and Laura are joined by special guest Dr. Deb Manglesdorf as they take a deeper look at elements to consider in a biosecurity program.

Future of Life Institute Podcast
Filippa Lentzos on Emerging Threats in Biosecurity

Future of Life Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 58:14


Dr. Filippa Lentzos, Senior Lecturer in Science and International Security at King's College London, joins us to discuss the most pressing issues in biosecurity, big data in biology and life sciences, and governance in biological risk. Topics discussed in this episode include: - The most pressing issue in biosecurity - Stories from when biosafety labs failed to contain dangerous pathogens - The lethality of pathogens being worked on at biolaboratories - Lessons from COVID-19 You can find the page for the podcast here: https://futureoflife.org/2021/10/01/filippa-lentzos-on-emerging-threats-in-biosecurity/ Watch the video version of this episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6M34oQ4v4w Have any feedback about the podcast? You can share your thoughts here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DRBFZCT Timestamps:  0:00 Intro 2:35 What are the least understood aspects of biological risk? 8:32 Which groups are interested biotechnologies that could be used for harm? 16:30 Why countries may pursue the development of dangerous pathogens 18:45 Dr. Lentzos' strands of research 25:41 Stories from when biosafety labs failed to contain dangerous pathogens 28:34 The most pressing issue in biosecurity 31:06 What is gain of function research? What are the risks? 34:57 Examples of gain of function research 36:14 What are the benefits of gain of function research? 37:54 The lethality of pathogens being worked on at biolaboratorie 40:25 Benefits and risks of big data in biology and the life sciences 45:03 Creating a bioweather map or using big data for biodefense 48:35 Lessons from COVID-19 53:46 How does governance fit in to biological risk? 55:59 Key takeaways from Dr. Lentzos This podcast is possible because of the support of listeners like you. If you found this conversation to be meaningful or valuable, consider supporting it directly by donating at futureoflife.org/donate. Contributions like yours make these conversations possible.

CorbettReport.com - Feature Interviews
Interview 1661 - James Corbett Talks 9/11 and Biosecurity on the Global Research News Hour

CorbettReport.com - Feature Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 29:24


Healthcare Goes Digital
Helping Caregivers Stay Organized, Secure, and Informed with Audrey Bond, Founder & CEO of Vaultt

Healthcare Goes Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 29:52


Audrey Bond, Founder & CEO of Vaultt, discusses her inspiration behind founding the company, how Vaultt is revolutionizing data-sharing in Canada, common biosecurity and data privacy concerns, her experience with launching a tech start-up during a global pandemic, and much more.To find out more about Impetus: https://www.meetwithimpetus.comNatalie Yeadon LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalieyeadon/Impetus Digital Website: https://www.impetusdigital.com/Impetus Digital LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/impetus-digital/Impetus Digital Twitter: https://twitter.com/impetus_digitalImpetus YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ImpetusDigitalAudrey Bond: https://www.linkedin.com/in/audrey-bond-390a9549/Vaultt: https://www.vaultt.com/

The Political Life
Programming Cells at Ginkgo Bioworks, COVID, and the Future of Biosecurity

The Political Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 44:09


Matthew McKnight is the Chief Commercial Officer of Ginkgo Bioworks. Headquartered in Boston, Ginkgo Bioworks uses the most advanced technology on the planet—biology—to grow better products. The company's cell programming platform is enabling the growth of biotechnology across diverse markets, from food to fragrance to pharmaceuticals. Ginkgo is also actively supporting a number of COVID-19 response efforts, including community testing, epidemiological tracing, vaccine development and therapeutics discovery. Prior to Ginkgo, Matt spent 7 years as an investor at IndUS Growth Partners and was the President and COO of Decision Resources Group. Matt has worked supporting business development at Palantir Technologies and is an active seed stage venture investor. Early in his career, he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. Matt completed a degree in History at Dartmouth College and is a graduate of the joint degree program at the Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he was a Zuckerman Fellow. Check out one of Matthew and Jim's favorite blogs - Wait But Why. Help us grow! Leave us a rating and review - it's the best way to bring new listeners to the show. Don't forget to subscribe! Have a suggestion, or want to chat with Jim? Email him at Jim@ThePoliticalLife.net  Follow The Political Life on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter for weekly updates.

Bred to Perfection
Ep15 – The Live Show - A Healthy Strain Starts with Good Biosecurity

Bred to Perfection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 129:52


In this episode, we are talking about the practice and importance of biosecurity. Most Breeders don't understand biosecurity, and the importance of keeping your birds safe from the exposure of disease. Some of us have strains that we've been keeping for over 30 years. What we are going to talk about, if you follow it, will save your flock, and protect those valuable and irreplaceable strains. This is an episode you do not want to miss. This episode is packed with great information, and one you do not want to miss. I know you will enjoy this episode, and learn a lot too.

Extension Calling
Basic Biosecurity for Livestock

Extension Calling

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 28:56


Keeping animals healthy is a livestock managers primary objective.  However, simple things like tires and boots may be carrying disease across your farm.  Wearing special boots at the fair and isolating new animals are just two of the things you can do to reduce the risk of disease in your animals. 

RNZ: Saturday Morning
Hari Mogosanu: blending biosecurity and space exploration

RNZ: Saturday Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 20:30


Passionate about space education, Haritina Mogoșanu is interested in how our experience in biosecurity can inform space exploration and protect life.

Meet the Expert
Biosecurity: Online pathway to Pathogen Stop

Meet the Expert

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 27:07


“We have re-introductions of diseases in some of our farms every year, so something must be able to improve biosecurity...our plan is to evaluate all 1,220 farms that we consult” Dr. Kristian Havn is a swine veterinary practitioner with the Porcus practice in Denmark who has pioneered an innovative programme to improve biosecurity on the swine farms that he advises. In English, the programme's name translates at Pathogen Stop. Its basis is an online survey form completed by the veterinarian in consultation with the farmer. The original idea was to make a system for evaluating biosecurity at farm level regarding PRRS virus, Dr. Havn explains in this podcast. But it has been extended to cover all pathogens, including APP, swine influenza, mycoplasma and even African swine fever.

