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One Health

One Health

Updates on research, policy and teaching activities exploring the complex relationships between human, animal and planetary health.

Category: Science Policy Interface

The COVID-19 pandemic which first appeared in China in January 2020, has adversely affected the lives of people all over the world. The pandemic has changed the way we live. While the pandemic is going on, we are learning new ways to survive. New challenges have emerged and different societies are evolving differently in terms […]

Throughout this years World One Health Congress, collaboration has come up again and again as being absolutely pivotal to a One Health approach. With that in mind, I wanted to take some time today to highlight on of the key partners of the University of Edinburgh in their One Health work: Epic. Epic is the […]

EPIC is the Centre of Expertise on Animal Disease Outbreaks_flyer_2020

A conversation on the fringes of the World One Health Congress 2020 By Vanessa Meadu The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has underlined why we need good data for decision making. In the context of One Health, this includes better data about zoonotic diseases, and better data about how the crisis is impacting the livestock sector. Better […]

The Global Health Governance Programme researches how global institutions, finance and rules can better serve the needs of people across the world. The programme is based in the Usher Institute within Edinburgh Medical School. Professor Devi Sridhar, Personal Chair in Global Public Health is the founding director of the programme and she is joined by staff […]


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