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  1. Ongoing outbreaks of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) continue posing a global health threat. Vaccination of livestock reservoir species is a recommended strategy to prevent spread of ME...

    Authors: Jordi Rodon, Anna Z. Mykytyn, Guillermo Cantero, Irina C. Albulescu, Berend-Jan Bosch, Alexander Brix, Jean-Christophe Audonnet, Albert Bensaid, Júlia Vergara-Alert, Bart L. Haagmans and Joaquim Segalés
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:12
  2. Hunters, vendors, and consumers are key actors in the wildlife trade value chain in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, and potentially face an elevated risk of exposure to zoonotic diseases. Understanding the knowledg...

    Authors: Tina Kusumaningrum, Alice Latinne, Stephanie Martinez, Jusuf Kalengkongan, Ageng Wiyatno, Aghnianditya Kresno Dewantari, Novie Kasenda, Janno B. B. Bernadus, Ungke Anton Jaya, Chairin Nisa Ma’roef, Leilani Francisco, Emily Hagan, Maureen Miller, Khin Saw Aye Myint, Peter Daszak, Kevin J. Olival…
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:11
  3. Antimicrobials are essential for human and animal health. Drug resistance to an antimicrobial agent follows the introduction of a new antimicrobial agent. Evidence suggests that the public plays an important r...

    Authors: Haileyesus Dejene, Rediet Birhanu and Zewdu Seyoum Tarekegn
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:10
  4. The Equine Hepacivirus (EqHV) is an equine-specific and liver-tropic virus belonging to the diverse genus of Hepaciviruses. It was recently found in a large donkey (Equus asinus) cohort with a similar seroprevale...

    Authors: André Gömer, Christina Puff, Birthe Reinecke, Stephanie Bracht, Maria Conze, Wolfgang Baumgärtner, Jörg Steinmann, Karsten Feige, Jessika M. V. Cavalleri, Eike Steinmann and Daniel Todt
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:9
  5. The risk of spreading emerging and reemerging diseases has been increasing by the interactions of human – animal – ecosystems and increases account for more than one billion cases, a million deaths and caused ...

    Authors: Gashaw Adane Erkyihun, Fikru Regassa Gari, Bedaso Mammo Edao and Gezahegne Mamo Kassa
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:8
  6. Recent emerging and re-emerging diseases in animals and humans show the vulnerability of humans, animals, and crops to disease outbreaks and the large potential impact on health, food security, and economies w...

    Authors: Tae Youn Kim, Loinda Baldrias, Sophia Papageorgiou, Edna Aguilar, Michael Tee, Terra Kelly, Jim Hill and Michael Wilkes
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:7
  7. Lagos State is the epicenter of COVID-19 in Nigeria, having the highest number of cases and death. Veterinary practitioners play an important role in public health and risk exposure to SARS-CoV-2, the virus th...

    Authors: Folajimi O. Shorunke, Emmanuel C. Okolocha, Grace S. Kia, Aishat Usman, Oluseyi Akano and Emmanuel J. Awosanya
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:4
  8. In Ghana, the conversion of land to agriculture, especially across the vegetative belt has resulted in fragmented forest landscapes with increased interactions among humans, domestic animals, and wildlife.

    Authors: Richard Suu-Ire, Evangeline Obodai, Samuel Otis Bel-Nono, William Kwabena Ampofo, Jonna A. K. Mazet, Tracey Goldstein, Christine Kreuder Johnson, Brett Smith, Linda Boaatema, Theodore Worlanyo Asigbee, Joseph Awuni, Eric Opoku and Terra R. Kelly
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:6
  9. Understanding how and why people interact with animals is important for the prevention and control of zoonoses. To date, studies have primarily focused on the most visible forms of human-animal contact (e.g., ...

    Authors: Sagan Friant, Jesse Bonwitt, Wilfred A. Ayambem, Nzube M. Ifebueme, Alobi O. Alobi, Oshama M. Otukpa, Andrew J. Bennett, Corrigan Shea, Jessica M. Rothman, Tony L. Goldberg and Jerry K. Jacka
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:5
  10. Diarrhoeagenic Escherichia coli (DEC) strains are common causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Waterborne DEC could pose a health risk to humans through domestic use of contaminated water. However, epidemi...

    Authors: Babatunde Odetoyin, Olawumi Ogundipe and Adebola Onanuga
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:3
  11. Over the past decade, 70% of new and re-emerging infectious disease outbreaks in East Africa have originated from the Congo Basin where Rwanda is located. To respond to these increasing risks of disastrous out...