Pertanian & Teknologi
COLENAK #34 Pentingnya Penerapan Biosecurity di Dunia Peternakan

Pertanian & Teknologi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 39:27


Biosekuriti adalah semua tindakan yang merupakan pertahanan pertama untuk pengendalian wabah dan dilakukan untuk mencegah semua kemungkinan penularan/kontak dengan ternak tertular sehingga rantai penyebaran penyakit dapat diminimalkan. Dalam budidaya ternak, biosekuriti merupakan serangkaian kegiatan yang dirancang untuk mencegah penyakit masuk ke dalam peternakan ataupun menyebar keluar peternakan. Sahabat Colenak di segment ini kang Dayat dan Kang Dani akan berceloteh tentang Biosecurity, yukk kita simak sama sama --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dani-medionovianto/support

The John Batchelor Show
1549: "Biosecurity peacetime" & What is to be done? @FroseDC @WJLA Four Star Forum. GLXXG

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 12:21


Photo: Ag biosecurity:  Classical swine fever prohibition to transport pigs (The Netherlands). Vincent de Groot - http://www.videgro.net  /  I, Vincent de Groot, have published this media under the terms of the license CC BY-SA which allows you to: Freely use and distribute it for non-commercial or for commercial purposes Create derivative works of it Under this condition:  Credit me as author and use the same license. To do so add "Vincent de Groot - http://www.videgro.net, License CC-BY-SA" good legible next to the image. ..  ..  ..   CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow "Biosecurity peacetime" & What is to be done?  @FroseDC @WJLA Four Star Forum. GLXXG https://govmatters.tv/government-must-expand-its-work-with-bioeconomy-says-center-for-strategic-and-international-studies-associate-fellow/

Government Matters
Building trust in agencies, Prioritizing biosecurity in government - July 29, 2021

Government Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 26:58


Recommendations for confronting trust in agencies Dave Wennergren, chief executive officer of ACT-IAC, discusses agility, character and the most important thing leaders can do to build trust with their employees Prioritizing biosecurity in government Rose Butchart, associate fellow in the Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, discusses government efforts to assess and manage risks posed by biological agents and the importance of working with the bioeconomy community

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
CDC Delta Masks & Mandates, Rand-Fauci DOJ Criminal Referral, Kinzinger & Capitol Hill Committee

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 88:20


The Feds revise the mask mandates again and the Office of Legal Counsel allows for vaccines mandates for all entities in the United States. Rand Paul sent a letter to the Department of Justice recommending criminal charges against Dr. Anthony Fauci and we finally got a copy of the letter to review. Politicians and police officers make their Capitol Hill Committee debuts on the big screen as the media continue their self-indulgent coverage.​And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler in a discussion on the latest legal, criminal and political news, including:​

Breakfast with Vossy
Vossy discusses James Roberts' biosecurity breach - 28/7/21

Breakfast with Vossy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 1:46


Vossy talks about James Roberts breaking the rules after stepping onto the balcony of his hotel room

Meet the Expert
African swine fever: Protection around the farm

Meet the Expert

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 25:37


“Biosecurity is the only tool we have now to protect our pigs against ASF” Precautions for protecting the farm against the entry of the African swine fever virus are explained by Dr. Tomasz Trela, the Boehringer Ingelheim technical manager for swine in Central and Eastern Europe. Based on the experiences of swine farms in Europe and Asia, he warns of the ways in which that the virus can be carried in, such as on vehicles and feed. More conversations with Dr. Trela about ASF feature in other Meet The Expert podcasts.

The Medical Journal of Australia
Episode 431: MJA Podcasts 2021 Episode 30: Communicating to patients and the public about COVID-19 vaccine safety, with Prof Julie Leask

The Medical Journal of Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 30:41


Vol 215, Issue 3: 26 July 2021. Professor Julie Leask is a social scientist and professor in the Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Sydney. She is affiliated with the School of Public Health and Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity and is visiting professorial fellow at the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance. She talks about public health messaging and how people make decisions about vaccines. With MJA news and online editor, Cate Swannell.

Sportzone with James Willis
NRL stars under fire for breaching Queensland's 'very basic' biosecurity rules

Sportzone with James Willis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 5:38


James Willis has torn into the minority of NRL players failing to follow "some very basic rules", and "whinging" about their quarantine conditions in Queensland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BCI Cattle Chat
Culling Cows, Biosecurity, Research Roundup, Sustainability, Over the Counter Antibiotics

BCI Cattle Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 30:35


Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 3:54 Culling cows 7:35 Biosecurity and new additions 15:09 Research Roundup: Kristen Smith 17:52 Products to change sustainability 25:48 Over the… Continue reading Culling Cows, Biosecurity, Research Roundup, Sustainability, Over the Counter Antibiotics

We Drink and We Farm Things
Drink & Farm #165 - Goat Herd Biosecurity Screening

We Drink and We Farm Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021


In this episode, we discuss goat herd biosecurity testing. Learn what a biosecurity panel is, when you may want to test your herd, how it's done from start to finish, and what to expect from your results.Listen here or your fave podcast app, then join our Facebook Community and continue the discussion.Sponsors:This episode is brought to you by: Grubbly Farms! Use code FARM15 at www.grubblyfarms.com to save 15% on your first order of delicious black soldier flies for your flock.Sweeter Heater! Use code drinkandfarm at www.sweeterheater.com for 15% of your order.Positively Farming Media! Learn more at www.positivelyfarmingmedia.comOur Executive Producer & Producer Patreon Peeps! Thank you, Montanna Coombs, Angela Hollis, D & C Teitzel, Janice Mitchell, Sarah Armstrong, Molly Kollodziej, Ashley Davis, Ashley Kirnan, Natalie Quist, Elise Ferguson, Kaela Wood, Jenny Peterson, Amy Dingmann, Breton O'Neill, Katy Montgomery, Kimberly Taylor, Catie Mac, Mary Kusturin, and Elizabeth Steeves.Our Drink Peep this episode is @stickyhollerfarm, Cheers lady!Show Notes:Sam's Fancy MojitoJohnesLymphadenitis and LymphangitisCaprine Arthritis Encephalitis Virus (CAE)Goat Q FeverGoat Testing - Sage LabsDrink & Farm Episode #44 - Yo KneesDrink & Farm Episode #46 - Sticking Things into Living BeingsSan Fran Shark AttackJust When You Thought It Was Safe to Sail Above the Water…Take our survey!Join our group!ShopFollow us on Instagram @drinkandfarmLeave us a voicemail! 401-426-3276

