Teramo – “A remarkable and at the same time popular scientific event that will make Teramo a center of unique health. It is in the DNA of our Institute to work according to the approach of One Health, from interventions associated with the L’Aquila earthquake to the major efforts to combat Covid-19. The aim of the One Health Award is to promote forcefully to fundamentally change the pace to prevent the spread of disease by integrating human medicine, veterinary medicine, and the environment.”
With these words the Director General of the Zooprophylactic Experimental Institute of Abruzzo and Molise Nicola Daltrio Today presented the event scheduled for next weekend in Teramo, from 14 to 16 October.
The One Health Award is not just an award but three days of discussions, thoughts and ideas with scientists, publishers, opinion makers and journalists who will interact with each other and with public opinion during scheduled meetings in the Municipal Theater and at the University of Studies.
The opening of the OHA, Friday, October 14, is entrusted to the lecture magistralis of the CEO of the American Microbiology Association, Stefano Bertozziwho declares: “It must be remembered that man, nature, and the entire planet are, and increasingly will be, inextricably linked with one another, which is why public health research and policy and health need a different approach – the one supported by the Izs of Teramo with the One Health Prize – to avoid what I enter The writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez in his will: “Death does not come with age, but with forgetfulness.”
Deputy Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization, Maurizio Martina, among the champions of the round table on Saturday 15 October, “One Health One Earth. “Global health, institutions, and politics face the biggest challenge,” he adds: “The pandemic, climate change and environmental pollution have shown us that there is a huge challenge to be played around food issues for the future of health and Earth. These multi-sectoral threats require us to collaborate and promote multidisciplinary approaches like One Health. It is the systematic thinking that links human, animal, plant and environmental health together to prevent health risks to people and animals, achieve food safety and conserve natural resources.”
The inaugural edition of the One Health Award will conclude on Sunday 16 October with an exciting ‘Food and Global Health’ meeting featuring the Tg1 Director’s speech. Monica Magini And the Nico RomitoChef, with three Michelin stars and who also supports the social role of food: “Feeding others is a great responsibility, it requires complex knowledge and skills. Today’s chef must know how to consciously choose products and processing techniques, thinking about human health and the environment. Not only this: it is also important To commit ourselves to democratizing good food, to make sure that creativity is not an end in itself, but becomes beneficial to changing our diet.”
All OHA events are free to enter. To participate, simply fill out the form at the address https://onehealthaward.it/partecipa/. Information and updates are available on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and on the website https://onehealthaward.it/ Where you can refer to the official program.
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