January, 2020
Happy New Year
from the One Health Commission
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Global Campaign
(in the US and beyond)
To promote collaboration between animal, environmental, plant and public health scientists, on December 19, 2019 the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan Senate Resolution 462 (S Res 462). See  Press Release. Then, on January 14, 2020, US House Representatives Kurt Schrader and Ted Yoho introduced the same resolution H.Res.794. See Press Release . To expand this awareness around the globe the One Health Commission and Louisiana One Health in Action are leading a global One Health Awareness Month Campaign that includes a 30-Day Social Media Challenge. See the One Health Awareness Month Guide . Using #OneHealth, follow the Social Media Challenge Calendar to raise awareness on your favorite social media platform about the importance of and critical need for One Health. 
One Health, the SDGs and Economics
World Bank Report. Investing in pandemic preparedness contributes to poverty alleviation, especially because infectious diseases tend to affect poor people disproportionately more than others. To succeed will require a multipronged effort to persuade policy makers and communities to take measures of the political economy, cultural environment, and embrace a “One Health” approach which recognizes human health as connected to that of animal health and the environment requiring multi-sectoral engagement when mobilizing and allocating resources. It will mean convincing decision-makers that they should not ignore what is important in lieu of what is urgent and make preparedness a priority, persuade the private sector to invest in it, and do so in a sustainable manner.
A new program administered by the National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education (NIAMRRE), will soon give producers a better way to demonstrate to consumers that they follow responsible animal care principles. One Health CertifiedTM, a comprehensive animal care program, establishes verified animal production practices in five core areas: disease prevention, veterinary care, responsible antibiotic use, animal welfare, and environmental impacts. https://onehealthcertified.org/

The 1HOPE initiative provides an opportunity for individuals from around the world to collectively get involved in educating the public about One Health. Working groups are forming and will focus on education in six categories: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Civil Society / Community, (includes Non-Profit and Non-Government Organizations, NGOs), Corporate , and Government (includes Intergovernmental Organisations).

A Project Overview has been developed ( https://tinyurl.com/y4hk6y9c ) along with sharable slides highlighting key aspects of the 1HOPE initiative and Planning Team ( https://tinyurl.com/yxnnbrcl ). It is not too late to get involved if you are interested and can able to actively participate.

Vision: We envision a world where people of all ages in civil and governmental organizations apply a One Health and Well-Being (OHWB) approach - recognising and respecting the interconnections and inter-dependencies among humans, animals, plants and the environment – thereby collaboratively addressing the issues that face us all and striving to ensure the sustainability of the planet. 

Main Aim: To build and support global capacity for understanding and valuing the One Health & Well-Being concept and approach as the foundation for achieving the UN-2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

