One Health in food safety and security education: A curricular framework.

@article{Angelos2016OneHI,
  title={One Health in food safety and security education: A curricular framework.},
  author={John A. Angelos and Andreas Arens and Henry C. Johnson and Jessica L. Cadriel and Bennie Irve Osburn},
  journal={Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases},
  year={2016},
  volume={44},
  pages={29-33}
}
The challenges of producing and distributing the food necessary to feed an anticipated 9 billion people in developed and developing societies by 2050 without destroying Earth's finite soil and water resources present extremely complex problems that lack simple solutions. The ability of modern societies to adequately address these and other food-related problems will require an educated workforce trained not only in traditional food safety, security, and public health, but also in other areas… CONTINUE READING

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