One Health: The Human-Animal-Environment Interfaces in Emerging Infectious Diseases

Food Safety and Security, and International and National Plans for Implementation of One Health Activities

ISBN: 978-3-642-35845-6 (Print) 978-3-642-35846-3 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

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    Pages 3-17

    Food Safety: At the Center of a One Health Approach for Combating Zoonoses

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    Pages 19-36

    The Importance of a One Health Approach to Preventing the Development and Spread of Antibiotic Resistance

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    Pages 37-47

    Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy: A Tipping Point in One Health and Food Safety

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    Pages 49-62

    Pathogenic Escherichia coli and One Health Implications

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    Pages 65-72

    FAO and the One Health Approach

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    Pages 73-91

    Development of a One Health National Capacity in Africa

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    Pages 93-111

    The Development of One Health Approaches in the Western Pacific

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    Pages 113-122

    One Health Approach in the South East Asia Region: Opportunities and Challenges

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    Pages 123-137

    One Health in Mongolia

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    Pages 141-171

    Climate Change and Human Health: A One Health Approach

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    Pages 173-183

    Operationalizing One Health: Stone Mountain and Beyond

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    Pages 185-205

    Building a Foundation for ‘One Health’: An Education Strategy for Enhancing and Sustaining National and Regional Capacity in Endemic and Emerging Zoonotic Disease Management

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    Pages 207-215

    Infections at the Animal/Human Interface: Shifting the Paradigm from Emergency Response to Prevention at Source

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    Pages 217-229

    One Health from a Social–Ecological Systems Perspective: Enriching Social and Cultural Dimensions

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 231-235