It is not too late to get involved if you are interested and able to actively participate. New participants are welcome any time. More information. https://tinyurl.com/y4a767kf
1st Annual Report of the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB)
Created in May 2018 by the World Health Organization and the World Bank Group in response to recommendations by the UN Secretary General’s Global Health Crises Task, the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB) is an independent monitoring and accountability body to ensure preparedness for global health crises. Comprised of political leaders, agency principals and world-class experts, the Board provides an independent and comprehensive appraisal for policy makers and the world about progress towards increased preparedness and response capacity for disease outbreaks and other emergencies with health consequences. This comprehensive overview of the international state of preparedness for health threats provides 7 high-level recommendations. It finds that the world is facing a high risk of regional and global disease outbreaks with potential devastating social, political, public health, and economic consequences; this in the face of diminishing institutional trust. Additionally, even though many pathogens have pandemic potential, the fast-moving nature of respiratory pathogens presents unique challenges that we are wholly unprepared to face. https://tinyurl.com/wdrwrml
Armenia is now equipped with a Central [veterinary] Diagnostic Laboratory (CVDL) and with Portable Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories (PVDLs) stationed in five major cattle-concentrated areas in the country. Providing the PVDLs was a visionary project of Dr. Hazarabedian (1930-2003), founding Chair of A.T.G. who always used the term “Animal Health/ Public Health” – a concept that is now promoted worldwide as “One Health”. “Recognizing that human health (including mental health via the human-animal bond phenomenon), animal health and ecosystem health are inextricably linked, One Health seeks to promote, improve, and defend the health and well-being of all species by enhancing co-operation and collaboration between physicians, veterinarians, other scientific health and environmental professionals, and by promoting strengths in leadership and management to achieve these goals.” A.T.G. vision statement, “One Health is dedicated to improving the lives of all species – human and animal – through the integration of human medicine, veterinary medicine and environmental science.” https://tinyurl.com/tea7ue6
The end of 2019 marked the conclusion of training for four fellows in the One Health Eastern Africa Research Training (OHEART) program at Ohio State. Supported by the National Institutes of Health Fogarty, this program strengthens capacity of four eastern African academic institutes located in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania through a PhD and post-doctoral fellowship program , where candidates spend 1.5 years at Ohio State and 2.5 years at their home university. https://tinyurl.com/tbdhcn5
  To raise awareness on the role of scientists in inventing the future, the One Health Center at UF has launched the "One Health Outreach Challenge. This year's challenge will be to generate one million views of the #BeautifulScience video in One year for One health. Music can be a means of finding convergence in moments of hardship. Today, science is sometimes accused of growing distant from the general population and scientists are perceived as inhabiting tall ivory towers. It is time to share with the public that science is the inspiration , the determination and the passion by which we aim to achieve a sustainable, and even more beautiful tomorrow . https://onehealth.ifas.ufl.edu/beautifulscience/

Student News
Hosted by UC Davis One Health Institute. In celebration of January 2020 as National One Health Awareness Month in the US, this One Health twitter contest is for U.S. K-12 and undergraduate students. Be sure to tweet your response by January 31st. Even better, tweet your response sooner so it will be reshared during One Health Awareness Month! All K-12 and undergraduate students based in the U.S. are invited to submit a photo, video, or written statement representing what #OneHealth means to you! Use the hashtag #OneHealthContest to submit your entry. January 31 deadline. https://tinyurl.com/w6gw6hy
February 9, 2020 - Webinar
1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern, 6:00 0 7:30 GMT
Join the International Student One Health Alliance to learn about advocating for One Health through education and policy.

Deborah Thomson, DVM from the US is a One Health curriculum developer and the American Veterinary Medical Association's Congressional Science and Engineering Policy Fellow. Her talk is titled "Non-Traditional One Health in Action"
George R. Lueddeke, PhD, MEd, Dipl. AVES (Hon.), educational advisor in higher and medical education and author of the 2019 book, Survival: One Health, One Planet, One Future, lives in the United Kingdom. His talk is titled "One Health & Well-Being in the 21st Century: Mapping Out the Future"
Read more about the speakers and register for the webinar here .
Call for Articles:
ISOHA’s First Educational Journal 

ISOHA invites students of all levels from across the globe to submit articles for its new ISOHA Educational Journal, set to be launched early this year. Suggested topics include but are not limited to infectious and zoonotic disease, antimicrobial resistance, food safety and bio-security, emergency preparedness and outbreak management, and translational and comparative research. Deadline for submission is February 15, 2020. For more info and to submit an article, click here .

