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A guide of One Health Resources for the DelVal Community. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns or ideas for this guide.
"The One Health Initiative is a movement to forge co-equal, all inclusive collaborations between physicians, osteopathic physicians, veterinarians, dentists, nurses and other scientific-health and environmentally related disciplines (...). More than 950 prominent scientists, physicians and veterinarians worldwide have endorsed the initiative."
"The One Health Platform is a scientific reference center and a network of One Health stakeholders. We are an independent, international not-for-profit organization that fosters science for the greater good."
From the air we breathe to the water we drink, our health is defined by our natural environment. Environmental health issues like air and water pollution affect everything from our quality of life to the prevalence of certain illnesses.The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine brings together leaders from various sectors to share their insights on how to solve our most pressing environmental health challenges. Experts leave our convening events with new ideas, connections, and partnerships that enable them to innovate and develop environmental health solutions in their respective fields.
In a TED Talk, Richard Piacentini teaches us that human health and environmental health are intricately connected and that to age gracefully, we must continually reinvent ourselves to evolve with the world around us.
Throughout the academic year, Yale Law School LEAP brings to campus a diverse array of leading thinkers and doers — including scholars, lawmakers, scientists, investigative journalists, writers, and artists — who focus in various ways on understanding and improving humans’ understanding and treatment of animals. These guests visit campus to enrich and inform LEAP’s work, and to inspire, deepen, and elevate conversations about animal welfare, human power, and the law. For the 2020-2021 academic year, LEAP's speaker series will center on the theme of One Health: The inseparable fates of animals, humans, and the planet.
Presenting public health accomplishments, challenges and promising opportunities around climate change and public health policy and practice. The webinars will highlight the pressing need for greater scientific and civic engagement to protect public health from a changing climate. They will also provide guidance for analytic and programmatic activities aimed at reducing the health consequences of climate change and developing public health adaptation strategies.
The EMMY nominated "One Health, One Future" documentary, directed by John Conn and Dustin Stelly and produced by the University of Alaska Fairbanks, looks at the One Health Initiative. Available on Amazon Prime Video.
Created by the University of Washington's Center for One Health Research, Harborview Medical Center, and the Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety Continuing Education Program, these training modules are designed to assist the process of creating and implementing infection prevention and control plans on animal farms that will control COVID-19 as well as other infectious diseases important for both human and animal health. Through workplace hazard identification, control and evaluation, and integration of occupational medicine services, such programs can protect the health of both workers and animals on farms.
Cracking One Health is a Podcast that brings the spotlight to the most interesting and experienced One Health professionals around the world. Get to know how they cope with the most exciting challenges of our time, including antimicrobial resistances, climate change, wildlife conservation and the symbiosis between pets and people.
The Farm of the Future is a series of video-dialogues that gathers diverse thinkers and doers to work collaboratively on opportunities to increase animal health and the sustainability of agriculture, which are interconnected with the health of humans and the earth. These dialogues explore a range of exemplary projects and research streams that touch on food systems, the design of leading teaching farms and campuses for agricultural and veterinary colleges, biodiversity, soil carbon, water and waste strategies, innovative and regenerative practices, and means of disseminating new knowledge. The Farm of the Future is a joint project of the Penn Veterinary School and the Weitzman School of Design at Penn, organized by PennPraxis.
Wildlife professionals around the globe share, learn and reconnect! An innovative presentation is given by a world expert, applicable to conservationists around the world, followed by an informal questions and discussion session. See their recorded sessions here!
This series by the University of Tennessee One Health Initiative brings together speakers from across UT, the nation, and world to discuss their work and how they tackle current global challenges. From decreased biodiversity to increased anti-microbial resistance, the health of all living organisms is affected by the health of others. This series will explore how solutions can be achieved by viewing these problems through a One Health lens.
This new, open-access journal (2022) focuses on the One Health issues, including governance capacity, zoonotic diseases, antimicrobial resistance, food safety and food security, vector-borne diseases, environmental contamination, global climate changes, and other health threats shared by people, animals, plants, and the environment. In addition, this journal discusses global health issues, especially, worldwide health improvement including mental health, reduction of disparities, technical assistance & development, global health security & policy, and protection against global threats that disregard national borders.