Current initiatives in One Health: consolidating the One Health Global Network.

@article{Vandersmissen2014CurrentII,
  title={Current initiatives in One Health: consolidating the One Health Global Network.},
  author={Alain Vandersmissen and Susan Christina Welburn},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={2014},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={
          421-32
        }
}
The Global Response to Avian Influenza has led to a longer-term One Health movement, which addresses risks, including zoonoses, at the human-animal- environment interface, and requires the development of innovative partnerships at the political, institutional and technical levels. One Health is a sustainable and rational option when the cumulative effects of health hazards on food and economic security are considered, but demands long-term financial investment. Projections of growth in the… 

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