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One Health

07.04.2021

The “One Health” concept, introduced in early 2000, refers to a notion that has been understood for more than a century: human health and animal health are interdependent and linked to the ecosystems where they coexist.

More specifically, One Health is defined as “the collaborative efforts of multiple disciplines”—medical, veterinary and research professionals, etc.—“working locally, nationally and globally, to attain optimal health for people, animals and our environment”.

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One Health: How to Achieve Optimal Health for People, Animals and Our Planet