About this Research Topic
In this Research Topic we seek to reflect the current debate on framing One Health and/or EcoHealth in terms of scope(s) and delimitations, integration challenges from a scientific, policy, sector and/or implementer perspective, and evaluation of such integrated initiatives. Manuscripts should be focused on generating knowledge and practice. We also invite reports of case studies that apply the NEOH methodology in order to highlight strengths, weaknesses and added value of One Health based on practical examples in a variety of contexts. Submissions of cases that philosophically follow a similar concept are also welcome. They will be selected based on their impact on public, animal, and environmental health, relevance for the region in which the study has been conducted, and novelty of the transdisciplinary and trans-sectorial approach.
Keywords: One health, quantitative evaluation, evaluation framework, Qualitative evaluation, public, human, veterinary and environmental health, transdisciplinarity, validation, Network for Evaluation of One Health, Ecohealth
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