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  1. Foodborne viral infections rank among the top 5 causes of disease, with noroviruses and hepatitis A causing the greatest burden globally. Contamination of foods by infected food handlers or through environment...

    Authors: Marion Desdouits, Miranda de Graaf, Sofia Strubbia, Bas B. Oude Munnink, Annelies Kroneman, Françoise S. Le Guyader and Marion P. G. Koopmans

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:14

    Content type: Review

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  2. Health surveillance is an important element of disease prevention, control, and management. During the past two decades, there have been several initiatives to integrate health surveillance systems using vario...

    Authors: Janeth George, Barbara Häsler, Irene Mremi, Calvin Sindato, Leonard Mboera, Mark Rweyemamu and James Mlangwa

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:11

    Content type: Review

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  3. Globally, chicken is known to be a reservoir for the spread of antimicrobial resistance genes to humans. In Nigeria, antimicrobial drugs are readily accessible for use in poultry production, either for prevent...

    Authors: Mabel Kamweli Aworh, Jacob Kwaga, Emmanuel Okolocha, Lyndy Harden, Dawn Hull, Rene S. Hendriksen and Siddhartha Thakur

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:8

    Content type: Research

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  4. The inappropriate use of antibiotics is a major issue in clinical practice in Greece with serious implications for public health and animal health. The purpose of the present study was to provide a first insig...

    Authors: George Valiakos, Eleni Pavlidou, Christos Zafeiridis, Constantina N. Tsokana and Victor J. Del Rio Vilas

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:7

    Content type: Research

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  5. The World One Health Congresses are biennial gatherings of approximately 1500 professionals from relevant international organisations, OIE, FAO, WHO, World Bank, leading scientific experts and researchers in t...

    Authors: Albert D. M. E. Osterhaus, Chris Vanlangendonck, Maurizio Barbeschi, Christianne J. M. Bruschke, Renee Christensen, Peter Daszak, Frouke de Groot, Peter Doherty, Patrick Drury, Sabri Gmacz, Keith Hamilton, John Hart, Rebecca Katz, Christophe Longuet, Jesse McLeay, Gaetano Morelli…

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:6

    Content type: Review

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  6. Childhood stunting and malnutrition condemn millions of people globally to a life of disadvantage and cognitive and physical impairment. Though increasing egg consumption is often seen as an important solution...

    Authors: Kevin Louis Bardosh, Jeylan Wolyie Hussein, Elias Ahmed Sadik, Jemal Yousuf Hassen, Mengistu Ketema, Abdulmuen Mohammed Ibrahim, Sarah Lindley McKune and Arie Hendrik Havelaar

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:5

    Content type: Research

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  7. Whole genome sequencing (WGS) of foodborne pathogens has become an effective method for investigating the information contained in the genome sequence of bacterial pathogens. In addition, its highly discrimina...

    Authors: Laura Uelze, Josephine Grützke, Maria Borowiak, Jens Andre Hammerl, Katharina Juraschek, Carlus Deneke, Simon H. Tausch and Burkhard Malorny

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:3

    Content type: Review

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  8. Bats provide important ecosystem services; however, current evidence supports that they host several zoonotic viruses, including species of the Coronaviridae family. If bats in close interaction with humans host ...

    Authors: Diego Montecino-Latorre, Tracey Goldstein, Kirsten Gilardi, David Wolking, Elizabeth Van Wormer, Rudovick Kazwala, Benard Ssebide, Julius Nziza, Zikankuba Sijali, Michael Cranfield and Jonna A. K. Mazet

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:2

    Content type: Research

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  9. There is increased recognition that complex health challenges at the human-animal-environmental interface require a transdisciplinary, “whole-of-society” approach. This philosophy is particularly pertinent in Aot...

    Authors: Sarah Harrison, Michael G. Baker, Jackie Benschop, Russell G. Death, Nigel P. French, Garth Harmsworth, Robin J. Lake, Iain L. Lamont, Patricia C. Priest, James E. Ussher and David R. Murdoch

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:4

    Content type: Review

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  10. Recurring outbreaks of emerging and re-emerging zoonoses, such as Ebola virus disease, avian influenza, and Nipah virus, serve as a reminder that the health of humans, animals, and the environment are intercon...

    Authors: Terra R. Kelly, Catherine Machalaba, William B. Karesh, Paulina Zielinska Crook, Kirsten Gilardi, Julius Nziza, Marcela M. Uhart, Erika Alandia Robles, Karen Saylors, Damien O. Joly, Corina Monagin, Prime Mulembakani Mangombo, Placide Mbala Kingebeni, Rudovick Kazwala, David Wolking, Woutrina Smith…

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:1

    Content type: Review

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  11. Australian brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) are an introduced pest species in New Zealand, but native to Australia where they are protected for biodiversity conservation. Wobbly possum disease (WPD) is a...

    Authors: Wei-Shan Chang, John-Sebastian Eden, William J. Hartley, Mang Shi, Karrie Rose and Edward C. Holmes

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2019 1:5

    Content type: Research

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  12. The governments of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone have acknowledged that weak health systems and poor coordination of efforts hampered effectiveness of the 2014–2016 Ebola outbreak response. The bitter expe...

    Authors: Serge Agbo, Lionel Gbaguidi, Chethana Biliyar, Seydou Sylla, Mukeh Fahnbulleh, John Dogba, Sakoba Keita, Sarian Kamara, Amara Jambai, Albert Harris, Tolbert Nyenswah, Mane Seni, Sow Bhoye, Sambe Duale and Andrew Kitua

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2019 1:4

    Content type: Research

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  13. The USAID Preparedness and Response (P&R) project’s publication on Multisectoral Coordination that Works identified five dimensions most critical to creating effective and sustainable One Health platforms: pol...

    Authors: Andrew Y. Kitua, Susan Scribner, Mark Rasmuson, Dominic Kambarage, Janneth Mghamba, Elibariki R. Mwakapeje, Harrison Chinyuka, Jubilate Bernard, Kate Zimmerman, Sambe Duale and David Mutonga

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2019 1:3

    Content type: Research

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  14. One Health (OH) is an integrated approach, formed inclusive of using multiple disciplines to attain optimal health for humans, animals, and the environment. The increasing proximity between humans, livestock, ...

    Authors: Bugwesa Z. Katale, Erasto V. Mbugi, Julius D. Keyyu, Robert D. Fyumagwa, Mark M. Rweyemamu, Paul D. van Helden, Hazel M. Dockrell and Mecky I. Matee

    Citation: One Health Outlook 2019 1:2

    Content type: Review

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One 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.