Although the term “One Health” is relatively new, the concept that human, animal, and environmental health are intertwined has long been acknowledged globally. As the environment changes and global trade systems move faster and become more intermingled, the conditions that created scenarios like the global SARS, avian flu, and swine flu outbreaks are accelerating. As a result, we will likely see more of these global health threats in the future.
Dr. King’s keynote remarks were followed by reflections from our panelists:
Laura Binkley: Ms. Binkley, a current graduate student at The Ohio State University pursuing a dual Master’s degree with the College of Public Health and the School of Environment and Natural Resources, recently participated in a research project on rabies transmission from animals to humans in Ethiopia.
Rudy Poussot: As Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Mr. Poussot has helped shape the direction of Cardinal Health and in particular, define the role that Cardinal will play in global health in the future.
Dan Schmitz: Mr. Schmitz, Director of Analytical Research and Development with Abbott Nutrition, travels and speaks regularly on Food Safety. He is the key liaison on malnutrition with the Abbott Fund, the philanthropic arm of Abbott. Recently, he has led malnutrition initiatives in Haiti and India.
Presenting Sponsor: Cardinal Health
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