Girls' Guide To Investing
Dr. Jose Morey MD, CEO & Founder of Ad Astra Media LLC * Eisenhower Fellow with the 2020 ZHI-XING Fellows Program! Special Guest Speaker :)

Girls' Guide To Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 23:11


Dr. Jose Morey known as Dr. Intergalactic. Dr. Morey is CEO of Ad Astra Media, is a Fellow of the Eisenhower Foundation and the Chief Medical Innovation Officer for Liberty BioSecurity. BioSecurity boots innovation across world for genetic intelligence, national defense biotechnologies, precision medicine and augmented human performance. Dr. Morey was the Associated Chief Health Officer for IBM Watson Health Joséserves as Chief Engineering Council in charge of Innovation for Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Forbes Technology Council. He holds an adjunct professorship of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of Virginia and at Eastern Virginia Medical School. He is a mentor for MIT Solve and IDEAS programs. Morey has been featured on Forbes, Univision and NASA360. Thank you for listening & supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent *Royal Girl -Funds will go to sound and editing. Paypal (friends & family) petcarebuddies(at)gmail(dot)com https://www.patreon.com/sneakies Instagram @marylinartist LinkedIn: Marylin Hebert Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ MMJ Book I The Battle of the Black Witch https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK MMJ Book II Unleashing the Dark One Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I MMJ Book III The Mask of the Parallel World An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ MMJ Book IV The Quest for the Golden Key https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Top kids podcast: Enchanting Book Readings https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enchanting-book-readings-reviews/id1498296670 Other awesome podcasts: Enchanting Book Readings, Film Addicts, Thrilling Stories, Girl's Guide To Investing, Legitimately Mallie & The Haunting Dairies of Emily Jane. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlmogul/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlmogul/support

Plants Grow Here - Horticulture, Landscape Gardening & Ecology
Ep.54 Understanding Biosecurity - Jeanette Severs (Journalist, Writer, @Severs_Jeanette

Plants Grow Here - Horticulture, Landscape Gardening & Ecology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 78:57


Jeanette Severs is a journalist and writer that I'm friends with on Twitter who's a bit of a trailblazer in the agricultural journalism space. In this episode, she explains why biosecurity is so important, how Australia is well situated for defence against pests and diseases, and some of the outbreaks that have given us a good scare in the past.EPISODE LINKSFollow Jeanette on Twitter: https://twitter.com/severs_jeanetteCheck out her blog where you can read her work: http://jeanettesevers.wordpress.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comYou'll find heaps of educational blog articles, including What Relationships Do Plants Have With Other Organisms?, Identifying Plants With Leaves, Flowers And Beyond, and a series on Plant Families, subfamilies and genera (including a post on the ficus genus).LET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to plantsgrowhere@gmail.com.

Synapsen. Ein Wissenschaftspodcast von NDR Info
(35) Die im Dunkeln sieht man nicht

