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Author: One Health Students

ONE HEALTH: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO PEOPLE, ANIMALS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Fall 2008
Gretchen Kaufman, DVM
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

1. University of New Hampshire Stakeholder List – Student Work

1.1. On the farm:

  • The dairy farmer

  • Other farm workers

  • The farm family

  • The herd

  • Wildlife

  • Other domesticated animals (pets, other livestock)

1.2. In the community:

  • Neighbors

  • Environmentalists/naturalists/ecologists

  • Environmental NGOs

  • Consumers, including institutional consumers like primary schools

  • Public health officials

  • Health care providers (MD, nurse practitioners, hospitals, etc)

  • Human health NGOs

  • Animal health & welfare NGOs

  • Wildlife activists

1.3. In the agricultural community

  • Neighboring farmers

  • Farmer associations

  • Sustainable agriculture and organic food advocates

  • Veterinarians

  • Dairy extension agents

  • Land grant universities

  • Researchers

1.4. Companies

  • Milk cooperatives

  • Milk & cheese processing companies

  • Beef & veal slaughterhouses

  • Agricultural supply companies

  • Feed & concentrate processors

  • Agrochemical producers

  • Pharmaceutical companies (animal drugs)

  • Grocers, small & large

1.5. Policymakers & regulators

  • Local, state & national officials

  • Dept of Environmental Protection

  • National Agencies: EPA, USDA, FDA, CDC, NIH

  • Engineers & scientists