One Welfare – a platform for improving human and animal welfare

  title={One Welfare – a platform for improving human and animal welfare},
  author={Rebeca Garc{\'i}a Pinillos and Michael C. Appleby and Xavier Manteca and Freda Scott-Park and C. W. Smith and Antonio Velarde},
  journal={Veterinary Record},
  pages={412 - 413}
Adopting the concept of One Welfare could help to improve animal welfare and human wellbeing worldwide, argue Rebeca García Pinillos, Michael Appleby, Xavier Manteca, Freda Scott-Park, Charles Smith and Antonio Velarde 

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