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One Health concept and role of animal reservoir in avian influenza: a literature review

  • Ni Luh Putu Harta Wedari ,
  • I Dewa Made Sukrama ,
  • Ni Nyoman Sri Budayanti ,
  • Dwijo Anargha Sindhughosa ,
  • I Putu Yuda Prabawa ,
  • Ida Bagus Amertha Putra Manuaba ,

Abstract

One Health concept is composed of a collaborative strategy approach in conducting program implementations, policies, legislative aspects, and research studies that involve active participation from various sectors to achieve global public health goals better. It represents a collaborative implementation between clinical, veterinary and government to overcome a specific illness. In Avian influenza, clinical networks should monitor risk factors and clinical signs of severe avian influenza to be controlled or eliminated effectively and quickly. Also, active laboratory surveillance should be conducted, rather than just passive one. Veterinary surveillance possesses high importance in controlling transmission and eliminating avian influenza disease. Well coordination, collaboration, cooperation concerning animal and human surveillance, and disease management involving various health professionals in every sector should be implemented and expanded simultaneously.

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How to Cite

Wedari, N. L. P. H., Sukrama, I. D. M., Budayanti, N. N. S., Sindhughosa, D. A., Prabawa, I. P. Y., & Manuaba, I. B. A. P. (2021). One Health concept and role of animal reservoir in avian influenza: a literature review. Bali Medical Journal, 10(2), 515–520. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v10i2.2532

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