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Volume 6 - 2013

Florida Health

Disease Control

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Fall 2013-Volume 6 Issue 4

In this issue:

  • Vaccines against diseases transmitted from animals to humans
  • An analysis of the linkages between public health and ecosystem integrity
  • In Memoriam, James Steele
  • ProMED Fall 2013 outbreak roundup
  • Brief Items in One Health
  • Coming Events     
  • Recent One Health Publications

Summer 2013-Volume 6 Issue 3

In this issue:

  • One Health: The Environment
  • Land use and Roosting Ecology Reveals Links to Nipah virus Epidemiology
  • Rabies in Taiwan After 50 years-in Wildlife
  • One health Approach to a Mobile Medical Unit in Pasco County, FL
  • Outbreak reports from Around the World, 2nd Quarter 2013
  • Hendra virus Vaccine: A Classical Example of One Health
  • An Account of Recent One health Actions
  • Brief Items in One Health
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Spring 2013-Volume 6 Issue 2

In this issue:

  • The Novel H7N9 Influenza A Virus: Its Present Impact and Indeterminate Future
  • One Health Human-Animal Comparative Medicine Presentations—Asthma
  • The Wildlife Health Event Reporter— A Surveillance and Communication Tool
  • Study Shows Human-Wildlife Microbe Exchange and Multidrug Resistance in Wildlife in Protected Areas in Africa
  • Excerpt from: One Health, Food Security, and Veterinary Medicine
  • One Health Initiative Advances Care for Humans, Animals, and the Environment
  • ProMED Outbreak Reports, First Quarter 2013
  • Brief Items in One Health
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Winter 2013-Volume 6 Issue 1

In this issue:

  • Why physicians should be interested in One Health
  • Advance One Health or impede One Health—an opinion
  • Human-driven environmental change influences malaria trans-mission
  • A need for a One Health approach to anthrax surveillance and control
  • Coughs and sneezes, bats, birds, pigs, and you
  • ProMED-mail outbreak reports, September-December 2012
  • The new United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act
  • Opportunities in One Health
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

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