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İNSAN SAĞLIĞI İLE VETERİNER HEKİMLİK UYGULAMALARININ İLİŞKİSİ: “VETERİNER HALK SAĞLIĞI”

Relationship Between Human Health And Veterinary Practices: “Veterinary Public Health”

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The expertise of veterinary public health is a necessary component of the public health activities in response to against emerging and re-emerging diseases. Controlling and preventing of emerging infections is required a multidisciplinary perception. The aim of this review is to position veterinary activities should be done in response to the factors negatively impactto the human health in public health and to present information about the location of veterinary activities used for protecting human health, multidisciplinary approaches, applications of veterinary public healthto contend with zoonotic agents and the economic influences of zoonotic agents. Leadership of veterinary public health is especially needed to develop and implement guidelines for the diagnosisand prevention of zoonotic diseases. In our country, demand of experts has already been discussed in this area, most of the outside sources and literatures has shown clearly how the veterinary public health activities have been performed and what the most important developments and challenges are on this issue.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Veteriner halk sağlığıuzmanlığı, yeni ve tekrar eden salgın hastalıklara karşımücadelede halk sağlığıuygulamalarının vazgeçilmez bir parçasıdır. Salgın hastalıkların kontrolü ve önlenmesi, multidisipliner bir anlayışıgerektirir. Bu derlemenin amacı, insan sağlığınıolumsuz yönde etkileyen faktörlere karşı mücadelede halk sağlığıalanında veteriner hekimliği konumlandırmak, insan sağlığının korunmasında veteriner hizmetlerinin yeri, multidisipliner yaklaşımlar, zoonoz etkenlerle mücadelede veteriner halk sağlığı uygulamalarıve zoonoz hastalıkların ekonomik etkileri hakkında bilgi vermektir. Zoonoz hastalıkların teşhisinde ve önlenmesinde kılavuzların geliştirilmesi ve yürütülmesi için özellikle veteriner halk sağlığı önderliğine ihtiyaç vardır. Ülkemizde bu alandaki uzmanlara duyulan ihtiyaç henüz tartışılmaya başlansa da dışkaynaklıtaramalar, veteriner hekimlik hizmetlerinin halk sağlığıalanında nasıl uygulandığını, bu konudaki gelişmeleri ve en önemli sorunlarıaçıkça göstermektedir

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