One Health for Veterinary Nurses and Technicians: An Introduction
By Rebecca Jones and Andrea Jeffery
One Health for Veterinary Nurses and Technicians: An Introduction PDF recognizes that the health of humans, animals and the environment are interlinked, and that maintaining optimal health for all is dependent on a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach at a local, national and global level. This book provides information and guidance for veterinary nurses in understanding both the scope of this concept and their role within it.
Beginning with an overview of the global issues faced, One Health for Veterinary Nurses and Technicians focuses on providing an insight into how One Health can be applied within a veterinary practice and in the local community. Translating this important concept and making it relevant for veterinary nurses and their clients, this book:
- Covers both communicable and non-communicable disease, as well as public health, climate change, sustainability and the importance of the human-animal bond.
- Includes case studies to help to translate theory into practice.
- Provides questions to help promote discussion and implement change.
Reviewing the interrelations between humans, animals and their environment, this book is an approachable and useable introduction to One Health and is suitable for veterinary nurses and students in the clinical and non-clinical environment
One Health for Veterinary Nurses and Technicians has been written by contributors based within the United Kingdom. However, the content is applicable to those working internationally within a veterinary environment and will also be of interest to other allied healthcare professionals.
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