One Health Systems Mapping and Analysis Resource Toolkit (OH-SMART)


The OH-SMART mapping tool was developed to assist agencies in coordinating effective outbreak response planning. OH-SMART gives people from different disciplines a practical way to apply business process improvement and participatory leadership methods to their multi-sectoral system.  It has also been used for "After Action" outbreak response, Multi-sectoral Preparedness and Response Planning, and Developing One Health Teams. The University of Minnesota and USDA have facilitated OH-SMART workshops to support One Health systems strengthening in over 30 US states and 12 countries.

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December, 2016

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