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. On January 20, 2020, as part of its Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) worked with the School of Nursing and the School of Dental Medicine at Penn Vet's annual One Health Dog & Cat vaccination clinic to offer free and low-cost healthcare services to both people and their pets. The vaccination clinic has taken place since 2009; but this year for the first time, pet owners were also able to address their own personal dental and health concerns with assistance from registered nurses and students from the Nursing School and the Dental School.  https://tinyurl.com/ttsdj6z
December 12, 2019 Webinar
Hosted by the US National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Arizona Departments of Health Services developed a comprehensive One Health toolkit to better address the many One Health issues facing public health, such as vector-borne diseases and zoonoses driven by wildlife diversity, social-economic disparities, and extreme weather events. During toolkit development, the health department identified a lack of documentation outlining partner roles and responsibilities. This toolkit aims to strengthen existing collaborations, foster communication, and enhance capacity for routine investigations and emergency preparedness. https://tinyurl.com/wlya4a8 Recording available
One Health and BioDiversity
March 20, 2018, Dr. Gary Tabor, renowned conservation biologist, wildlife Veterinarian and world leading expert on connectivity conservation, speaks about the urgent need to ‘connect’ wildlife habitats to sustain animal populations and why that is important for human and planet health. https://biolinksalliance.org.au/gary-tabor-talk/
for American Public Health Association Annual Meeting - Preventing Violence
October 24-28, 2020
Deadline - February 20. The VPH SPIG program will consist of two or three 90-minute sessions of four 15 to 20 minute presentations along with at least one additional poster session addressing the following suggested themes:
  • How Does Veterinary Public Health Support One Health Issues?
  • Occupational Risks for Zoonotic Disease Exposures (including those associated with pathogens developing antimicrobial resistance) 
  • One Health Epidemiology and Informatics: How Can Technological Advancements Help Surveillance, Diagnosis, Reporting, and Response to Diseases and Other Public Health Issues?
  • One Health Surveillance of Emerging Zoonoses, Vector-Borne Diseases, and the Link to Ecosystem Change
  • One Health for Violence Prevention and Intervention: Impacts of the Human-Animal Bond 
  • The Role of Veterinary Public Health in Supporting a Sustainable and Healthy Food System
  • https://apha.confex.com/apha/2020/vet.htm
Relevant Media

In case you missed it: 

OIE Panorama #2019-1 Special Edition -

Neglected One Health Issues
Harmful algal blooms (HABs) can contaminate the environment, drinking water, recreational water, and food. They are an emerging public health issue. Exposure to HAB toxins through water, food, or air may cause a range of mild to severe symptoms in both humans and animals. HAB-associated exposures can result in symptoms that affect the skin, stomach and intestines, lungs, and nervous system. Animals, such as dogs, cattle, birds, and fish, are likely to be affected during a HAB event before people, as they are more likely to drink from or swim in waters that contain HABs. People can be affected by HAB events from exposure during work or recreational activities, or from ingestion of contaminated water or food. https://www.cdc.gov/habs/ohhabs.html
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Upcoming Events
January 30, 2020, Webinar
9:30 a.m. Eastern
Hosted by CORE Group. Presentation by Dr. George Lueddeke, Chair of the international  One Health for One Planet Education (1HOPE)  initiative. Dr. Lueddek has published widely on societal and educational transformation, innovation and leadership. He will describe the inter-dependencies among people, animals, plants, and their shared environment towards a goal of health and well-being for all. Webinar free but you must register. https://tinyurl.com/w3vup3z

January 30, 2020 Webinar
8:00 am Eastern
Hosted in recognition of world Neglected Tropical Diseases Day by Access and Delivery Partnership/UNDP, the COUNTDOWN initiative/Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases. http://adphealth.org/webinar/
January 31, 2020 Webinar
11 am Eastern
Jonathan Patz, MD, MPH, U Wisconsin-Madison
Renee Salas, MD, MPH, MS, Harvard U

Hosted by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). The Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change is an international, multi-disciplinary collaboration that monitors the links between health and climate change through indicators highlighting the threats to health and the solutions. The 2019 Global Report and its companion Policy Brief for the United States were released on November 13, 2019. Dr. Salas and Dr. Patz will discuss how these recent findings present a profound opportunity to improve health and the steps needed to achieve a healthier future for everyone. Free but you must Register to receive your unique login link. https://tinyurl.com/wmcfqr8
February 18, 2020 Webinar
10:00 - 11:00 AM Eastern

