This webinar provides presentations focused on livestock health and included the development of diagnostic tests for disease control and in support of animal disease surveillance schemes, and the importance of a One Health approach in disease pandemics. After the presentations, there was an opportunity to put questions to the panel on the Q & A facility to learn more about novel tests and approaches to livestock disease control.
— Dr Philip Robinson (Chair) – Welcome and introduction
— Speaker: Dr Stewart Burgess, Moredun – “Control of sheep scab: What does the future look like?”
— Speaker: Dr Mara Rocchi, Moredun – “Diagnostic tests development in support of surveillance schemes”
** Ten minute refreshment break **
— Speaker: Professor Lee Innes, Moredun – “Adopting a One Health approach to tackle zoonotic diseases”
— Speaker: Dr Hannah Shaw, Harper Adams – “From Moredun to Harper – a focus on livestock health”
— Dr Philip Robinson (Chair) – Panel discussion Q&A
— Dr Philip Robinson – Round-up
One Health – What do Scots want for the future of food and farming?
Professor Lee Innes (Director of Communication at Moredun Research Institute) "Some hae meat and cannae eat, and some wad eat that want it." What do Scots want for the future of food and farming?
One Health – Approaches to emergent infections under climate change and threats to biodiversity
Professor Rowland Kao (Chair of Veterinary Epidemiology and Data Science at the University of Edinburgh) One Health approaches to emergent infections under climate change and threats to biodiversity