Synapsen. Ein Wissenschaftspodcast von NDR Info

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 53:09


Dass Gesundheitsrisiken gesellschaftlich ungleich verteilt sind, ist lange bekannt. Trotzdem trägt die Pandemiepolitik dem nicht Rechnung. Das Coronavirus trifft arme und bildungsferne Menschen besonders hart, und das nicht nur beim Infektionsrisiko, sondern auch, was den Krankheitsverlauf angeht. In einer Sonderfolge spricht Wissenschaftsredakteurin Korinna Hennig mit dem Medizinsoziologen Nico Dragano über die sozioökonomische Seite der Corona-Krise. Er erklärt, was man aus früheren Pandemien hätte lernen können, welche Rolle Nahverkehr und Arbeitsplätze spielen - und was man anders machen müsste. Die Hintergrundinformationen • Sozioökonomische Ungleichheit und COVID-19 | Robert Koch-Insititut: Eine Übersicht über den internationalen Forschungsstand https://edoc.rki.de/handle/176904/6965 • Risikofaktoren und Covid-19-Tests in Großbritannien | Marc Chadeau-Hyam, Barbara Bodinier, Joshua Elliott, Matthew D Whitaker, Ioanna Tzoulaki, Roel Vermeulen, Michelle Kelly-Irving, Cyrille Delpierre und Paul Elliott: "Risk factors for positive and negative COVID-19 tests: a cautious and in-depth analysis of UK biobank data", erschienen August 2020 bei Oxford Academic https://academic.oup.com/ije/article/49/5/1454/5894660?login=true • Covid-19 Inzidenz und Sterberate in Abhängigkeit von schlechten Wohnverhältnissen in den USA | Khansa Ahmad, Sebhat Erqou, Nishant Shah, Umair Nazir, Alan R. Morrison, Gaurav Choudhary und Wen-Chih Wu: "Association of poor housing conditions with COVID-19 incidence and mortality across US counties", erschienen November 2020 bei PLOS ONE https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0241327 • Mobilität und Nahverkehr in der Corona-Pandemie in New York | Karla Therese L. Sy, Micaela E. Martinez, Benjamin Rader und Laura F. White: "Socioeconomic disparities in subway use and COVID-19 outcomes in New York City", erschienen Mai 2020 auf medRxiv https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.28.20115949v1.full.pdf • Mobilität und Ungleichheit | Serina Chang, Emma Pierson, Pang Wei Koh, Jaline Gerardin, Beth Redbird, David Grusky und Jure Leskovec: "Mobility network models of COVID-19 explain inequities and inform reopening", erschienen November 2020 bei Nature https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2923-3.pdf • Studie aus Israel zum Zugang zu Tests und Infektionsrisiken in der Corona-Pandemie | Khitam Muhsen, Wasef Na'aminh, Yelena Lapidot, Sophy Goren, Yonatan Amir, Saritte Perlman, Manfred S. Green, Gabriel Chodick und Dani Cohen: "A nationwide analysis of population group differences in the COVID-19 epidemic in Israel, February 2020–February 2021", erschienen August 2020 in The Lancet Regional Health - Europe auf ScienceDirect https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666776221001071 • Risikofaktoren und Krankheitsverläufe in Schweden | Jonathan Bergman, Marcel Ballin, Anna Nordström und Peter Nordström: "Risk factors for COVID-19 diagnosis, hospitalization, and subsequent all-cause mortality in Sweden: a nationwide study", erschienen März 2021 in European Journal of Epidemiology volume bei Springer Nature https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10654-021-00732-w • Risikofaktoren und Krankheitsverläufe in Großbritannien | Joshua Elliott, Barbara Bodinier, Matthew Whitaker, Cyrille Delpierre, Roel Vermeulen, Ioanna Tzoulaki, Paul Elliott und Marc Chadeau-Hyam: "COVID-19 mortality in the UK Biobank cohort: revisiting and evaluating risk factors", erschienen Februar 2021 im European Journal of Epidemiology bei Springer Nature https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10654-021-00722-y • Erhöhtes Risiko eines COVID-19-bedingten Krankenhausaufenthaltes für Arbeitslose | Morten Wahrendorf, Christoph J. Rupprecht, Olga Dortmann, Maria Scheider und Nico Dragano: Eine Analyse von Krankenkassendaten von 1,28 Mio. Versicherten in Deutschland, erschienen Januar 2021 im Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz auf Springer Nature https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00103-021-03280-6 • Inzidenz und Sterblichkeit in Abhängigkeit vom sozialen Status in Chile | Gonzalo E. Mena, Pamela P. Martinez, Ayesha S. Mahmud, Pablo A. Marquet, Caroline O. Buckee und Mauricio Santillana: "Socioeconomic status determines COVID-19 incidence and related mortality in Santiago, Chile", erschienen Mai 2021 bei Science https://science.sciencemag.org/content/372/6545/eabg5298.abstract • Impfungen und Bevölkerungsgruppen - Studie aus Italien | Alexander Domnich, Maura Cambiaggi, Alessandro Vasco, Luca Maraniello, Filippo Ansaldi, Vincenzo Baldo, Paolo Bonanni, Giovanna Elisa Calabrò, Claudio Costantino, Chiara de Waure, Giovanni Gabutti, Vincenzo Restivo, Caterina Rizzo, Francesco Vitale und Riccardo Grassi: "Attitudes and Beliefs on Influenza Vaccination during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Results from a Representative Italian Survey", erschienen November 2020 bei MDPI https://www.mdpi.com/2076-393X/8/4/711 • Grippe und Impfung bei 65+ | Jason M Nagata, Isabel Hernández-Ramos, Anand Sivasankara Kurup, Daniel Albrecht, Claudia Vivas-Torrealba und Carlos Franco-Paredes, "Social determinants of health and seasonal influenza vaccination in adults ≥65 years: a systematic review of qualitative and quantitative data", erschienen April 2013 bei BMC (Springer Nature) https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2458-13-388 • Daten aus früheren Pandemien - Hohe Sterberaten bei niedrigem sozialen Status | "Social inequality - a forgotten factor in pandemic influenza preparedness", erschienen Juni 2017 bei Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening Oslo https://tidsskriftet.no/2017/05/global-helse/social-inequality-forgotten-factor-pandemic-influenza-preparedness • Frühere Pandemien - SARS | Grace Wong Bucchianeri: "Is SARS a Poor Man's Disease? Socioeconomic Status and Risk Factors for SARS Transmission", erschienen 2010 in Forum for Health Economics & Policy https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.2202/1558-9544.1209/html • Frühere Pandemien - Blick auf Chicago 1918 | Kyra H. Grantz, Madhura S. Rane, Henrik Salje, Gregory E. Glass, Stephen E. Schachterle, and Derek A. T. Cummings: "Disparities in influenza mortality and transmission related to sociodemographic factors within Chicago in the pandemic of 1918", erschienen November 2016 bei PNAS https://www.pnas.org/content/113/48/13839.short • Ungleichheit und Epidemien als Herausforderung für die globale Sicherheit | Sandra Crouse Quinn und Supriya Kumar: "Health Inequalities and Infectious Disease Epidemics: A Challenge for Global Health Security", erschienen September 2014 im Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science bei Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/bsp.2014.0032

NDR Info - Logo - Das Wissenschaftsmagazin
(35) Die im Dunkeln sieht man nicht

NDR Info - Logo - Das Wissenschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 53:09


