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Zoonotic Disease in Ohio: Surveillance, Preparation, and Response

By Erik B. Balster

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This paper examines the state of public health preparation and response capacity to zoonotic infectious disease in the state of Ohio. A comprehensive literature review of zoonotic disease emergence and re-emergence, the National Veterinary Stockpile (NVS), the One Health Initiative, emergency response, and Ohio policy was performed in conjunction with telephone interviews. This study shows that responsibilities and systems integral to disease preparedness, such as sentinel surveillance and reporting, vary significantly between two key departments: the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA). Consistency and standardization of agency, mirroring the One Health Initiative, must be developed at all levels of animal and human public health in order to deal with emerging and re-emerging zoonotic disease

Topics: Medicine, Public health, Wright State University. Public Health Program, Balster, Erik B., Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Medicine and Health Sciences, Public Health
Publisher: CORE Scholar
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:corescholar.libraries.wright.edu:mph-1052
Provided by: CORE
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