Clinical One Health: Collaborative Consultations for Zoonotic Diseases

In recent years, the emergence of zoonotic infectious diseases as a public health concern has received ample media attention. Though the role of health professionals dealing with both animal and human health has been underlined by the One Health approach, there remains an implementation gap when it comes to clinical One Health approaches in dealing with zoonoses affecting humans and animals. Recent research shows that there is growing recognition of the need to unify functionaries in clinical settings as well.
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The Problem of Floods and Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease which is spread by pathogens belonging to the genus Leptospira. One of the recurrent themes that has been observed in India is the occurrence of deaths attributed.

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Antimicrobial Use in Food Animals and Emergence of Drug Resistant Microbes: A Ticking Time-Bomb

Use of antimicrobials in livestock, especially to maintain health and promote growth, has been an under-appreciated issue. Estimates peg upto 80% of the America’s national antimicrobial consumption to their use in livestock.

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RCZI Invited to Conduct Workshop on Research Prioritisation in South Africa

The biggest challenge for those working in the area of zoonoses prevention and control is the absence of a coherent strategy that can precede the task of setting research priorities that are relevant to their setting.

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In recent decades, emerging diseases have cast a wide net of fear with new infections breaking into human populations.

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