One Health Publications

One Health Program Progress Report from the Netherlands

January 9, 2004

One Health Program Progress Report from the Netherlands   Reported by: Arno Vermeulen PhD  •  Managing Director Yalelaan 42  •  3584 CM Utrecht  •  The Netherlands P: +31 30 253 1142  •  M: +31 6 46311342    

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National League of Cities (USA) Resolutions Passed November 12, 2012

January 8, 2004

National League of Cities (USA) Resolutions Passed November 12, 2012

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Q-fever Associated with Goat Farms (USA)

January 7, 2004

Q-fever Associated with Goat Farms (USA) CDC/MMWR Oct 14

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One Health interest…Goats and cancer

January 5, 2004

One Health Interest: RE Professional exposure to goats potentially increasing the risk of pneumonic-type lung adenocarcinoma in humans

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Cover Page Clinicians Brief

January 1, 2004

COVER PAGE CLINICIANS BRIEF OCTOBER ISSUE

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December 29, 2003

Ask the expert...“Checklists: An Answer to Avoiding Mistakes”

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One Health Achievements POSTED OHI website since 2009 – Revised Compilation July 17 2012

December 28, 2003

One Health Achievements POSTED OHI website since 2009 - Revised Compilation July 17 2012

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One Health Implementation Justification – Call to Arms! July 17, 2012

December 27, 2003

One Health Implementation Justification - Call to Arms!  July 17, 2012

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U.S. DoD Biosurveillance Strategy includes ONE HEALTH August 22, 2012 Press Release.

December 21, 2003

U.S. DoD Biosurveillance Strategy includes ONE HEALTH August 22, 2012 Press Release.

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13th Annual Biomedical Research Symposium

December 20, 2003

13th Annual Biomedical Research Symposium Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing & Allied Health (CVMNAH)   The 13th Annual Biomedical Research is scheduled for September 20-21, 2012. This year’s symposium underscores the CVMNAH’s overall strategy of advancing biomedical research through trans-disciplinary, “One Medicine ~ One Health Initiative” whose creative focus is to address the needs of the people that we serve locally as well as nationally and globally. Two of the internationally recognized giants and leaders in the “One Health” movement will be the Keynote speakers (shown below).  The two days program also includes several other invited presentations from renowned scientists and community leaders, a cultural show and dinner and an afternoon devoted to research presentations by our own veterinary and graduate students.

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