Table of Contents
Introduction.- One Health: its origins and its future: a personal perspective.- The concept of One Health.- What is One Health – the clinical perception.- What is One Health: from a veterinary perspective. - The importance of understanding the human-animal interface. - The importance of understanding the environmental interface.- Wildlife: the need to better understand the linkages.- The economics of One Health. -Examples of a One Health approach to specific diseases from the field.- Henipaviruses. - Avian influenza in Indonesia. - Rabies in SE Asia. - Mosquito-borne viruses .- Cost of bovine tuberculosis to Ethiopia.- The triple reassortment influenza H1N1 experience (still missing) .- One Health: The Hong Kong experience.- Clostridium difficile.- Echinococcosis and cysticercosis.- Primates,menand germs:anorganized trafficking .- Subject index.