1.    Examples of One-Health Networks

One Health Sweden: http://www.onehealth.se/ohs/

One World One health: www.OneWorldOneHealth.org

The US Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) promotes a One-Health approach. Its One Health Office (OHO) promotes the concept of One Health and guides CDC approaches to One Health in prevention, detection, and control of emerging (or reemerging) diseases http://www.cdc.gov/onehealth/

2.    Other links

One Health Global Network is essentially a web portal; a network of networks aimed at bringing together the various One-Health networks though a single web portalhttp://www.onehealthglobal.net/

The network for the evaluation of One-Healthhttp://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/TDP/Actions/TD1404/
The overall aim this network is to enable appropriate evaluations of One Health activities, compare initiatives and informed decision-making.  It aims to deliver
- A science-based, standardised framework for the evaluation of One Health
- A suite of example evaluations of One Health initiatives
- A networked community of experts collaborating to assess the value of One Health

- A pool of early-stage researchers trained in performing evaluations of One Health activities.

ProMED - the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases - is an Internet-based reporting system dedicated to rapid global dissemination of information on outbreaks of infectious diseases and acute exposures to toxins that affect human health, including those in animals and in plants grown for food or animal feed. Electronic communications enable ProMED to provide up-to-date and reliable news about threats to human, animal, and food plant health around the world, seven days a week.

Immuno Valley is a business driven public-private consortium of over forty scientific and business partners based in the Netherlands which focuses on the interface of human and animal health, recognising science and business opportunities and combining R&D expertise in the field of infectious diseases.

mEpiWorks is the International Working Group for Molecular Epidemiology -
an informal community to support the use of molecular tools in (veterinary) epidemiology. It was formed by Petra Muellner, Nigel French, Ruth Zadocs and Andres Perez and its key aims include:
•    Support the wider application and a better understanding of molecular tools in (veterinary) epidemiology
•    Provide a communication platform for colleagues with similar interests
•    Keep interested colleagues up to date with current research and developments.

The Global Early Warning System (GLEWS) is a “joint system that builds on the added value of combining and coordinating the alert and disease intelligence mechanisms of OIE, FAO and WHO for the international community and stakeholders to assist in prediction, prevention and control of animal disease threats, including zoonoses, through sharing of information, epidemiological analysis and joint risk assessment.” http://www.glews.net/


Comparative Pathology Clinical Academic Group (CAG) 

Surrey Health Partners’ is a clinical academic partnership involving local NHS Trusts and Universities across Surrey.  The Clinical Academic Groups (CAGs) are the ‘innovation for health’ hubs that support delivery of leading edge research, teaching and service transformation in defined specialist areas where the University and NHS have mutual strengths  Please explore our Comparative Pathology CAG page to learn more about our unique approach to collaboration, driving innovation and creating a culture of excellence in our area.  http://www.surrey.ac.uk/pathcag  


Links to Stakeholders
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Controlhttp://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/Pages/home.aspx
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA): http://www.efsa.europa.eu/
Food and Agriculture organization of the United Nations: http://www.fao.org/home/en/
World Health Organisation (WHO), International: http://www.who.int/en/
World Health Organisation (WHO), Europe: http://www.euro.who.int/en/home
World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE): http://www.who.int/en/