Social ecological determinants of occupational zoonotic disease exposure on Colorado dairy farms
The presence of zoonotic pathogens in dairy farms is a known risk for people that work and live in these settings. People who work or live on a farm, farm visitors, service providers, and veterinarians are the most at risks of zoonotic infections. Dairy cattle operations represent a working environment with a high risk of exposure to zoonotic pathogens. The prevention of zoonotic diseases in animal-human interfaces can be challenging. Due to the complexity of the social ecological system, and it requires comprehensive, integrative, and culturally compelling interventions. It has been demonstrated ...
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