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Volume 8 - 2015

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2015-Volume 8 Issue 4

In this issue:

  • Advancing the One Health Approach in the Arctic Region
  • When Scientists Meet Policy-makers: An Innovative Way to Execute the One Health Approach to Tackle Zoonoses in the Context of Climate Change, Québec (Canada)
  • New Director Appointed for Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s One Health Office (USA)
  • One Health at the 36th Annual Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Meeting
  • ProMED Quarterly Update
  • Brief Items in One Health
  • Upcoming Events
  • Publications in One Health
  • References

2015-Volume 8 Issue 3

In this issue:

  • Avian Flu Background and Update
  • History of the One Health Initiative Team and Website
  • University of Florida and Kenyan University Students Partner to Explore One Health Issues
  • Extraordinary One Health Leader Awarded Gold Headed Cane (USA): An Internationally Recognized Physician Virologist and Vaccine Developer
  • The Relevance of “One Health” to South Africa
  • ProMED Quarterly Update
  • Brief Items in One Health
  • Upcoming Events
  • Publications in One Health
  • References

2015-Volume 8 Issue 2

In this issue:

  • Two One Health Programs Work to Integrate Human Health
    into ‘One Health’ (USA)
  • African Researchers Adopt One Health to Stop Rats
  • Five Years after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Impacts on
    Gulf Communities and Seafood
  • “What’s in a name?” Plenty!
  • Bats, Birds, and Camels Are Still Bad News, and Now People Too: ProMED Quarterly Update
  • Brief Items in One Health
  • Upcoming Events
  • Publications in One Health
  • References

2015-Volume 8 Issue 1

In this issue:

  • An Analysis of the Linkages between Public Health & Ecosystem Integrity, part 6 of 6
  • Tacaribe Virus in Florida: An Example of Bottom-Up Discovery of Potential Human and Animal Pathogens
  • Do We Need One Health Surveillance?
  • Chikungunya Virus Infection: Ecoepidemiological Considerations of a New Threat for Latin America
  • Excerpts from "Progress and Challenges in Controlling Neglected Zoonotic Diseases," Published in Veterinary Record 24 January 2015
  • ProMED Quarterly Update
  • Advancements in One Health
  • Upcoming Events
  • Publications in One Health

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