Tag: infectious

S. Korea, China, Japan to work together on health coverage, infectious disease, healthy ageing

S. Korea, China, Japan to work together on health coverage, infectious disease, healthy ageing

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 21, 2019

South Korea China and Japan vow to work together in fighting infectious diseases promoting universal health coverage and ensuring healthy aging for their people issuing a joint statement in the 12 tripartite health ministers meeting on Sunday the three countries pledged a wide range of medical services at lower costs by sharing good practices and […]

Infectious Encephalitis –  Dr Sylviane Defres – My Brain and Medicine 2019

Infectious Encephalitis – Dr Sylviane Defres – My Brain and Medicine 2019

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment November 19, 2019

Hi, and thank you very much for inviting me, I think this is my first time at this event. So I do have lots of different hats, and so I did run the ENCEPH UK program grant, and I’ll give you a little bit of information from that but not too much. What I was […]

Center for Global Health, Global Health Security

Center for Global Health, Global Health Security

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 20, 2019

From a public health standpoint wherever you have a lot of people you always have the potential for infectious diseases, development of new infectious diseases or spread of infectious diseases. In the world of today a disease can move from anywhere in the world within 24 hours. From any village in the world to the […]

Infectious Diseases of East Africa: Summer Abroad in Malawi

Infectious Diseases of East Africa: Summer Abroad in Malawi

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 15, 2019

It’s important to get students interested and enthused about infectious diseases years ago we thought we had vanquished infectious diseases when antibiotics became available but it’s been anything but that every person in the United States could be exposed to something that was once considered tropical or exotic because of the sheer volume of travel […]

Emerging Diseases - The Importance of Early Warning and Surveillance Systems (MWV48)

Emerging Diseases – The Importance of Early Warning and Surveillance Systems (MWV48)

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments July 7, 2019

hi I'm Stanley Maloy I'm here at the triple a s meeting in Washington DC we're interviewing today professor Stephen Morse he's a professor of epidemiology at the mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and Steve is an expert on ways of rapidly detecting infectious disease pandemics before they happen so he's also […]

🔶 FLOODS - diseases, venomous animals, preventive measures (with captions) (low audio)

🔶 FLOODS – diseases, venomous animals, preventive measures (with captions) (low audio)

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment July 5, 2019

Floods can create major catastrophes and hardships,especially in countries affected by Asian monsoons. When people survive the initial event, theyoften have to cope with the aftermath of the disaster, looking for shelter, food and water,cleaning homes. During these activities, there can be exposureto noxious agents and survivors may contract severe diseases. Here’s a small list […]

What is Disease ?

What is Disease ?

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment June 20, 2019

INFECTIOUS & CONTAGIOUS DISEASES AND IT'S PREVENTION BY DR. S. N. SINGH
CBSE Class 12 Biology || Infectious Diseases and Their Prevention

CBSE Class 12 Biology || Infectious Diseases and Their Prevention

By Bryan Wright 6 Comments June 4, 2019

of the many infectious diseases that exist across the globe one that afflicts 40 percent of the world's population is malaria according to the World Health Organization or w-h-o malaria kills a child every 30 seconds worldwide it is estimated that there are 300 to 500 million clinical cases of malaria a year did you […]

ScienceCast: How Easily Do Diseases Spread Through a Closed Group of People?