Corpus ID: 9127136

Veterinary education in the area of food safety (including animal health, food pathogens and surveillance of foodborne diseases).

  title={Veterinary education in the area of food safety (including animal health, food pathogens and surveillance of foodborne diseases).},
  author={S. Vidal and P. Fajardo and C. G. Gonzalez},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  volume={32 2},
          425-31, 417-24
  • S. Vidal, P. Fajardo, C. G. Gonzalez
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Revue scientifique et technique
  • The animal foodstuffs industry has changed in recent decades as a result of factors such as: human population growth and longer life expectancy, increasing urbanisation and migration, emerging zoonotic infectious diseases and foodborne diseases (FBDs), food security problems, technological advances in animal production systems, globalisation of trade and environmental changes. The Millennium Development Goals and the 'One Health' paradigm provide global guidelines on efficiently addressing the… CONTINUE READING
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