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Aims and scope

One Health Outlook is a new open access journal published by BMC in collaboration with the One Health Platform.

Edited by Ab Osterhaus, One Health Outlook will have a broad scope to encompass all aspects of One Health.  Education and bringing people from different backgrounds together is what One Health is all about, and by removing barriers for readers, Open Access is ideally placed to promote the One Health ethos.

One Health Outlook welcomes papers from researchers looking at the interaction between human, animal, plant and environmental health; agriculture, food and water safety and soil health; disease surveillance, prevention and response, both infectious and chronic diseases; antimicrobial resistance; environmental toxicology detection and response; public policy and regulation; education, communications and outreach.

One Health Outlook is accepting submissions and will publish its first articles soon.

The One Health Platform

New Content ItemOne Health Outlook is published in collaboration with the One Health Platform. A strategic forum of stakeholders and a One Health reference network that aims to enhance understanding of and preparedness for the current and future outbreaks of zoonoses, emerging infectious diseases in humans and animals, and antimicrobial resistance, including the ecological and environmental factors which impact on these diseases.

Call for papers: One Health in policy, practice, and response to emerging diseases

One Health Outlook is calling for papers detailing timely and important topics related to employing a One Health approach in policy, practice, and response to emerging diseases from around the world, with a special focus on themes that have previously been under-represented in the literature. Learn more

Call for papers: Novel opportunities for NGS-based One Health surveillance of foodborne pathogens

This collection aims at describing the potential for One Health Surveillance of foodborne pathogens and disease utilizing the revolutionary NGS methodologies. Learn more

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