Detection and Response to Novel Influenza A (H7N9) virus: training has been organized in Umnugobi
Detection and Response to Novel Influenza A (H7N9) virus: The training has been successfully organized by specialists of the National Center for Communicable Diseases and Veterinary Institute with funding by the CDC, USA on 20, 21 March 2018 in Umnugovi province.
Detection and Response to Novel Influenza A (H7N9) virus: The training has been successfully organized by specialists of the National Center for Communicable Diseases and Veterinary Institute with funding by the CDC, USA on 20, 21 March 2018 in Umnugovi province.
 
Translated training materials, which recommended and developed by the CDC, USA were used. Presented several presentations by the specialists on the A (H7N9) character and epidemiological surveillance, clinical management, infection control and risk communication and assessment in the training. As well as, in order to reinforce knowledge, table top exercise has been done.
 
Over 30 specialists were attended the training including the Governor's Office of Province, Border Professional Inspection Agency, Professional Inspection Agency, Zoonotic Center, Health Department, Regional Diagnostic and Treatment Center, Veterinary and Emergency Management Agency (Picture 2).
 
First day of the training, A. Ambaselmaa, Head of Division of Surveillance and Research of Infectious diseases, NCCD introduced the newly approved Regulation # 8 by the Vice Prime Minister on information exchange between multi-sectors.
 
Then by other specialists from VI and NCCD have been given the presentations on rapid response during potential disasters and public health emergencies, and Influenza A (H7N9) virus, global avian influenza and its current situation, specimen collection, storage, transportation, bio-safety, avian influenza HXNy virus epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment, non-drug prevention, infection control and prevention methods. Second day of the training, the participants have been divided into 2 groups and participated on table top exercise on Human infection with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus.
 
 

 
Picture 2. Participants of the training

 
Picture 3. Participants of the training during the interview

 
Picture 4. J. Nyamsuren, specialist of NCCD presents the sequence of wear and tear for Personal Protective Equipment

 
Picture 5. Participants during the desktop exercise

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