One Health
Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 33 (2)

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In recent years, the concept of One Health has gained wide acceptance in the scientific community as well as the attention of the development community, policy-makers and politicians. International bodies such as the OIE, the UN agencies, and the World Bank have adopted a One Health approach in their collaborative efforts to control avian and zoonotic influenza with pandemic potential and other diseases of animal origin on both a local and global scale. In this special issue of the Review, governmental representatives, organisational heads and experts on these issues from around the world provide insights and experiences that lead readers through the progression of One Healthâ from concept to perspectives to practice.

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More people are acknowledging the links among wildlife, domestic animals, ecosystems and human health, and the resulting need to address threats across many sectors, as well as the importance of these relationships in global issues such as climate change and food security and safety.

In this special issue of the Review, governmental representatives, organisational heads and experts on these issues from around the world provide insights and experiences that lead readers through the progression of One Health from concept to perspectives to practice.

Vol. 33 (2), 2014
ISBN 978-92-9044-930-0
29.7 x 21 cm

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Weight 1.2 kg
Dimensions 29.7 × 21 × 2 cm