Dass Gesundheitsrisiken gesellschaftlich ungleich verteilt sind, ist lange bekannt. Trotzdem trägt die Pandemiepolitik dem nicht Rechnung. Das Coronavirus trifft arme und bildungsferne Menschen besonders hart, und das nicht nur beim Infektionsrisiko, sondern auch, was den Krankheitsverlauf angeht. In einer Sonderfolge spricht Wissenschaftsredakteurin Korinna Hennig mit dem Medizinsoziologen Nico Dragano über die sozioökonomische Seite der Corona-Krise. Er erklärt, was man aus früheren Pandemien hätte lernen können, welche Rolle Nahverkehr und Arbeitsplätze spielen - und was man anders machen müsste. Die Hintergrundinformationen • Sozioökonomische Ungleichheit und COVID-19 | Robert Koch-Insititut: Eine Übersicht über den internationalen Forschungsstand https://edoc.rki.de/handle/176904/6965 • Risikofaktoren und Covid-19-Tests in Großbritannien | Marc Chadeau-Hyam, Barbara Bodinier, Joshua Elliott, Matthew D Whitaker, Ioanna Tzoulaki, Roel Vermeulen, Michelle Kelly-Irving, Cyrille Delpierre und Paul Elliott: "Risk factors for positive and negative COVID-19 tests: a cautious and in-depth analysis of UK biobank data", erschienen August 2020 bei Oxford Academic https://academic.oup.com/ije/article/49/5/1454/5894660?login=true • Covid-19 Inzidenz und Sterberate in Abhängigkeit von schlechten Wohnverhältnissen in den USA | Khansa Ahmad, Sebhat Erqou, Nishant Shah, Umair Nazir, Alan R. Morrison, Gaurav Choudhary und Wen-Chih Wu: "Association of poor housing conditions with COVID-19 incidence and mortality across US counties", erschienen November 2020 bei PLOS ONE https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0241327 • Mobilität und Nahverkehr in der Corona-Pandemie in New York | Karla Therese L. Sy, Micaela E. Martinez, Benjamin Rader und Laura F. White: "Socioeconomic disparities in subway use and COVID-19 outcomes in New York City", erschienen Mai 2020 auf medRxiv https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.28.20115949v1.full.pdf • Mobilität und Ungleichheit | Serina Chang, Emma Pierson, Pang Wei Koh, Jaline Gerardin, Beth Redbird, David Grusky und Jure Leskovec: "Mobility network models of COVID-19 explain inequities and inform reopening", erschienen November 2020 bei Nature https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2923-3.pdf • Studie aus Israel zum Zugang zu Tests und Infektionsrisiken in der Corona-Pandemie | Khitam Muhsen, Wasef Na'aminh, Yelena Lapidot, Sophy Goren, Yonatan Amir, Saritte Perlman, Manfred S. Green, Gabriel Chodick und Dani Cohen: "A nationwide analysis of population group differences in the COVID-19 epidemic in Israel, February 2020–February 2021", erschienen August 2020 in The Lancet Regional Health - Europe auf ScienceDirect https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666776221001071 • Risikofaktoren und Krankheitsverläufe in Schweden | Jonathan Bergman, Marcel Ballin, Anna Nordström und Peter Nordström: "Risk factors for COVID-19 diagnosis, hospitalization, and subsequent all-cause mortality in Sweden: a nationwide study", erschienen März 2021 in European Journal of Epidemiology volume bei Springer Nature https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10654-021-00732-w • Risikofaktoren und Krankheitsverläufe in Großbritannien | Joshua Elliott, Barbara Bodinier, Matthew Whitaker, Cyrille Delpierre, Roel Vermeulen, Ioanna Tzoulaki, Paul Elliott und Marc Chadeau-Hyam: "COVID-19 mortality in the UK Biobank cohort: revisiting and evaluating risk factors", erschienen Februar 2021 im European Journal of Epidemiology bei Springer Nature https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10654-021-00722-y • Erhöhtes Risiko eines COVID-19-bedingten Krankenhausaufenthaltes für Arbeitslose | Morten Wahrendorf, Christoph J. Rupprecht, Olga Dortmann, Maria Scheider und Nico Dragano: Eine Analyse von Krankenkassendaten von 1,28 Mio. Versicherten in Deutschland, erschienen Januar 2021 im Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz auf Springer Nature https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00103-021-03280-6 • Inzidenz und Sterblichkeit in Abhängigkeit vom sozialen Status in Chile | Gonzalo E. Mena, Pamela P. Martinez, Ayesha S. Mahmud, Pablo A. Marquet, Caroline O. Buckee und Mauricio Santillana: "Socioeconomic status determines COVID-19 incidence and related mortality in Santiago, Chile", erschienen Mai 2021 bei Science https://science.sciencemag.org/content/372/6545/eabg5298.abstract • Impfungen und Bevölkerungsgruppen - Studie aus Italien | Alexander Domnich, Maura Cambiaggi, Alessandro Vasco, Luca Maraniello, Filippo Ansaldi, Vincenzo Baldo, Paolo Bonanni, Giovanna Elisa Calabrò, Claudio Costantino, Chiara de Waure, Giovanni Gabutti, Vincenzo Restivo, Caterina Rizzo, Francesco Vitale und Riccardo Grassi: "Attitudes and Beliefs on Influenza Vaccination during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Results from a Representative Italian Survey", erschienen November 2020 bei MDPI https://www.mdpi.com/2076-393X/8/4/711 • Grippe und Impfung bei 65+ | Jason M Nagata, Isabel Hernández-Ramos, Anand Sivasankara Kurup, Daniel Albrecht, Claudia Vivas-Torrealba und Carlos Franco-Paredes, "Social determinants of health and seasonal influenza vaccination in adults ≥65 years: a systematic review of qualitative and quantitative data", erschienen April 2013 bei BMC (Springer Nature) https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2458-13-388 • Daten aus früheren Pandemien - Hohe Sterberaten bei niedrigem sozialen Status | "Social inequality - a forgotten factor in pandemic influenza preparedness", erschienen Juni 2017 bei Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening Oslo https://tidsskriftet.no/2017/05/global-helse/social-inequality-forgotten-factor-pandemic-influenza-preparedness • Frühere Pandemien - SARS | Grace Wong Bucchianeri: "Is SARS a Poor Man's Disease? Socioeconomic Status and Risk Factors for SARS Transmission", erschienen 2010 in Forum for Health Economics & Policy https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.2202/1558-9544.1209/html • Frühere Pandemien - Blick auf Chicago 1918 | Kyra H. Grantz, Madhura S. Rane, Henrik Salje, Gregory E. Glass, Stephen E. Schachterle, and Derek A. T. Cummings: "Disparities in influenza mortality and transmission related to sociodemographic factors within Chicago in the pandemic of 1918", erschienen November 2016 bei PNAS https://www.pnas.org/content/113/48/13839.short • Ungleichheit und Epidemien als Herausforderung für die globale Sicherheit | Sandra Crouse Quinn und Supriya Kumar: "Health Inequalities and Infectious Disease Epidemics: A Challenge for Global Health Security", erschienen September 2014 im Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science bei Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/bsp.2014.0032

