What are the 3 foundations of health?
Access to the needs of everyday living
Ability to respond to/deal with changes and stress
Ability to meet expectations
According to WHO, health is a state of complete _____, _____, and _____ well being, and not just the absence of disease.
Physical, mental, social
The branch of medicine, policy and administration that protects populations of people from diseases and promotes and protects the health of people and the communities where they live, learn, work and play:
The intersection of veterinary medicine and public heath:
Veterinary Public Health
T/F: Animal health affects and reflects human health.
Where do most foodborne diseases originate?
Diseases with animal reservoirs, such as Rabies, Salmonella, and some tapeworms, are considered:
Zoonoses account for ___% of pathogens that infect humans and ___% of emerging diseases.
How did SARS spread?
From bat reservoir to civets at the market, and then passed to humans at the market. Emerged as a pandemic with human to human aerosol transmission.
What do we call problems that are difficult or impossible to solve due to incomplete, contradictory, and changing requirements that are often difficult to recognize?
“Stepping back from the cow” is an example of what kind of thinking?