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one health

exam 3

What are the elements and meaning of the AVMA vet oath Will use scientific knowledge and skills for benefit of society. Protection of animal health and welfare Prevention and relief of animal suffering conservation of animal resources promotion of public health advancement of med knowledge
What is the AVMA One Health definition the collaborative effort of multiple disciplines- working locally, nationally, and globally- to attain optimal health for people, animals and the env
What is the scope of One Health at LMU professional foundations, tools (pop. health), health and disease in pop, the env, the world. looking at the sociosphere
What are the barriers to One Health in practice Legal authority, funding, institutional culture, processes, terminology, facilities, infrastucture, information technology
Describe the Human animal bond lense connection between people and animals on emotional level.
Describe the zoonosis lense diseases transmitted from animals to people. ex: rabies, avian influenza, ebola
Describe the comparative and translation medicine lense what can we learn from one sp. that can be translated into another sp. Ex: genetically altered Yucatan minipigs to research atherosclerosis
Describe the sustainability lense how to use the resources we have in a mindful/ efficient way
Describe the env health lense ex: impact of intensive livestock production on human health
What percentage of emerging and re-emerging diseases are zoonotic or vector borne 70%
what connects ecosystem, animal, and human together the social determinants of health
percentage of imposter syndrome 50%
how much more likely are female vets to commit suicide 3.5 times
how much more likely are male vets to commit suicide 2.1 times
domestication the process where a pop of living organisms is changed at the genetic level via selective breeding
taming env socialization. process by which animals become habituated to human presence
first domesticated animal sp dog
greek/roman vet med "one medicine" both humans and animals were concerned. Aristotle focus on comparative and translational med. rome gave current terminology and formalized texts
oldest modern vet college, location, ori 1761 in Lyon France. Ecole Nationale Veterinarire de lyon. Rinderpest outbreak
primary focus of vet med in 1850-1920 dominance of the horse and ties to human med.
trends in modern vet med constantly evolving to meet social needs
types of vet organizations individual, group, specialty, licensing
AVMA functions, membership, requirements, process must hold a professional degree in vet med to be a voting member. vision: to be the trusted leader in protecting, promoting, and advancing a strong unified vet profession. Mission: advocating for members to improve animal/human health
Sepcialty boards ex: anesthesia, behavior, emergency
AAVMC members and functions advocate for gov policies. multiple entry points for policy
USAHA members and functions fed animal health officials, USDA, state animal health officials, vet diagnosticians, health groups
Student involvement SAVMA
AVMA works to 1. protect and enhance value of vet med degree 2. promote public image of vet and profession 3. advance the science and practice of vet med
Created by: ejohnson17



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