Sydney Ideas
COVID-19: What we know now

Sydney Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 55:07


COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the world we live in. Moving forward, how might we navigate work, health and wellbeing, and safety with COVID as an ongoing and evolving factor in the long-term? Hear from academic experts at the University of Sydney, as they share insights into lessons from the pandemic and what it might mean for us all into the future. We discuss: – What we've learned about COVID-19 in the past 18 months – Australia's approach to managing the health crisis – What a long-term COVID-normal looks like The panel: – Professor Julie Leask, Faculty of Medicine and Health – Professor Ramon Shaban, Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity, Faculty of Medicine and Health – Professor Tania Sorrell, Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity, Faculty of Medicine and Health – Professor Maree Teesson, The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use – Fenella Kernebone (Moderator), Head of Programming at the University of Sydney This discussion was recorded on 15 June 2021. For more information, visit sydney.edu.au/sydney-ideas

SBS Gujarati - SBS ગુજરાતી
પ્રતિબંધિત ચીજવસ્તુ ઓસ્ટ્રેલિયા લાવવા બદલ 1.11 મિલીયન ડોલરનો દંડ થઇ શકે

SBS Gujarati - SBS ગુજરાતી

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 2:23


ઓસ્ટ્રેલિયન સરકારના નવા બાયોસિક્યોરિટી કાયદા પ્રમાણે 28 જેટલા ગુનામાં દંડની રકમ વધારવામાં આવી, દંડમાં થયેલો વધારો વ્યક્તિગત તથા વેપાર - ઉદ્યોગ તમામને અસર કરશે.

Agripod
Post-pandemic agricultural conferences AND the biosecurity of pork

Agripod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 21:28


COVID-19 had an immediate impact on gatherings. Several agricultural conferences, events and meetings were either cancelled or switched to a virtual format in order to continue to deliver information to farmers. Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Crops Extension Specialist Allie Noble is involved with the planning with many events. The pandemic certainly changed how these activities were delivered but she says it wasn't all bad news. In fact, the pandemic taught organizers a lot about what farmers want and how they want to receive information. Noble says things will return to normal, but it will be a new normal. Manitoba's pork producers applauded the government's passage of new bills designed to enhance the ability of farmers to enforce biosecurity protocols. Prior to adjourning for its summer recess, the Manitoba Legislature passed the Animal Diseases, Petty Trespass and Occupiers' Liability Amendment Acts. Manitoba Pork General Manager Cam Dahl said this will help ensure that farmers can help protect their animals from biosecurity threats. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Morning Report
Biosecurity Minister on Kauri dieback plan

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 1:58


New Zealand's National Pest Management Plan for kauri dieback is incomplete, 3.5 years after government departments started working on it. Budget 2021 allocated $28 million towards the plan. But some kauri conservationists say the funding will be tied up in bureaucracy, not go to those working at the grassroots - and treeroots - level. Reporter Sam Olley asked Biosecurity Minister Damien O'Connor about the delays, and where the budget money will go.

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John
What a health expert hopes happens to Victoria's vaccination rollout 'over the next couple of days'

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 65:20


CSIRO Director of Health and Biosecurity, Dr Rob Grenfell, weighs in on changes he'd like to see to Victoria's vaccine rollout. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

OBBM Network
Alison McDowell, Education and the Biosecurity State - Social Impact Podcast

OBBM Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 37:22


Biotech is engineered life. By definition, it is the exploitation of biological processes for industrial and other purposes, especially the genetic manipulation of microorganisms. The biotech industry is a precursor to transhumanism seeking to shape future generations where being human is anathema. The biosecurity state seeks to remove the rights of all natural life. Alison McDowell is an independent researcher in Philadelphia, PA who began her journey in as a public school parent opposing the high-stakes testing industry and the privatization movement until she realized the endgame was shifting towards constant data collection on students through educational technology. Her research can be found at Wrench In The Gears and her YouTube channel with informational videos. She and I met when we were both guests on a podcast with fellow education researcher Alice Linahan where we discussed artificial intelligence (AI), predicative analytics, and gamification of education. Over time, we have collaborated to expose educational technologies and human capital investments markets preying on schoolchildren. The Commit Partnership is a “collective impact” nonprofit in Dallas run by Todd Williams, a former Goldman Sachs real estate executive at the center of the financial crisis of 2008. Commit has “data sharing agreement” with all school districts in the metroplex and beyond. Commit is moving to the new biotech hub at Pegasus Park. Pegasus Park is home to a 23-acre biotech hub funded by an oil family foundation and will be home to at least five social impact organizations, as well as UT Southwestern, Uplift Charters and Commit. The 1976 dystopian film Logan’s Run was filmed at the location. Get the rest of this article and links to additional information HERE. Support the show (https://offbeatbusiness.com/sign-up/#join)

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Chris Hipkins: Public Service Minister on the three year pay freeze for civil servants

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 5:40


Public sector workers earning more than $60,000 can only expect pay increases in "exceptional circumstances" while those on more than $100,000 won't get a cent more over the next three years, the Government says.Last year the public sector was asked to have nil or minimal pay increases until next month.The Government says the extended pay freeze is to reduce debt from the Covid-19 response, but the Public Service Association (PSA) says it punishes workers "after a year of sacrifice, hard work and success protecting New Zealanders from Covid-19".The Government's Workforce Policy Statement, issued today, sets out its expectations for pay and employment relations in the public sector.New Zealand had an "exceptionally successful health and economic response to Covid-19", Finance Minister Grant Robertson said, supported by the Government taking on debt for polices like the wage subsidy."As the recovery gets under way, we are keeping a close watch on the debt taken on during Covid-19 to support the economy," Robertson said."Just as businesses are making decisions as they plan for the recovery, our responsible economic approach means the Government is faced with choices about where new spending is targeted."Public Service Minister Chris Hipkins said any increases would be targeted to lower-paid public servants, largely those earning below $60,000, who account for about 25 per cent of the public sector.Those earning between that and $100,000 could expect increases only in "exceptional circumstances"."We want to see those on lower wages be the focus of any increases in pay."This is about prioritising spending. The policy will also help protect jobs by taking financial pressure off the public wage bill."The PSA, which represents almost 80,000 workers, said they felt "betrayed"."In our hospitals, in testing labs and on our borders, PSA members did the hard work required to push Covid-19 out of this country," national secretary Kerry Davies said."It is unacceptable that after 12 months of pay restriction these workers are told to swallow it for another two years."The median salary for a PSA member is $59,000 a year, and 80 per cent earn below $75,000 annually, Davies said.Border and MIQ personnel have spent the past year under tremendous pressure, working above and beyond normal expectations.The median salary for a Customs Officer is $59,000 a year. Biosecurity officers earn $63,000, quarantine officers $70,000 and immigration officers $53,000.Government pay restrictions will be a tough pill to swallow for the border workers, and the many public servants who supported business owners and workers through lockdowns and their flow on effects."The Government can tell employers not to offer pay increases, but it doesn't seem able to limit increases in the cost of living," Davies said."Public servants are more likely to rent than most New Zealanders, and rents and house prices continue to skyrocket."Hipkins said the measures would not affect work within the Public Service to close gender and ethnic pay gaps."The guidance is consistent with the decision last year by the Remuneration Authority that Ministers and MPs would not be getting pay rises for three years because of the Covid-19 economic environment," Hipkins said."The Public Service Commissioner, who sets the pay of Public Service chief executives, will also not be increasing their pay."Asked what impact the freeze could have on higher-paid staff and potentially moving to the private sector, Hipkins the private sector too was experiencing pay freezes.Public sector wages over the past few years had also outpaced the private sector, and this would allow it to "catch up", he said.The Government was also "cracking down" on the use of what Hipkins called a "public consultant culture", he said."Where people are being brought in to do work where the public service should have capability to do internally it is unjustified. We are dialling that back."Asked if hav...

