Tag Archives: One Health

SYMPOSIUM: Generic risk assessment for introduction of animal diseases

Rift Valley virus study made by IRTA-CReSA and INIA-CISA is awarded by the Royal Entomological Society

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One Health: human, animals and ecosystems

JIACRA-ES report; a One Health approach to associate consumption of antimicrobials and emergence of resistance

Viral comments (39): Infectious Diseases One Health Master at CReSA; a path that starts with a lot of road to walk.

Emerging and re-emerging diseases have fuelled the construction and operation of high number of high biocontainment facilities (or Biosafety level 3) and maximum biocontainment (Biosafety level 4) facilities. Only those centres can manipulate and propagate hazardous and easily transmissible pathogens, even lethal ones, safely. This implies that professionals dedicated to issues of emerging or re-emerging infectious diseases, and in particular also zoonotic diseases, should have not only theoretical knowledge, but also practical, of the facilities in which they will potentially work or that they should manage in the future.

Viral comments (37): A WHO action plan not to end up between a rock and a hard place

Since 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been developing and polishing a “tool” (risk assessment committees of experts based on the available information) to try to identify those diseases that represent (or will represent) a risk to public health due to its epidemic potential and against which there are no countermeasures or these are considered insufficient.

What is animal health and its use?