The trajectory of One Health: formulas and definitions.
|Date||Formula||Actor||Definition||Events and causes||Implications|
|1984||One Medicine||Calvin Schwabe||Call to unify human and animal health||First zoonosis||Research concept|
|2004||One World, One Health||Wildlife Conservation Society||Human health, animal health, the environment||Global warming, West Nile Virus, SARS, BSE||Recommendation guide: The Manhattan Principles|
|2006||One World, One Medicine, One Health||Laura Khan, Bruce Kaplan, Roger Mahr (AMVA), Ron Davis (AMA)||Human and animal health, the environment||West Nile Virus, bioterrorism (anthrax)||Platform: One Health Initiative|
|2007–2009||One Health Commission||AMA and AMVA||Human and animal health, the environment||One Health Initiative Task Report|
|2008||One World, One Health||WHO, FAO, OIE, UNICEF, UNSIC, World Bank||Local, national and international collaborations between the three areas||H5N1||Governance system for pandemics, epidemics and epizootics|
|2010||One Health||WHO, OIE, FAO||Human and animal health, the environment, food safety||Integrated approach of health following the globalization of health risks||A concept tripartite note|
|2011||One Health/Une seule santé||France: Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs||Human and animal health, the environment, the food sector, economic and social dimensions||Increased circulation of infectious agents and risks of pandemics (avian flu, H1N1 flu, SARS)||National ownership of the concept|
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