The Community for Emerging and Zoonotic Diseases (CEZD) is a virtual network that integrates today’s automated information-mining tools with a human-based multidisciplinary analytical capability. The automated technology collects and filters disease signals and the expertise from within the community analyzes, and disseminates intelligence information, related to zoonotic and emerging infectious diseases from both open and traditional information sources.
To have an ongoing voluntary system to conduct screening tests on bulk tanks (as opposed to ad hoc surveys). Having the infrastructure in place would allow for quick ramping up of testing during a disease outbreak.
The purpose of this teleconference/webinar is to foster exchange of information between collaborators, stakeholders and CIPARS (Canadian Integrated Program for Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance).
The CAHSS Poultry Network includes members from all areas from the Poultry sector, including industry and veterinary associations, academia, laboratories, and provincial and federal governments. The purpose of this group is to encourage sharing of information between members and to create for a platform where members can access documents and events.
The Canadian Integrated Program for Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance (CIPARS) monitors trends in antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance in selected bacterial organisms from human, animal and food sources across Canada. The program is based on several representative and methodologically unified surveillance components which can be linked to examine the relationship between antimicrobials used in food-animals and humans and the associated health impacts. This information supports: (i) the creation of evidence-based policies to control antimicrobial use in hospital, community, and agricultural settings and thus prolong the effectiveness of these drugs, and (ii) the identification of appropriate measures to contain the emergence and spread of resistant bacteria between animals, food, and people in Canada.
The CAHSS administration group provides administrative documents, members lists, signed declarations, progress reports, workplans, presentations and historical documents.
An effective equine surveillance system is essential to protect health and well-being of horses and humans, safeguard the viability of the Canadian herd, ensure movement of horses and continuance of trade, and enhance the prosperity of the Canadian equine industry.
An effective national aquatic surveillance network is an essential component of effective, responsive, integrated animal health surveillance in Canada. The aquatic network is built and maintained to protect the health and well-being of our wild and farmed aquatic resources, it safeguards and enhances the viability and prosperity of our numerous and highly diversified sectors and industries
The CAHSS Dairy Network includes members from all areas from the Dairy Cattle sector, including Industry, Provincial, Federal, and Veterinary associations. The purpose of this group is to encourage sharing of information between Dairy Network members and to allow for a platform where members can access documents and events.