South Dakota One Health: Vaccine-Preventable Diseases of People & Animals

Categorized: Livestock, Beef, Dairy, Horse, Pork, Sheep, Healthy Families, Health & Wellness

: Apr 26th

The South Dakota One Health Meeting: Vaccine-Preventable Diseases of People & Animals will be held April 26, 2017 at the USD Health Science Center (1400 W. 22nd St., Room 106, Sioux Falls, SD 57105). 

The latest in a series of “One Health” meetings in South Dakota, this session will explore the differences and similarities between the vaccine strategies used by health care providers and by veterinarians to keep their patients healthy. Interested audiences include: health care providers, veterinarians, animal caretakers, state and local agency representatives, researchers, academics, and students.


  • 9:00 am - Welcome/Announcements
    Dr. Russ Daly, SDSU

  • 9:05 am - Overview of Vaccine Preventable Diseases in South Dakota; Current Recommendations for Adults and Children
    Dr. Fernando Bula-Rudas, Sanford Health; Dr. Jawad Nazir, Avera McKennan

  • 10:15 am - Statewide Statistics on Vaccinations
    Dr. Lon Kightlinger, SD DOH
  • 11:00 am - Vaccine Preventable Diseases in our Food/Companion Animals
    Dr. Monte Furhmann, Sioux Nation Ag; Dr. Dick Rogen, Horizon Pet Care
  • 12:10 pm - Lunch
    Provided by the SD Area Health Education Center through the SD Community Foundation
  • 1:10 pm - Protecting Zoo Animals from Animal and Human Disease
    Dr. Anne Burgdorf, Great Plains Zoo
  • 1:45 pm - Recognizing and Treating Adverse Effects of Vaccines in People and Animals
    Dr. Victor Huber, USD; Dr. Chris Chase, SDSU
  • 3:00 pm - What's in animal vaccines? Accidental Injections and Needle Sticks: How harmful are they to people?
    Dr. Chris Chase, SDSU
  • 3:30 pm - What's the future for human and animal vaccines?
    Dr. Victor Huber, USD; Dr. Diego Diel, SDSU
  • 4:30 pm - Q&A with the speakers; comments from other participants
  • 5:00 pm - Adjourn

Online Registration

This event is free but pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Russ Daly, Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian and South Dakota State Public Health Veterinarian.