One Health International Journal

One Health International Journal
All accepted papers will be published in One Health International Jurnal.

Call for Abstracts

Untill April 10

Guidelines for papers are available here.

Important dates

Final call for abstracts 10 April 2019
Evaluation of abstracts 20 April 2019
Final call for papers/posters 30 April 2019
Evaluation of contribution 10 May 2018
Final Registration 15 June 2019
One Health Conference 20 – 22 June 2019

ONE HEALTH – The New Medical Concept, component OF THE HUMAN SECURITY SOCIETY

“ONE HEALTH” – A Single Health for People, Animals and the Environment – is the new Global Concept that brings together specialists’ concerns from all areas that condition health, including Nutrition, and The Occupational, with two main directions of action: Primary Prophylaxis of Life and Post-Therapy Life.

Worldwide, the remarkable progress of health care, doubled by better living conditions, is driving continuously to the growth of human life expectancy everywhere.

In contrast to this positive development, human health disorders are increasing in volume, diversifying, and implicitly spending and effort to preserve a proper Healthy state are continually increasing and consuming huge, hard-to-reach resources.

In this context, a new global medical concept – “One Health” – begins world wide to be organised and find the roots of the evolution of the affections and their spreading and seeks to recommend the appropriate solutions in the areas where human health is aggravated more and more.

« ONE HEALTH » CONCEPT

The concept of “One Health”, a Health for People, and everything that surrounds them, Animals, the Environment and everything that makes it, Nutrition and Food as well as the Occupational, encourages collaborations, synergies and cooperation between all professional sectors and actors that can have an impact on our health.

The “One Health” concept implies the inclusion of Human Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Environmental Medicine, Food and Nutrition Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Comparative Medicine (zoonoses and Comparative Oncology), with PRIMARY LIFE PROFILAXY promoted as a major vector, to apply the health care in the service of desideratum as healthier as possible with lower costs.

Essentially this concept means two things:

1. To organise for the first time “The primary prophylaxis of life on Earth in the face of various illnesses in humans and animals, taking into account the living environment”
2. Keeping in mind that international specialists today consider that over 75% of the diseases have the point of origin in the animals around us and in the surrounding environment, it is necessary that each patient to be analysed not as yet, strictly related to his/her illness, but in a large complex.

This new thinking and interpretation can not be immediately implemented, and the society as a whole and specialists must be constantly informed and the training in this new field, which is addressed to every citizen of the human community ha to be done gradually from kindergarten to elementary school , high school and post-high school, college and post-college, including doctoral and post-doctoral level.

Research will go to the most subtle paths of micro-biotechnology and genetics, and gains in the field of computer science and computer science are necessarily joined.

Medical procedures based on evidence from complementary medicine (traditional Chinese medicine, phytotherapy, gemotherapy) should be integrated to achieve the same goal, to have a healthy person using the most efficient techniques and the smallest costs.

These include all aspects of food safety, the production of medicines and pharmaceuticals, including bio-products (vaccines).

Objectives

The main objectives of the Concept implementation are:

– Healthy person does not get sick and enjoy a full life;
– The suffering persons has to restore his potential and comfort as much as possible;
– Reduce “per capita” costs for Health, in contrast to aggression increased factors such as: climate change, population movements;
– Increasing the performance and balance of the individual in general and in particular in the work and daily life.

Directions for action

Three important directions underpin the promotion and implementation of the Concept:

1. Creating a collaborative platform for all professional sectors and actors in whose activities may have an impact on health;
2. The education of the individual who must came to a new consciousness about his life and relationship with everything that surrounds him;
3. Elaboration and implementation of a New National, European and Worldwide Regulations and Regulations to be effective in supporting the implementation of the Concept.

Challenges

The major challenges facing the implementation and promotion of the Concept are:

– Realising, in a record time, the neglected element today in Romania and on the international level,  of the general prophylaxis of diseases in humans, animals and the environment, food security and occupational safety through appropriate structures and legislation;
– Developing and promoting Licensing Techniques and Procedures that raises synergies of the founding domains of the Concept;
– Information and Education of the Population, University Curriculum Appropriate to the Concept and Complementary qualification of medical staff.