23 April 2010

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HRI:UNArts - One World, One Health: World Veterinary Day 2010

Stephen Michael Apatow, [1] founder of the Humanitarian Resource Institute [2] and United Nations Arts Initiative [3] is working with the World Veterinary Association [4] to promote the World Veterinary Day on 24 April 2010 [5] with this years theme "One World, One Health."  As Director of Research and Development for the Humanitarian University Consortium [6] Graduate Studies Center for Medicine, [7] Veterinary Medicine [8] and Law, [9] he is working to engender collaboration of the human medical/veterinary academic and professional levels in 192 United Nations member countries through the global "One Health Initiative." [10]

As the keynote speaker at the Los Alamos conference "The Future of Biodetection Technologies" in 2006 [11] Apatow's presentation  "DNA-based Detection Technologies" [12] presented the intelligence community with an overview operational human-veterinary medical molecular diagnostic applications with case studies that included West Nile Virus and Pandemic Influenza.  As the instructor of the "One Medicine: One Health (Zoonotic Disease) Online Course," [13] he is currently developing an intensive distance education platform on "Human-Animal Medicine" [14] utilizing the text book authored by By Peter M. Rabinowitz, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Clinical Services, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT and Lisa A. Conti, DVM, MPH, DACVPM, CEHP, Director, Division of Environmental Health, Florida Department of Health, Tallahassee, FL.

Visit the WVA web site for additional information on World Veterinary Day 2010: "One World, One Health."English, French and Spanish.


1. Stephen Michael Apatow, Founder of Humanitarian Resource Institute and the United Nations Arts Initiative.  Url: http://www.apatow.org
2. Humanitarian Resource Institute: Url http://www.humanitarian.net
3. United Nations Arts Initiative: Url: http://www.unarts.org
4. World Veterinary Association: Url: http://www.www.worldvet.org
5. World Veterinary Day 2010: April 24 2010 "One World, One Health: Url: http://www.worldvet.org/taxonomy/term/24
6. Humanitarian University Consortium: Url: http://www.humanitarian.net/university/consortium
7. Humanitarian University Consortium: Medicine: Url: http://www.humanitarian.net/university/med
8. Humanitarian University Consortium: Veterinary Medicine: Url: http://www.humanitarian.net/university/vet
9. Humanitarian University Consortium: Law: Url: http://www.humanitarian.net/university/law
10. One Health Initiative: Url: http://www.onehealthinitiative.com
11. The Future of Biodetection Technologies:  Los Alamos National Laboratory, September 26-27, 2006. Url: http://www.lanl.gov/bioscience/biodetection.shtml
12. "DNA-based Detection Technologies: Stephen M. Apatow, Humanitarian Resource Institute. pathobiologics International. Url: http://www.pathobiologics.org/btac/lanl/bioscience/ref/SMABDS_Final.pdf
Download to read announcement in One Medicine: One Health (Zoonotic Disease) Online Course: Medicine: Humanitarian Resource Institute, Pathobiologics International. Url: http://www.humanitarian.net/biodefense/fazdc/zdc1
14. Human-Animal Medicine - Clinical Approaches to Zoonoses, Toxicants and Other Shared Health Risks. Url: http://www.us.elsevierhealth.com/ISBN/9781416068372/HumanAnimal-Medicine


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