NEXT-One Health module in the “Study of Health in Pomerania” (SHIP)
Based on existing SHIP data (2016-2019), 43% of participants kept at least one pet or farm animal and 38% dogs, cats or poultry in the study region in north-eastern Germany. Since mid 2021 the Study of Health in Pomerania (SHIP) examines for the first time not only human participants but also their animal contacts (dogs, cats, poultry, pigeons)
The results of this project will support the development of husbandry and hygiene recommendations. To this end, we are collecting information needs and feedback on the data collection protocols and invite you to jointly review interim results and work on selected research questions.
We will present an overview of the data collections and selected interim findings. You can contribute by submitting suggestions (e.g. information needs, research questions) or join a working group to discuss specific aspects of the SHIP-NEXT One Health module.
The project is carried out jointly with the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Greifswald-Insel Riems.
For more information: See external links
> SHIP-NEXT OH website (German only)
> recent press release
> newsletter 1 and poster on the SHIP-NEXT module One Health
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