Animal Wellfare and Health

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In the context of the “One World One Health” campaign at the end of the last decade, the relationship between animal health and public health was once again under discussion. We will define the concept of “One Health”, health and disease, as well as the new concepts surrounding the issue. We will look at the interrelationship between the health of domestic animals and people, and also with wild animals. Because of the shared ecosystem (environment), genes and other topics in this module, exposure to disease can occur in agroforestry and pastoral systems. The concept of eco pathology, a discipline that examines the biological, physical, human, and economic causal elements of disease in livestock will also be discussed.
The second part of the module will focus on other non-infectious pathologies and the treatments permitted in organic systems, according to the new Regulation (EU) 2018/848. Conventional and alternative (green therapies) will also be discussed. The theory and experimentation on the role of homeopathy (pastures enriched with medicinal plants) will be explained. Biosecurity in agroforestry and grazing systems will also provide information on preventive medicine measures and the enhanced health factors in these systems. A specific focus on prophylactic methods to reduce parasite loads in grazing systems will be discussed.
e-Module Editors
Candan Karakurt-Turkey
Dr. Bumin Emre Teke-Turkey
Dr. Bülent Bülbül-Turkey
e-Module Authors (by surname order)
Dr. Bülent Bülbül-Turkey
María de los Angeles Catalán Balmaseda-Spain
Dr. Antonio Compagnoni-Italy
Candan Karakurt-Turkey
Halil İbrahim Kınalı-Turkey
Begoña Lozano Diéguez-Spain
Alicia Martín Garcia de la Torre-Spain
Nicola Louise Noble -UK
Dr. Fatih Özdemir-Turkey
Dr. Gonzalo Palomo-Spain
Phil Stocker-UK
Mehmet Şenarslan-Turkey
Dr. Bumin Emre Teke-Turkey
Marcello Volanti-Italy