One Health Approach at G20 : Cooperation between Public Health and Veterinary Public Health institutes to be continued and extended : Joint press information of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, and the Robert Koch Institute ; FLI Press Release 18/2017

Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut GND (Hrsg.)

Greifswald - Insel Riems, 15.09.17. Interactions between human, animal and environmental health are complex. Trans-sectoral problems such as antibiotic resistances or the occurrence of so far unknown pathogens can only be solved, if human and veterinary medicine and environmental experts cooperate and combine their knowledge. This One Health concept has gained increasing attention over the last few years. The first meeting of the national public health and veterinary public health institutions of the G20 member states on September 13 and 14, 2017, in Berlin showed that global challenges can only be mastered jointly. It was therefore agreed to continue the cooperation. The national institutes in the field „Environmental Public Health“ will be called in when necessary.

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One Health Approach at G20 : Cooperation between Public Health and Veterinary Public Health institutes to be continued and extended. Joint press information of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, and the Robert Koch Institute ; FLI Press Release 18/2017. 2017.

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