Ontario Animal Health Network

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Your comprehensive source for animal health information

 

Resources, disease alerts, continuing

education and more at OAHN.ca

Did you know you can:

 

Here’s how:

 

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Veterinary reports for the species you practice on, with recent disease trends, what other practitioners are seeing in Ontario, emerging threats, continuing education articles, and more.

Receive reports directly to your inbox when they are released?        

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Sign up for the OAHN newsletter @ www.oahn.ca 

 

Producer reports for the species you practice on, that can be used as a resource for your clients, or as material for newsletters, or other communications.

 

Delve into the data reviewed on the calls from labs, provincial condemnations, and old reports?

 

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Sign up for a free OAHN veterinary account (open to all licensed veterinarians in North America) @ www.oahn.ca

 

 

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Disease alerts, research reports, news, resources for each sector.

Have your RVTs up to date on disease in Ontario? 

 

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Sign them up for a free OAHN veterinary account (open to all licensed RVTs in Ontario) @ www.oahn.ca

 

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Podcasts (audio interviews with experts) for practical, timely information for veterinarians on topics pertinent to you.

Stay up to date on news and disease alerts worldwide as they happen? 

 

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Follow us on Facebook or Twitter: www.facebook.com/OntarioAnimalHealthNetwork

https://twitter.com/OntAnHealthNet/

 

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Social media with news and outbreak alerts for each species that you can follow easily, or share with your clients via your page/feeds.

Get help with small flock poultry, alternative species, bee, and fish cases?

 

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Sign up for listservs related to small poultry flock, bees, fish, and alternative species, email: oahn@uoguelph.ca

 

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Listservs for alternative species, small flock poultry, bees, and fish

veterinarians. Sign up by emailing oahn@uoguelph.ca

 

Keep up to date on CE while working? 

 

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Listen to the OAHN podcasts  @ www.oahn.podbean.com

 

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YouTube channel with videos on submitting laboratory samples, exploring the AHL, and much more.

Get podcast notifications automatically, or download to your phone automatically? 

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Subscribe to our feed on podbean, or in the iTunes/Google Play store

Contact information:

oahn@uoguelph.ca

519-824-4120 x 53364

 

Find all of these resources on our website   www.oahn.ca


Vision: Public trust and confidence from a collaborative animal health network in OntarioABOUT OAHN

Mission: Coordinated preparedness, early detection, and response to animal disease through sustainable, cross-sector networks

OUR NETWORKS

List of Networks available through OAHN

The Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN), funded through the Disease Surveillance Plan, a GF2 funded project, is set up to enhance animal disease surveillance in Ontario.  We have 10 networks, all of which function slightly differently.  The structure for many of the groups is shown below.  Each group meets regularly with experts in the field to look at information (from the laboratory, practitioners, OMAFRA, emerging threats, etc.)  The experts within the group interpret the information and share with producers and veterinarians.  The group can also help prioritize follow-up funds for disease investigations, be called upon in a disease or welfare incident for expertise or action.  Learn more at www.oahn.ca.

EXPERT NETWORK STRUCTURE

OAHN Network structure diagram

Contact information:

oahn@uoguelph.ca

519-824-4120 x53364