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  1. Out, damn Spot

    Contributor(s):: Lett, Dan

  2. Canines, Consanguinity, and One-Medicine: All the Qualities of a Dog Except Loyalty

    Contributor(s):: Degeling, Chris

  3. The use of dogs in medical and veterinary training: understanding and approaching student uneasiness

    Contributor(s):: Arluke, A.

    Although the educational use of dogs, both live and cadaverous, has declined in recent years in medical and veterinary schools, the practice still continues. The use of live dogs in U.S. medical education has dropped sharply during the last two decades. At present, the majority of such schools...

  4. One Health Initiative

    The One Health Initiative is a movement to forge co-equal, all inclusive collaborations between physicians, osteopaths, veterinarians, dentists, nurses and other scientific-health and environmentally related disciplines, including the American Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical...

  5. The human-animal bond in veterinary medical education: accessing web-based information

    | Contributor(s):: Hart, L. A., Wood, M. W.

    Various aspects of the field known as the human-animal bond (HAB), or human-animal interactions, have expanded within veterinary medical education over the past quarter of a century. Using a variety of databases and informed search strategies, relevant information can be accessed, including...

  6. "One health": the potential of closer cooperation between human and animal health in Africa. (Bovine tuberculosis in Ethiopia.)

    | Contributor(s):: Zinsstag, J., Tanner, M.

    Emerging zoonoses affect livestock and humans, which calls for closer cooperation between animal and public health. Conceptually ideal, such cooperation is difficult to achieve and the causative agents of outbreaks are often confused. A lack of awareness may very likely be due to limited capacity...