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Environmental & Global Health: OneHealth

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Beyond OneHealth: from recognition to results. John A. Herrmann and Yvette J. Johnson-Walker, eds. Wiley Blackwell, 2018.

Confronting emerging zoonoses : the one health paradigm.A. Yamada, LH. Kahn, B Kaplan, TP Monath, J Woodall, L Conti. Springer Japan (but in English), [2014].

Improving food safety through a one health approach : workshop summary. Eileen R. Choffnes et al. National Academies Press, 2012.

One health : people, animals, and the environment. Ronald M. Atlas and Stanley Maloy.ASM Press, 2014.

One health : the theory and practice of integrated health approaches.J Zinsstag, E Schelling, DWaltner-Toews, M. Whittaker, M Tanner. CAB International, [2015].

One Health : relevance to laboratory biosafety and biosecurity.Melissa Finley. Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Dept. of Energy, 2010.

One health : science, politics and zoonotic disease in Africa. Kevin Bardosh. Routledge, 2016.

One health : the theory and practice of integrated health approaches.J. Zinsstag, E.Schelling, D.Waltner-Toews, M. Whittaker, M. Tanner.,CAB International, [2015].

Zoonoses: infections affecting humans and animals: focus on public health aspects. Andreas Sing. Springer, 2015.


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