Applying Science: Opportunities to Inform Disease Management Policy with Cooperative Research within a One Health Framework

@inproceedings{Blackburn2015ApplyingSO,
  title={Applying Science: Opportunities to Inform Disease Management Policy with Cooperative Research within a One Health Framework},
  author={Jason K. Blackburn and Ian T. Kracalik and Jeanne M. Fair},
  booktitle={Front. Public Health},
  year={2015}
}
The ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the current saiga antelope die off in Kazakhstan each represent very real and difficult to manage public or veterinary health crises. They also illustrate the importance of stable and funded surveillance and sound policy for intervention or disease control. While these two events highlight extreme cases of infectious disease (Ebola) or (possible) environmental exposure (saiga), diseases such as anthrax, brucellosis, tularemia, and plague are all… CONTINUE READING
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