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM
Emma Dester and Saad Sharief about Saving Lives with Nano-Biosensors

The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 17:46


On this week's The Sci-Files, your hosts Chelsie and Danny interview Emma Dester and Saad Sharief. Emma is a dual-enrolled BS/MD student in the MSU Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Department (BAE). She has been doing research in the Nano-Biosensors Laboratory for almost four years. Saad is a Ph.D. student, also in BAE, and is currently in his 4th year of the graduate program. His research interests lie in the synthesis and applications of nanomaterials, biosensors for pathogen detection, and anti-counterfeiting technologies to prevent drug trafficking.The Nano-Biosensors Laboratory focuses on developing cost-effective and rapid diagnostic methods that require less equipment and labor than traditional approaches. For the past year, both Emma and Saad have been working on nanoparticle-based methods to rapidly identify foodborne pathogens. In the United States alone, these pathogens are responsible for over 3,000 deaths each year. Traditional methods for detecting these common pathogens (Salmonella spp., Listeria monocytogenes, Bacillus cereus, and Escherichia coli ) are a time-consuming process and require at least 24-48 hours. Their research focuses on the rapid identification of these organisms, reducing both the time and cost associated with these traditional methods. First, they use magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) to extract bacteria from contaminated food. After extracting bacterial DNA, they use a simple colorimetric test to detect the presence of target bacteria. This test uses a gold nanoparticle-based assay and has the potential to produce results in under five minutes. Although research is still ongoing, current progress shows this new method to be a promising time-saving and life-saving technique for detecting pathogens in food. If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at scifiles@impact89fm.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube! 

Pig Health Today
Not making biosecurity improvements can cost more than making them

Pig Health Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 9:06


Biosecurity ranks high on the list of concerns for swine veterinarians who want hog units tightened up to reduce disease. But the cost of new improvements can be overwhelming. The post Not making biosecurity improvements can cost more than making them appeared first on Pig Health Today.

For the Love of Goats
Avoiding Diseases with a Biosecurity Plan

For the Love of Goats

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 30:25


There is an old veterinary saying that most animal diseases are bought and sold. It can be so tempting to buy every cute goat that you see, but there are some very good reasons to only buy your animals from reputable breeders who have herds that have tested negative for common diseases.In this episode, I am talking to Patty Scharko, DVM, MPH, a Field/Extension Veterinarian at Clemson University in South Carolina about keeping your goats health with a good biosecurity plan. It all starts with buying healthy animals and then being careful to not bring home any germs that will cause diseases. We talk about annual herd testing for the most common diseases, as well as how to keep your goats safe when people visit your farm or you go to goat shows. To learn more about caprine arthritis encephalitis, check out the "Working to Eradicate CAE" podcast we did a few months ago.To learn more about biosecurity:Dr. Julie Smith’s biosecurity grant funding provides:Biosecurity Training (videos)Youth, 4-H and FFA Biosecurity Learning ModulesIowa State University Center for Food Security and Public Health:Small Ruminant Diseases and ResourcesFor more information on infection control:Disinfection (info about disinfectants, bacteria, and viruses)

Emerging Tech Horizons
Dr. Jason Matheny on Emerging Tech Horizons with Dr. Mark Lewis

Emerging Tech Horizons

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 28:45


In this inaugural episode of Emerging Tech Horizons, ETI's Dr. Mark Lewis is joined by Jason Matheny to discuss artificial intelligence and the future of defense modernization. Tune in to hear Mark and Jason discuss the recent National Security Commission on AI Report, the race against our peer competitors, attracting and retaining top AI talent, and more. Jason Matheny Bio: Jason Matheny is the the Deputy Assistant to the President for Technology and National Security, Deputy Director for National Security in the Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Coordinator for Technology and National Security at the National Security Council. Jason Matheny was the Founding Director of Georgetown's Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). Previously he was Assistant Director of National Intelligence, and Director of IARPA, responsible for the development of breakthrough technologies for the U.S. intelligence community. Before IARPA, he worked at Oxford University, the World Bank, the Applied Physics Laboratory, the Center for Biosecurity, and Princeton University, and was the co-founder of two biotechnology companies.   Jason is a member of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence and the National Academies' Intelligence Community Studies Board; is a recipient of the Intelligence Community's Award for Individual Achievement in Science and Technology, the National Intelligence Superior Service Medal, and the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers; and was named one of Foreign Policy's “Top 50 Global Thinkers.” He has served on various White House committees related to artificial intelligence, biosecurity, high-performance computing, and quantum information science. He co-led the National AI R&D Strategic Plan released by the White House in 2016 and was a member of the White House Select Committee on AI, created in 2018. He holds a Ph.D. in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University, an MPH from Johns Hopkins University, an MBA from Duke University and a B.A. from the University of Chicago.

