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Granite Geek: Broader response from health community on microbes is needed
Concord Monitor
Tuesday, March 26, 2019.

Granite Geek: Broader response from health community on microbes is needed

“This was impressive,” said Laura Kahn, a medical doctor who helps run a program called the One Health Initiative, about the fact that 270 medical ...

“Brucellosis in Goats and Sheep: An Endemic and Re-Emerging Old Zoonosis in the 21st Century” - free, open-access
Monday, March 25, 2019.

March 25, 2019

“This is the presentation of a “open access” book entitled “Brucellosis in Goats and Sheep: An Endemic and Re-Emerging Old Zoonosis in the 21st Century” which was just released.

It can be freely downloaded at https://novapublishers.com/shop/brucellosis-in-goats-and-sheep-an-endemic-and-re-emerging-old-zoonosis-in-the-21st-century/:

1) Add to cart; 2) complete the register form; 3) and a link for download will be soon sent to your email by the publisher).”

Courtesy of:

João Simões, DVM, PhD, http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4997-3933, Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal, João Simões mailto:jsimoes@utad.pt; jsimoes.pt@gmail.com  

Note: Dr. Simões et. al. published the landmark One Health book: The Principles and Practice of Q Fever: The One Health Paradigm (2017) https://novapublishers.com/shop/the-principles-and-practice-of-q-fever-the-one-health-paradigm/


Emerging infectious diseases and biological invasions: a call for a One Health collaboration in science and management
Royal Society Journal
Sunday, March 24, 2019.

Emerging infectious diseases and biological invasions: a call for a One Health collaboration in science and management

Published:13 March 2019 https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.181577.

Abstract

The study and management of emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) and of biological invasions both address the ecology of human-associated biological phenomena in a rapidly changing world. However, the two fields work mostly in parallel rather than in concert. This review explores how the general phenomenon of an organism rapidly increasing in range or abundance is caused, highlights the similarities and differences between research on EIDs and invasions, and discusses shared management insights and approaches. EIDs can arise by: (i) crossing geographical barriers due to human-mediated dispersal, (ii) crossing compatibility barriers due to evolution, and (iii) lifting of environmental barriers due to environmental change. All these processes can be implicated in biological invasions, but only the first defines them. Research on EIDs is embedded within the One Health concept—the notion that human, animal and ecosystem health are interrelated and that holistic approaches encompassing all three components are needed to respond to threats to human well-being. We argue that for sustainable development, biological invasions should be explicitly considered within One Health. Management goals for the fields are the same, and direct collaborations between invasion scientists, disease ecologists and epidemiologists on modelling, risk assessment, monitoring and management would be mutually beneficial.

https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsos.181577?fbclid=IwAR1FKoBzvMD4--T3mh_t9WmaACy_ZS6Swv_sLHz645ESf9TjME54w0z5508


One Health Initiative team (OHI), One Health Commission (OHC) and 68 other Health Oriented Organizations sign Supporting Letter RE: “Pandemic and All-Hazards & Advancing Innovation Act (PAHPAI, H.R. 269)” to U.S. Congressional Leadership Today
Friday, March 22, 2019.

One Health Initiative team (OHI), One Health Commission (OHC) and 68 other Health Oriented Organizations sign Supporting Letter RE: “Pandemic and All-Hazards & Advancing Innovation Act (PAHPAI, H.R. 269)” to U.S. Congressional Leadership Today

 

 

March 22, 2019

"On behalf of the undersigned organizations, representing public health, healthcare providers, emergency managers, environmental health, biotechnology innovators, and researchers, we are again writing to encourage you to advance the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness & Advancing Innovation Act (PAHPAI, H.R. 269), which overwhelmingly passed the House of Representatives in January. A similar version passed the Senate Health Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) Committee last year. The HELP and Energy & Commerce Committees have made tremendous, bipartisan progress on this important legislation, and it would be a setback for our national health security to further delay reauthorization. The disaster relief package being considered by Congress would be a logical vehicle for PAHPAI. ... "

SEE PDF attachment for complete letter.

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Provided by:

Dara Alpert Lieberman

Director of Government Relations

Trust for America's Health

1730 M Street, NW, Suite 900

Washington, D.C. 20036

dlieberman@tfah.org

www.tfah.org

Please see previous OHI and OHC supportive NEWS items for this important legislative endeavor http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/news.php?query=PAHPA.


Implementation of One Health in undergraduate education
European Journal for Dental Implantologists
Tuesday, March 19, 2019.

Originally published in EDI Journal 1/2019

European Journal for Dental Implantologists

www.teamwork-media.de/project/edi-journal

Implementation of One Health in undergraduate education

Working together from curricula to practice

One Health is a concept that recognises interlinks between human health, animal health and the environment. The value of the One Health holistic approach is undisputed when it comes to tackling different challenges to public and animal health.

Academics, students, professionals and policy makers were engaged in lively discussions about One Health in Paris on 5 December 2018. Participants exchanged their views about the value and necessity for working together on a common understanding of the One Health concept and on promoting interdisciplinary collaboration starting from universities.