  • Dr. Catherine Machalaba, EcoHealth Alliance,
  • Dr. Sharon Deem, Director of the Institute of Conservation Medicine at the St. Louis Zoo,
  • Dr. Cheryl Stroud, Executive Director, One Health Commission. Hosted by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). This webinar brings together three One Health leaders who will share important insights into the power of this platform and what we can all do to impact the challenges affecting us and our natural world. Free but you must Register. https://tinyurl.com/w6ovsab
February 20-23, 2020
19th International Congress on Infectious Diseases (ICID) 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian. Hosted by the International Society for Infectious Diseases, Registration discount in January. The 19th ICID features an expanded range of sessions by bringing the One Health aspect to the world of clinical infectious diseases and microbiology. The One Health Concept recognizes the commonality of human, environmental and animal health and is critical to understanding, managing and preventing emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases globally. From antimicrobial resistance, Nipah virus and rabies to the effects of climate change, loss of biodiversity, and political instability on infectious diseases, looking through the One Health lens will provide invaluable insights across species and specialties. https://www.icid.isid.org/
February 29, 2020 
Mumbai, India, Bombay Veterinary College Parel Mumbai. Organisers: Millennium India Education Foundation (MIEF) jointly with Seth Dr G S Medical College & KEM Hospital Parel Mumbai, Bombay Veterinary College, Parel, Mumbai and LIC WZ. Participants will be a mix of medical and veterinary practitioners, researchers, and students. MIEF is the only organisation in India which has been working on One health concept in which both medical and veterinary experts share their experiences, research on early diagnosis, treatment and prevention of zoonotic diseases of public health importance. Link coming soon. See Program . Contact drkakroo@gmail.com for more information. https://tinyurl.com/sknthdc
March 11-14, 2020 
Fairbanks, Alaska. Hosted by the University of Alaska, Fairbanks Center for One Health Research (UAF-COHR) in partnership with the U.S. Department of State. This event is part of the United States contribution to One Arctic, One Health, an Arctic Council project now in its fifth year. This conference will bring together scientists, healthcare professionals, educators, students, policy makers, and community stakeholders to learn about the latest advances in One Health research. The goal is to build international, interdisciplinary teams to work on the most pressing issues facing the future of the Circumpolar North. See the Conference Video . https://bit.ly/32sMERU
March 16-17, 2020
Rockville, Maryland, USA. Hosted by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (DMID), this meeting will focus on understanding the link between environmental sources of antimicrobials and clinical antibiotic resistance. Discussions will include an overview of One Health, and explore methods of detection and surveillance, comparisons of data and surveillance systems, diagnostic platform technologies, and strategies which address antimicrobial stewardship across the One Health landscape. Collaborative networks will be explored for surveillance systems, sharing existing data, diagnostic technologies and strategies which mitigate antimicrobial use and foster antimicrobial stewardship. Free but you must Register to attend. https://tinyurl.com/tcmyrvk
March 26-29, 2020 
Saint Maarten, Caribbean. The American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine’s Caribbean Center for Disaster Medicine (CCDM), in collaboration with Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and regional partners in Siant Maarten and the Caribbean, will gather professionals from around the world to share insights and expertise on preparing for and managing disasters, building disaster management capacity in the workforce, and educating and training in the health professions. Perspectives from all dimensions of disaster medicine, with focused tracks on Mass Casualty Events and Infectious Disease, are invited. See summary of the First Annual CCDM International Conference on Disaster Medicine and Hurricane Resiliency held in March 2019Call for Abstracts. https://bit.ly/2pznfYe

