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Climate Change and tick-borne diseases: A One Health approach in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan
September 20, 2022 | 12 - 1pm ET
The TCC-3W (Tick-borne and Climate Change - 3 West) project is a One Health initiative funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The project aims to improve the evidence base and response capacity to address the impacts of climate change on tick-borne diseases in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. The presentation will provide an overview of the origins of the project, tick habitat and suitability modelling, current molecular testing for tick-borne diseases taking place, knowledge translation products, and surveillance initiatives that the project is supporting.