The European associations representing medical doctors, dentists, veterinarians and their students – among the Council of European Dentists – remain committed partners for future actions to be undertaken towards the implementation of the One Health approach in education and practice and call on academics and policy makers at national and European level:

to work on the development of a clear definition to ensure a common understanding of the One Health concept;

to foster exchanges between medical, dental and veterinary schools under the One Health approach;

to work together on One Health Competences;

to support and ensure the continuation of this open debate;

to support the further investigation of implementation of One Health interdisciplinary education of doctors, dentists and veterinarians.

Source: Council of European Dentists (CED)

Please see attached PDF for full article.

Permission to post on One Health Initiative website granted March 19, 2019 by:

Isabel Lamberty ∙ Redaktion | Editor EDI Journal teamwork media GmbH ∙ Hauptstr. 1 ∙ 86925 Fuchstal ∙ Germany

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ONE HEALTH an approach to solve global health challenges
Professor in Veterinary Preventive Medicine, University of Copenhagen
Monday, March 18, 2019.

An old but a good video...

video.ku.dk
An approach to solve global health challenges

The Collaboration Between Human and Animal Medicine
Carol Petersen, RPh CNP – Pet Health Pharmacy - Feb 28, 2019
Friday, March 15, 2019.

The Collaboration Between Human and Animal Medicine

Written by Carol Petersen, RPh CNP – Pet Health Pharmacy - Feb 28, 2019

 

 

The idea of a “One Health” organization started with the AVMA, the American Veterinary Medical Association, back in 2006 who called together a multi-discipline task force to further develop the idea.

They called together representatives from many health professions to discuss the possibilities of blending and collaborating information, solutions and treatments in order to improve animal and human health and the environment. The information and ideas and final presentation they gathered can be found at www.onehealthinitiative.com.

The “One Health” movement calls for active collaboration between the professionals caring for animals and the professionals caring for humans. ...

Read complete article at https://www.pethealthpharmacy.com/one-health-initiative/


Letter to the Editor - "Incorporating the One Health framework in medical education
Journal: Medical Teacher
Monday, March 11, 2019.

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Medical Teacher

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Letter to the Editor

Incorporating the One Health framework in medical education

Helena J. Chapman Science & Technology Policy Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science at NASA Applied Sciences Program, Washington, D.C., USACorrespondencehjchapman@gmail.com
& Shobhana Gupta Open Innovation and Community Applications Manager with Arctic Slope Technical Services at NASA Applied Sciences Program, Washington, D.C., USA

Citation: Helena J. Chapman & Shobhana Gupta (2019) Incorporating the One Health framework in medical education, Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1554897 Published online: 08 Feb 2019

Dear Sir

Health impacts of environmental exposures, such as poor air quality and emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, contribute to an estimated 25% of the global disease burden. As physician-scientists, we stress that medical education programs should incorporate key One Health competency domains, connecting human, animal, and environmental health (Frankson et al. 2016 Frankson R, Hueston W, Christian K, Olson D, Lee M, Valeri L, Hyatt R, Annelli J, Rubin C. 2016. One Health core competency domains. Front Public Health. 4:192.[Crossref], [PubMed], [Web of Science ®], , [Google Scholar]), into didactic coursework and clinical training, preparing the future workforce to respond appropriately to global health challenges. ... To read in full, please see https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0142159X.2018.1554897?scroll=top&needAccess=true.

Permission granted March 11, 2019 to One Health Initiative website to post Free-to-View at https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0142159X.2018.1554897?scroll=top&needAccess=true, courtesy of:

Niall Rundle, Managing Editor, Medicine & Health
Taylor & Francis – Journals, 4 Park SquareMilton Park
Abingdon
OX14 4RN
UK
Taylor & Francis Group is a trading name of Informa UK Limited, registered in England under no. 1072954

Note: Dr. Chapman [MD, MPH, PhD] is a physician member of the One Health Initiative team’s Advisory Board http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/advBoard.php.


One Health Happenings!
One Health Commission
Monday, March 11, 2019.

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One Health Happenings! - March 11, 2019

See https://conta.cc/2EQyRtZ


Collaboration between human and veterinary medicine as a tool to solve public health problems
The Lancet Planetary Health - Volume 3, Issue 2, February 2019, Pages e64-e65
Thursday, March 07, 2019.

The Lancet Planetary Health

Volume 3, Issue 2, February 2019, Pages e64-e65

open access

Comment

Collaboration between human and veterinary medicine as a tool to solve public health problems

https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(18)30250-X

“The implementation of an effective collaboration between human and veterinary medicine, environmental protection, and public health is not a fully achieved goal, although several examples of integrated approaches have been documented in Europe. The concept of one world, one health has recently appeared, indicating that the world has suddenly woken up to the link between animal diseases, public health, and the environment. The need for collaboration between the human, animal, and environmental health sectors is due to the increase in emerging human infectious diseases with a zoonotic origin and in the resistance of microorganisms to antimicrobial drugs.1 The main fields in which this new concept of collaboration has been applied are zoonosis and zooprophylaxis, vaccines, and antibiotic resistance, via the establishment of networks of professionals in the One Health area. The historical background of One Health laid the foundations for the realisation of concrete interventions or future perspectives of collaboration between human, veterinarian, and environmental institutions. …”


 
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