Durham, North Carolina, USA. Hosted by Duke University Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program. This Symposium on Oceans and Human Health will bring together research and educational activities at the crossroads of the marine environment and human health leveraging the unique biological and biochemical diversity of the marine environment to better understand and treat human disease and understand how our human-induced impacts on the world’s oceans influence nature’s health and our own. Abstract Deadline January 24.
March 27-28, 2020
Second European Crypto-Infections Conference
Dublin, Ireland. Crypto-infections, i.e. hidden infections such as Lyme disease and Bartonella , include tick- borne bacterial pathogens and others. They are well recognized as a significant burden of disease in both human and animal hosts. However, much remains to be done to further diagnose, understand the underlying pathogenesis, and optimally treat these infections. This conference will bring together a wide range of scientists, both in human and veterinary medicine and in other disciplines dealing with these infections, to share their current knowledge develop a ‘blueprint’ to further the study of these infections. https://tinyurl.com/vjhylh4
March 29- April 2, 2020
At the 112th National Shellfisheries Association (NSA) meeting
Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Student Travel Awards are available to present research results (will pay for the NSA membership, registration fee, hotel, meals and poster printing). Students from Africa may also get airfare support. Additional Minority Student travel awards are available. Send 250-word abstract and copy of CV as soon as possible to environmentalgenomics.warren@gmail.com. https://www.shellfish.org/annual-meeting
April 1, 2020 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Phipps Conservatory 2020 One Health Symposium. Opening Reception April 14. To build a shared interdisciplinary vision of “health” and serve as a catalyst for positive change, Phipps Conservatory brings together leaders to explore global and local environmental issues and their effects on human, animal, and environmen-tal health through One Health collaborations. More info coming.   Visit the Phipps website for summaries of their previous One Health symposia, 2019's One Health and the Future of Food , 2018's Chemicals of Concern in the Environment and 2017's One Health One Planet . https://bit.ly/2P2RD88
May 27-29, 2020
Prague, Czech Republic. Hosted by the One Health EJP in collaboration with partners the National Institute of Public Health (SZU) and Veterinary Research Institute (VRI). Satellite sessions on May 26.
July 5-6, 2020 
New Delhi, India. Hosted by the Millenium India Education Foundation (MIEF), Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, Confederation of Medical Associations in Asia and Oceania (CMMAO), Heart Care Foundation of India(HCFI). Contact drkakroo@gmail.com   for more information. https://tinyurl.com/tv3euv4
Save the Date
November 5-6, 2020
Global One Health Conference
One of GOHi's outreach capacity building goals is to convene workshops and conferences that serve as knowledge-sharing and networking platforms. Biennially, GOHi convenes the Global One Health conference in Columbus, Ohio during the first week of November marking One Health Day, which takes place on November 3. Together with diverse campus and global partners, GOHi will bring together local, regional, national and international scientists and policy-makers to address key priority global capacity building issues. No link available yet.
Recent PAST EVENTS (You might have missed)
T hese events have passed but we would like for you to be aware of them!
January 21, 2020 
One Health Social Sciences - Webinar
Dr. Séverine Thys discussed the added value of conducting a socio-anthropological study to understand barriers faced to control Neglected Zoonotic Diseases (NZDs). Dr. Thys de-scribed the socio-cultural drivers in three case-studies: Cystic echinococcosis in Morocco; Taenia solium Taeniasis/cysticercosis in Zambia; and Rabies in South Africa, concluding with a cross-case analysis and general recommendations. Recording available . Click Register to begin the recording. https://tinyurl.com/rfdvqrb
January 15, 2020 
Through this forum, a sponsorship agreement with the Asian Animal Welfare Association was planned to expand the companion dog walking campaign not only in Korea but throughout Asia. Health & Madison website: http://www.hnmcorp.kr/ [Link In Korean, Open in Chrome to translate]

Hanoi, Vietnam. Hosted by Intrnational Livestock Research Institute, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Vietnam National Institute of Veterinary Research, Funded by CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health,
See Workshop Summary https://tinyurl.com/v669pu3

Don’t forget to USE!!  
Spread the word. Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can directly post and view One Health Opportunities, from summer programs to educational, job and funding opportunities. http://bit.ly/2kdZmiN
Clinical Scholars is one of several programs created in the U.S. by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to develop a network of strong, interdisciplinary leaders from every sector working to create a nation where everyone can reach their best possible health and well-being. It is a 3 year leadership development program for experienced health practitioners including pharmacists, physical therapists, veterinarians, dentists, social workers, nurses, physicians, and many others working in clinical or academic settings. Scholars work in teams of 3-5 individuals from diverse disciplines to design innovative projects addressing a complex health problem in their geographic region. Teams receive annual grant funding up to $525,000 so members can participate at no cost to themselves or their organizations. Clinical Scholars is led by a team located at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Questions, Melissa Green, MPH at 919-843-3304 or clinicalscholars@unc.edu . https://bit.ly/2KCwYoa 
The Center for Biological Diversity, Population and Sustainability Program
The Center for Biological Diversity's Population team creates and manages creative campaigns, outreach projects and educational materials to raise awareness about the impact of human population growth on wildlife and the planet. The intern will assist in creating a toolkit on population and consumption’s impact on habitat and wildlife for incorporation into campaigns, messaging and strategies. Additional related research, writing and other duties may be assigned as needed. You do not need to live in DC to apply. Learn more / apply.
Fellowships/ Residencies / Postdocs
Yale U, New Haven, Connecticut, USA. This fellowship aims to accelerate the ideas and impact of 20 new and necessary thought leaders, the majority of whom will be women and people of color. They will be provided with extraordinary support, leadership skills and knowledge to ensure their ideas shape the greatest and most urgent conversation of our age. Application deadline February 16. https://tinyurl.com/tnerovq

