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Subject   [자료] Wildlife Veterinarian, Conservation and Public Health
Wildlife Veterinarian, Conservation and Public Health
Journal Veterinary Research Communications
Publisher Springer Netherlands
ISSN 0165-7380 (Print) 1573-7446 (Online)
Subject Biomedical and Life Sciences
Issue Volume 27, Supplement 1 / January, 2003
DOI 10.1023/B:VERC.0000014219.29166.37
Pages 567-574

Wildlife Veterinarian, Conservation and Public Health

P. Lanfranchi1 , E. Ferroglio2, G. Poglayen3 and V. Guberti4

(1)  Dipartimento di Patologia Animale, Igiene e Sanità Pubblica Veterinaria, University of Milano, Italy
(2)  Dipartimento di Produzioni Animali, Epidemiologia ed Ecologia, University of Torino, Italy
(3)  Dipartimento di Sanità Pubblica Veterinaria, University of Messina, Italy
(4)  Istituto Nazionale per la Fauna Selvatica, Ozzano E (Bo), Italy


In recent years wildlife diseases (infectious and non-infectious) have played a relevant role in both wildlife conservation and public health. Global environmental changes have determined a bimodal evolution of wildlife. On one side a huge loss of biodiversity has been observed leading to the increasing of threatened or endangered species. In contrast few opportunistic taxa increased their aboundances and ranges. The above scenarios claim the intervention of wildlife veterinarians. In conservation the understanding of the ecological role of the host-parasite relationship and the perturbations on the host population dynamics have to be assessed and eventually modified. In public health the increased overlapping among wildlife, livestock, pets and human beings represents a risk for diseases spread (no matter in which directions). Serious limits are, still now, observed in the acceptance of this 'new world' by veterinary academics. As a consequence curricula often fail in providing adequate skill at both undergraduate and graduate levels. An addressed approach towards wildlife diseases should be promoted as an essential component of environmental management.

conservation - environmental protection - public health - wildlife diseases - wildlife management

P. Lanfranchi (Email: paolo.lanfranchi@unimi.it)

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