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Volume 4 - 2011

Florida Health

Disease Control

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Fall 2011-Volume 4 Issue 4

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In this issue:

  • Celebration of World Veterinary Year and the Eradication of Rinderpest
  • Who Coined the Term "One Medicine"?
  • Fatal Respiratory Infections in Gorillas Are Linked to Human Contact
  • What You Need to Know About Armadillos and Leprosy
  • Are We All Sanitarians?
  • NEON (The National Ecological Observatory Network)
  • Strengthening One Health Approaches Through Tabletop Simulation Exercises
  • Engaging Veterinarians in Public Health: One County's Efforts
  • The American Nurses Association and the One Health Initiative
  • Looking to the future, AAVMC Board of Directors Approves NAVMEC Report
  • Meeting Summary:Consideration of an International Society for One Health (ISOH)
  • Resolution from the Florida Medical Association House of Delegates, July 2011
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Summer 2011-Volume 4 Issue 3

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In this issue:

  • 1st International One Health Congress
  • Monitoring Killer Mice from Space
  • What Is a Tree Worth?
  • Canadian Medical and Veterinary Medical College Deans Jointly Discuss One Health
  • Improving Human Health through a One Health Approach in Bangladesh
  • New Journal Addresses Infection Between Animals and Humans
  • CN-Responding to Emerging Threats
  • Human Studies Might Benefit Zoo Animals
  • Traditional Approaches to Beating the Heat in India
  • Helping Animals Cope with Heat
  • First Students Graduate from Joint DVM/MPH Degree Program at U. of F.
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Spring 2011-Volume 4 Issue 2

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In this issue:

  • A One Health Approach to Public Health
  • The Bed Bug Epidemic: An Interview with Dr.Susan Little
  • One Health, One Land base, One Holistic Economic Impact and Risk Assessment
  • "We are in it together"...physicians and veterinarians serving human and animal health worldwide
  • One Health Commission, a global comprehensive health organization, locates to ISU
  • Physicians, veterinarians learn from each other at first-ever "Zoobiquity" conference
  • Collaborative experience in Brazil:Interdisciplinary education and diagonal approach
  • Non-Surgical Sterilization of Dogs: A Tool in the Fight to Eradicate Rabies
  • WHER: The Wildlife Health Event Reporter
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Winter 2011- Volume 4 Issue 1

In this issue:

  • The making of an atlas of infectious diseases
  • Building local poultry businesses as a means of addressing protein malnutrition and poverty in a rural area of Kenya
  • The National Park System, A Living Laboratory for One Health
  • Studying the role of nature's benefits in human health and well-being: How the EPA is contributing to the One Health approach
  • UCDavis School of VETERINARY MEDICINE SEMINAR SERIES "Frontiers in One Health"
  • Center integrates human, animal, environmental health
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

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