One Health Publications

My CAHNR Summer: Marlena Takes Communicates Connections Between Human, Animal, and Environmental Health

August 21, 2021

 

August 19, 2021 | Anna Zarra Aldrich, College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources

Takes is the first to hold this new internship focused on One Health with UConn Extension

 

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New One Health Scholarship Opportunity for MPH, MS-Global Health Students

August 19, 2021

 

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Five Problems for Our Descendants – Impakter

August 18, 2021

“… 5.  Pandemics and other threats to health resulting from increased human-animal contacts (coupled with the effects of climate change on those interactions, often referred to as One Health), increased international travel, the relative lack of social cohesion and/or preparedness in nearly all countries, the lack of political cohesion and preparedness on the part of international institutions, and other factors. …”

 

 

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Covid-19 drives ‘prevention over cure’ strategy; hinges on global cooperation

August 16, 2021

South China Morning Post

  • When looking at how to halt future epidemics, the One Health strategy monitors changes in land use, ecological pressure and human population expansion
  • ‘Covid taught us that what happens in a small part of the world is everybody’s problem,’ says One Health High-level Expert Panel co-chair

“The added challenge for the One Health approach is a need for international … France and Germany have both voiced strong support for the initiative, … ‘Covid taught us that what happens in a small part of the world is everybody’s problem,’ says One Health High-level Expert Panel co-chair. Topic | … “

 

 

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One Health: Connecting Humans, Animals and the Environment – University of Basel

August 11, 2021

University of Basel

Become familiar with One Health, a promising concept, and the effective solutions it provides for urgent health problems.

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Changing Global Health Paradigm: ONE HEALTH – The Mitchell Report

August 10, 2021

August 10, 2021

The Mitchell Report The Mitchell Report. Garrett Mitchell. Washington, D.C. Timely observation, commentary and analysis of cutting edge issues in American politics and public policy.

The catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic illustrates the importance of preparedness against zoonotic disease spillover events (or against laboratory accidents involving zoonotic pathogens).…

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Future Pandemics: Act Now or Pay More Later – How One Health and Prototype Vaccines Shift the Odds

August 6, 2021

The catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic illustrates the importance of preparedness against zoonotic disease spillover events (or against laboratory accidents involving zoonotic pathogens). The One Health concept is gaining traction among policymakers, public health professionals, and the public. Ideally, instead of playing “whack-a-mole” with zoonoses, we should be strategically preventing them or at least developing rapid deployment vaccines, a.k.a. prototype vaccines.

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Tracking Companion Animal Disease

August 4, 2021

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News & Opinion

Surveillance networks set up to detect outbreaks among pets could one day have public health uses too.  

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World Nature Conservation Day 2021: COVID-19 pandemic an urgent reminder for India to implement One Health concept

July 28, 2021

INDIA

Despite encouraging data suggesting increasing forest cover, India needs to work harder to balance economic development with environmental consciousness

 

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Oxford vaccine team make ‘big step forward’ in fight against deadly Nipah virus

July 25, 2021

There are currently no treatments or vaccines for Nipah virus, which has known pandemic potential and a fatality rate as high as 70pc

 

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G20 Summit: Make One Health a Reality  

July 23, 2021

HEALTHPOLITICS & FOREIGN AFFAIRSSOCIETY

July 23, 2021

by George Lueddeke – Rohini Roopnarine – Richard Seifman

This is the summer of Italy on the World Stage–And recognition of One Health as a global concern: What happens in the Fall when the G20 meets? Will the G20 follow up on the recognition given to One Health by the G7, turning it into a world priority and adopting an actionable plan?

 

 

 

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