One World, One Health

 

Linking Human, Animal and Environmental Health 

One World, One Health concept is core to CROW’s mission.  Conservation medicine is an emerging, interdisciplinary field that studies the relationship among humans, animal health and environmental conditions.  CROW's "One World, One Health" approach to wildlife conservation medicine looks to improve the health of the environment, humans and our animals through a better understanding of wildliife medicine.

We need to recognize the essential link between human, domestic animal and wildlife health and the threat disease poses to people, their food supplies and economies, and the biodiversity essential to maintaining the healthy environments and functioning ecosystems we all require.

To learn more about One World, One Heath visit One Health Initiative.

 

One Health Lessons:

Recently, a new website has launched has launched to share information about what 'One Health' means.

At this website, you can access One Health lessons designed for children and the general public, review Train-the-Trainer sessions, watch inspiring webinars, listen to podcasts focusing on One Health education, see One Health lesson reviews, follow a One Health education blog and more. One Health lessons include ones that are water-focused, food-focused, tick & mosquito focused and new COVID-19 focused lessons.

Check out what One Health is all about and share the lessons at OneHealthLessons.com!