SHIC

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Setting priorities for disease threats and strategies


Setting priorities for disease threats and strategies - Dr. Paul Sundberg, Swine Health Information Center, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

SwineCast 0954, Feedstuffs As Disease Vector - The Research Continues

SwineCast 0954 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Scott Dee at Pipestone Veterinary Services is tracking feed components as possible disease vectors.  In this conversation with Bruce Cochrane, he shares highlights of his presentation at Banff on the issue.
  • Link to Dr. Dee's presentation at MN Pork Congress

Reflection On Swine Health Information Center Beginnings

This is a look back on the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) as it passes through its second year. In the next several months, Dr. Paul Sundberg, SHIC's Executive Director, will be sharing updates to producers and looking for feedback on how the center is working.

Below is a timeline of several key SHIC related presentations to help understand the background and the direction SHIC is currently taking. See the SHIC landing page for fuller review of the Center [link].

Swine Health Center Update To Animal Health Community

Swine Health Center UpdateSwine Health Center Update Dr. Paul Sundberg, Executive Director, Swine Health Information Center (SHIC), is focused on the non-regulatory trans boundary diseases. With the mission of protecting and enhancing the health of the US swine herd, SHIC aims to weave together people, data, processes, and analysis to help the industry stay tuned and prepared. Dr. Sundberg shares the SHIC plan of work and details on who is involved with the animal health experts attending the 2016 NIAA Annual Conference: From Farm to Table - Food System Biosecurity for Animal Agriculture [video].

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Swine Health Center Update


Swine Health Center Update - Dr. Paul Sundberg, Executive Director, Swine Health Information Center, from the 2016 NIAA Annual Conference: From Farm to Table - Food System Biosecurity for Animal Agriculture, April 4-7, 2016, Kansas City, MO, USA.

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Controlling Emerging Swine Health Challenges


Controlling Emerging Swine Health Challenges - Dr. Paul Sundberg, Swine Health Information Center, from the 2016 Iowa Pork Congress, January 27-28, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Update: Swine Health Monitoring, Analysis, And Plans

Preparing for potential and emerging swine diseases: Swine Health Information Center UpdatePreparing for potential and emerging swine diseases: Swine Health Information Center Update Dr. Paul Sundberg, Executive Director, Swine Health Information Center (SHIC), shares an update on the first year of SHIC in operation. Dr. Sundberg outlines the Swine Health Monitoring and Analysis Group and the Swine Disease Matrix Project. Key messages include that trusted data sharing is a must for all producers to benefit, developing risk analysis models will help farm risk planning, and that close coordination between all parties is a must. Dr. Sundberg closes with the specific example of Seneca Valley Virus and how SHIC played a key part [video].

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Preparing for potential and emerging swine diseases: Swine Health Information Center Update


Preparing for potential and emerging swine diseases: Swine Health Information Center Update - Dr. Paul Sundberg, Executive Director, Swine Health Information Center, from the 2016 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 18 - 20, 2016, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Swine Health Information Center (SHIC), And Where We Are At Today


Swine Health Information Center (SHIC), And Where We Are At Today - Dr. Paul Sundberg, from the 2015 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 19-22, 2015, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

SwineCast 0884, Seneca Valley Virus First Event For Swine Health Information Center

SwineCast 0884 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Paul Sundberg with the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) uses 2015 Leman Conference Keynote to update attendees on latest advised practices relating to Seneca Valley Virus movement.
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