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International Infectious Disease Management and its Role in the 'One World, One Health, One Medicine' Concept

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Title: International Infectious Disease Management and its Role in the 'One World, One Health, One Medicine' Concept
Author: Swanson, Emma Louise
Abstract: The knowledge that almost 75% of all new human pathogens have animal origins, requires health professionals from all fields, (i.e. human medicine, veterinary medicine, and public health professionals), to work on solving the major problems associated with infectious disease threats by utilizing the ‘One World, One Health, One Medicine’ approach. It is clear that the lack of surveillance systems, proper training, and communication presents the biggest obstacles when dealing with pathogens. In accordance with the goals of the Master’s of International Infectious Disease Management and Biosecurity program at North Dakota State University, the objectives of this paper are to examine two small projects completed by the student to understand the contribution to the growth and enrichment of the student’s career development path. These projects, though different in form, clearly demonstrate the importance of surveillance, education, and multi-sectoral approach to infectious disease.
Date: 2012
Subject: Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences.
Master of Science / Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences, College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources, 2012.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/21845

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