An interdisciplinary approach to tackling coronavirus
A life-threatening disease crosses from one species to another and humanity holds its breath. In the wake of the new coronavirus, we are all anxious now. Yet how many of us in the wider academic community are aware of the One Health Initiative?
The prospect of infection should be more than enough to persuade us that research and training in animal health, human health and environmental health need to be much better integrated. This is the core message of the One Health Initiative. Escaping from the silos, that is its project.
Launched in the United States in 2006, its scope is global, with a powerful focus on research, education and dissemination to policy-makers and the media. ...
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Please see MONOGRAPH in Veterinaria Italiana
“One Health – One Medicine”: linking human, animal and environmental healthRead More
History of the One Health Initiative team and website (April 2006 through September 2015) and the One Health Initiative website since October 1, 2008 … revised to June 2020 and again to date February 2021Read More
Vaccines for zoonoses: a One Health paradigm
SciTech Europa Quarterly (March 2018) – Issue 26Read More
Pan European Networks SciTech Europa Quarterly
SciTech Europa Vaccines for zoonoses: a one Health paradigm – Pages 227-229 (Read PDF) “One of the One Health Initiative team’s co-founders and leaders is an internationally-recognized eminent physician…Read More Read PDF