20 Minute Leaders
Ep334: Sevda Memet | Co-Managing Director, Cardinal Ventures

20 Minute Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 22:13


Sevda Memet, from Constanta, Romania, is pursuing a master’s degree in Business Administration at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a master’s degree in Public Policy at Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences as a Knight-Hennessy Scholar in the inaugural cohort of the scholarship program. She graduated summa cum laude with a medical degree from Ovidius University Constanta and worked as a Chief Resident in Hematology-Oncology and Rare Diseases in the Romanian public healthcare system. She was awarded the 2018 Ten Outstanding Young People of Romania and aspires to help cancer patients by creating the first oncological system in Romania that will focus on integrated medicine and genetic testing. At Stanford, Sevda holds the following roles and distinctions: Co-President of the Graduate Student Council (Stanford Public Policy Program), Co-Managing Director of Cardinal Ventures (Stanford’s non-profit student-led startup accelerator program), 2021 Global Leaders and Innovators in Human and Planetary Health Fellow and 2020 Stanford US-Russia Fellow in the Biosecurity and Public Health Group.

Specials On SwineCast
SwineCast 1140, The Squeal on Creating A Biosecurity Culture, Part 3: Biosecurity Question and Answer Session

Specials On SwineCast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021


SwineCast 1140 Show Notes: This is part three of a three part series with Dr. Joel Nerem (Pipestone), Dr. Andrea Pitkin (PIC), and Dr. Jess Waddell (PIC), answering questions about biosecurity culture, training, and improvement processes.

SwineCast
SwineCast 1140, The Squeal on Creating A Biosecurity Culture, Part 3: Biosecurity Question and Answer Session

SwineCast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021


SwineCast 1140 Show Notes: This is part three of a three part series with Dr. Joel Nerem (Pipestone), Dr. Andrea Pitkin (PIC), and Dr. Jess Waddell (PIC), answering questions about biosecurity culture, training, and improvement processes.

Specials On SwineCast
SwineCast 1139, The Squeal on Creating A Biosecurity Culture, Part 2: Transferring Knowledge To The Production Staff

Specials On SwineCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021


SwineCast 1139 Show Notes: This is part two of a three part series with Dr. Joel Nerem (Pipestone), Dr. Andrea Pitkin (PIC), and Dr. Jess Waddell (PIC), talking about transferring biosecurity knowledge to the production staff.

SwineCast
SwineCast 1139, The Squeal on Creating A Biosecurity Culture, Part 2: Transferring Knowledge To The Production Staff

SwineCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021


SwineCast 1139 Show Notes: This is part two of a three part series with Dr. Joel Nerem (Pipestone), Dr. Andrea Pitkin (PIC), and Dr. Jess Waddell (PIC), talking about transferring biosecurity knowledge to the production staff.

Specials On SwineCast
SwineCast 1138, The Squeal on Creating A Biosecurity Culture, Part 1: Valuable Discussion of the Concepts

Specials On SwineCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021


SwineCast 1138 Show Notes: This is part one of a three part series with Dr. Joel Nerem (Pipestone), Dr. Andrea Pitkin (PIC), and Dr. Jess Waddell (PIC), talking about biosecurity concepts and mindset.

SwineCast
SwineCast 1138, The Squeal on Creating A Biosecurity Culture, Part 1: Valuable Discussion of the Concepts

SwineCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021


SwineCast 1138 Show Notes: This is part one of a three part series with Dr. Joel Nerem (Pipestone), Dr. Andrea Pitkin (PIC), and Dr. Jess Waddell (PIC), talking about biosecurity concepts and mindset.

Swine.It
How to have a successful disease control program? - Dr. Cesar Corzo

Swine.It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 70:46


“Unfortunately, most of the processes - if not all - are human-driven. When you have people breeding sows, why are there farms with the same genetics and semen source not performing at the same farrowing rate level? Just because in one farm they do a better process than the other farm. The same thing happens with biosecurity and I think today we're living that same scenario with Covid.” – Dr. Cesar Corzo What you will learn: The Morrison Swine Health Monitoring Project; Sharing data; PED reports; The next level on innovation and technology; PRRS - epidemiology, risk factors, and potential factors; Cause and effect situation; PRRS diversity; Genome difference; Senecavirus – prevalence and risk factors; ASF – secure food systems; Biosecurity and compliance. Meet the guest: Dr. Cesar Corzo, received his DVM from Colombia University, his MSc from the University of Guelph and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He gained experience in a variety of technical positions in the industry, specifically within Elanco Animal Health. Most recently, he had the opportunity to lead the PIC Latin America health team, which allowed him to work with producers in 16 countries. He currently works as an associate professor at the University of Minnesota within the department of Veterinary Population Medicine and holds the title of Leman Chair in Swine Health and Productivity. He also serves as director of the Morrison Swine Health Monitoring Project. This voluntary project monitors the incidence and prevalence of high impact swine diseases, including PRRS, in approximately half of the United States sow herd population.

Swine.It
Where are we in pig feed safety? - Dr. Cassie Jones

Swine.It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 43:36


“People are always looking for the silver bullet. They're always looking for THE answer, THE one simple thing that they can do to fix all these problems and that doesn't exist in anything including in feed safety. And so, we continue to preach that prevention is key.” – Dr. Cassie Jones What you will learn: 1. Evolution and the latest on feed safety; 2. Health insights people should concern about; 3. Significant changes in feed supply; 4. Biosecurity improvements; 5. Insights on undergrad teaching; 6. The new generation coming into agriculture; 7. Online teaching; 8. Tips about engagement; 9. Practical experience. Meet the guest: Dr. Cassie Jones is the Undergraduate Research Coordinator in the Department of Animal Sciences & Industry at Kansas State University. She coordinates undergraduate students interested in research projects across disciplines and species. Her research efforts include evaluating the effects of ingredients or feed processing technologies on feed safety and animal nutrition. She is formally trained as an applied swine nutritionist.

The Corbett Report Podcast
Episode 383 - COVID-911: From Homeland Security to Biosecurity

The Corbett Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 33:36