A bilateral, global exchange initiative designed to promote mutual understanding, enhance One Health leadership and professional skills, and build lasting and sustainable partnerships between fellows, Rwandan institutions, and partners in the United States (US). The program creates a network of One Health leaders who can use their professional knowledge to minimize public health threats in their countries and communities through targeted One Health leadership training, deliberately crafted fellowship placements, and creation of strategic and sustainable partnerships. https://vetsites.tufts.edu/one-health-fellowship/

The Gund Institute for Environment at UVM seeks an exceptional researcher   to explore the connections between global environmental change and human health outcomes. Specifically seeking candidates focused on the mental health impacts from exposure to nature, but other topics regarding nature-health links will be considered. Application due February 15, 2020. https://tinyurl.com/rgtqubb

Work closely with the PHA team to support a global community dedicated to advancing the field of planetary health. The Program Coordinator will support the Senior Program Manager and perform a wide range of administrative, communications, and related activities. They will monitor the latest planetary health research and key engagement opportunities to support the development of our monthly newsletter; develop content for the PHA’s online and social media presence; coordinate the convening of both the Harvard-based and international planetary health community; and coordinate a global planetary health network of next generation leaders through the development of mentorship, leadership, and networking opportunities. More Information .
Journal Articles
Amato L, Dente MG, Calistri P, Declich S, et. al., Microorganisms 2020, 8(1), 84; https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms8010084

Wilcox BA, Aguirre AA, De Paula N , Siriaroonrat B, Echaubard P, Front. Public Health, 22 May 2019,  https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2019.00085

Heaney AK, Shaman J, Alexander KA,  Nature Commun ications, 10, 5798 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41467-019-13584-6

H arrison S, Kivuti-Bitok L, Macmillan A, Priest P, Environ Int. 2019 Nov;132:105058.
doi: 10.1016/j.envint.2019.105058. Epub 2019 Aug 29.

Baradaran-Seyed Z, Leila Pishraft-Sabet L, Comment: Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 3, ISSUE 4, Pe161-e162, April 01, 2019, Open Access Published: April 01, 2019 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(18)30285-

Rabinowitz P, Pappaioanou M, Bardosh KL, et al. BMJ Glob Health, 2018;3:e001137. doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2018-001137

Cunningham AA, Daszak P, Wood JLN, Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2017 Jul 19; 372(1725): 20160167. Published online 2017 Jun 5. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2016.0167

Chandler M, Cunningham S, Lund EM, Khanna C, Naramore R, Patel A, Day MJ. J Comp Pathol. 2017 May; 156(4):296-309. Epub 2017 Apr 28.

Bartges J, Kushner RF, Michel KE, Sallis R, Day MJ, J Comp Pathol. 2017 May; 156(4):326-333. Epub 2017 Apr 28.

Bomberg E, Birch L, Endenburg N, German AJ, Neilson J, Seligman H, Takashima G, Day MJ. J Comp Pathol. 2017 May; 156(4):310-325. Epub 2017 Apr 29.

L aaser U, Dorey S, Nurse J, Front. Public Health, 31 October 2016 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2016.00241
Editorial / Commentary
Seifman R, Commentary, Journal of Health Care Finance, Summer 2018

FAO and Palladium Group use the One Health Policy Model developed by the USAID-funded preparedness and Response project to present long-term scenarios for 2050 for the livestock sectors in four countries: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda
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