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Perspectives on One Health: a survey of national Delegates to the World Organisation for Animal Health, 2012
|Author(s) :||M.K. Glynn & N. Brink|
In 2012, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) surveyed all 178 national Delegates to better understand the perceptions and priorities of Veterinary Services with respect to One Health efforts and to guide future work in that area. For the purposes of this survey, the concept or practice of One Health was defined as ‘the intersectoral collaborative approach to preventing, detecting, and controlling diseases among animals and humans, including the collaboration among the institutions and systems that support their prevention, detection and control’. A total of 120 OIE Delegates, representing countries from all five OIE regions, responded to the survey. Delegates identified zoonoses, rabies and influenza as high-priority disease areas and disease reporting and food safety as high-priority programme areas for One Health approaches.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations – International agency – OIE – One Health – Public–private sector partnership – United Nations – Veterinary medicine – Veterinary Services – World Health Organization – World Organisation for Animal Health – Zoonosis.