Institutionalizing One Health: From Assessment to Action.

Abstract:

:A One Health approach is critical to strengthening health security at country, regional, and global levels. However, operationally its uptake remains limited. Recent momentum in assessing capacity to effectively prevent, detect, and respond to disease threats has resulted in identification of gaps that require dedicated action. This article highlights relevant tools, standards, and guidance to assist countries and institutions in meeting the collective vision articulated at the 2018 Prince Mahidol Award Conference on "Making the World Safe from the Threats of Emerging Infectious Diseases." Taking stock of assessment findings, resources, priorities, and implementation initiatives across human and animal health, environment and disaster risk reduction sectors can help expand participation in global health security, target risk drivers, and form synergies for collective action and shared gains for both emerging and endemic disease challenges. In addition to health security gains, a multisectoral, One Health approach can drive benefits for wider health sector and global development goals.

journal_name

Health Secur

journal_title

Health security

authors

Machalaba CC,Salerno RH,Barton Behravesh C,Benigno S,Berthe FCJ,Chungong S,Duale S,Echalar R,Karesh WB,Ormel HJ,Pelican K,Rahman M,Rasmuson M,Scribner S,Stratton J,Suryantoro L,Wannous C

doi

10.1089/hs.2018.0064

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2018-10-01 00:00:00

pages

S37-S43

issue

S1

eissn

2326-5094

issn

2326-5108

journal_volume

16

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