Information and event planning guidance for Veterinary, Medical and Public Health students about how to get involved with World Rabies Day.
North Carolina State University Wins Fifth-Annual Rabies Symposium!
With great pleasure, the Global Alliance for Rabies Control has awarded
the 2012 Merial Rabies Symposium to North Carolina State University, College of
. A full-day rabies symposium, sponsored by Merial,
with talks from local and international experts will be held at North Carolina State
University and we hope that students in their veterinary, biomedical, and
public health sciences programs will all participate to help spread the
One-Health message. Congratulations! More information coming soon.
: Rabid Bytes
, the Newsletter of the Global Alliance for Rabies Control is published on a quarterly basis to show you first hand the latest news and updates of project campaigns around the world. The newsletter is also very informative on how Rabies affects the lives of humans and animals in countries across the world daily. We invite you to learn more at www.rabiescontrol.net
, the official website for the Global Alliance for Rabies Control.
(AVMA): "Rabies" is a brochure on what is rabies, what is an exposure, how to handle an exposure and more. Utilize this brochure to educate your staff and volunteers along with individuals in your community. This brochure is provided by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
2011 Rabies Compendium
The Compendium of Animal Rabies Prevention and Control, 2011 is a document provided by the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, Inc. This document guides you through information concerning rabies exposures, quarantine guidelines, prophylaxis, vaccine manufactures and more. This document is for your use and for distribution to practicing veterinarians, wildlife rehabilitators, animal welfare organization, and officials in animal control, public health, wildlife management, and agriculture.
(AVMA): "What you should know about Dog Bite Prevention" is a brochure on learning how to prevent situations that can lead to dog bites. This brochure lists what to do to prevent an attack along with what to do if your dog bites. Utilize this brochure to educate members in your community of all ages. This brochure is provided to you by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Rabies: The Disease, The Virus, The Treatment (PPT):
Utilize this power point for discussions, training, self learning, and community presentations. This power point discusses the rabies virus and how it replicates and cycles through the body; how many people/animals are affected; what is an exposure and the next step; pre-exposure and post-exposure vaccines and how they work; and more. This power point is provided to you by the World Rabies Day team.
Talking Points for Veterinarians to Use with Their Clients
(North America) Contributed collaboratively by the AAHA, AVMA, CDC & NASPHV.