    Authors: Gloria Igihozo, Phaedra Henley, Arne Ruckert, Charles Karangwa, Richard Habimana, Rosine Manishimwe, Leandre Ishema, Hélène Carabin, Mary E. Wiktorowicz and Ronald Labonté
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:2
  12. Brucellosis an important zoonotic disease worldwide, which frequently presents as an undifferentiated febrile illness with otherwise varied and non-specific clinical manifestations. Despite its importance, the...

    Authors: Belinda Joseph Mligo, Calvin Sindato, Richard B. Yapi, Coletha Mathew, Ernatus M. Mkupasi, Rudovick R. Kazwala and Esron D. Karimuribo
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2022 4:1
  13. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has recently gained worldwide recognition, as the emergence of multi-drug resistant organisms has led to increased mortality and economic burden. This study aimed to assess knowl...

    Authors: Mabel Kamweli Aworh, Jacob Kwada Paghi Kwaga and Emmanuel Chukwudi Okolocha
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:25
  14. Dental fluorosis is caused by prolonged exposure to excessive fluoride during the period of permanent tooth formation and is characterized by tooth discoloration, pitting, and loss of shape. Communities livin...

    Authors: Theodore Habiyakare, Janna M. Schurer, Barika Poole, Susan Murcott, Basile Migabo, Birori Mardochee, J. Hellen Amuguni and John P. Morgan
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:23
  15. Zoonotic diseases pose a significant threat to human, animal, and environmental health. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has endured a significant burden of zoonotic disease impacts. To a...

    Authors: Grace W. Goryoka, Virgil Kuassi Lokossou, Kate Varela, Nadia Oussayef, Bernard Kofi, Vivian Iwar and Casey Barton Behravesh
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:24
  16. This systematic review aimed to analyse the performance of the Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) strategy in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and how its implementation has embraced advancement in in...

    Authors: Irene R. Mremi, Janeth George, Susan F. Rumisha, Calvin Sindato, Sharadhuli I. Kimera and Leonard E. G. Mboera
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:22
  17. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has gained national and international attention. The design and launch of national policy on antimicrobial use and resistance and action plan marked a milestone in Ghana’s commit...

    Authors: Augustina Koduah, Martha Gyansa-Lutterodt, George Kwesi Hedidor, Reginald Sekyi-Brown, Michelle Asiedu-Danso, Brian Adu Asare, Angela Ama Ackon and Edith Andrews Annan
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:18
  18. While sustainability has become a universal precept in the development of global health security systems, supporting policies often lack mechanisms to drive policies into regular practice. ‘On-paper’ norms and...

    Authors: Stephanie Marie Norlock, Patrick W. Okanya, Anastasia Trataris, Michael E. Hildebrand, Jean de Dieu Baziki, Imane Belkourati and Maureen Ellis
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:20
  19. Biological threats are complex and multifaceted, as evidenced by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Their effective prevention and countering require multiple lines of collaborative action and sustained cross-sect...

    Authors: Tatyana A. Novossiolova, Simon Whitby, Malcolm Dando and Graham S. Pearson
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:17
  20. Bacterial Foodborne Pathogens (FBP) are the commonest cause of foodborne illness or foodborne diseases (FBD) worldwide. They contaminate food at any stages in the entire food chain, from farm to dining-table. ...

    Authors: Dinaol Belina, Yonas Hailu, Tesfaye Gobena, Tine Hald and Patrick Murigu Kamau Njage
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:19
  21. Brucellosis is a bacterial zoonosis of public health and economic importance worldwide. It affects a number of domestic animals, wild animals and humans. Human brucellosis originates from either livestock or w...

    Authors: R. M. Sambu, C. Mathew, H. E. Nonga, A. S. Lukambagire, R. B. Yapi, J. Akoko, G. Fokou, J. D. Keyyu, B. Bonfoh and R. R. Kazwala
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:15
  22. Attacks using animal pathogens can have devastating socioeconomic, public health and national security consequences. The livestock sector has some inherent vulnerabilities which put it at risk to the deliberat...

    Authors: Gisela Vasconcelos Gioia, Gaël Lamielle, Ryan Aguanno, Ihab ElMasry, Béatrice Mouillé, Cristian De Battisti, Angélique Angot, Fanny Ewann, Adrien Sivignon, Daniel Donachie, Orr Rozov, Étienne Bonbon, Frédéric Poudevigne, Sophie VonDobschuetz, Ludovic Plée, Wantanee Kalpravidh…
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:14
  23. Nipah virus (NiV) infection causes encephalitis and has > 75% mortality rate, making it a WHO priority pathogen due to its pandemic potential. There have been NiV outbreak(s) in Malaysia, India, Bangladesh, an...

    Authors: Supaporn Wacharapluesadee, Siriporn Ghai, Prateep Duengkae, Pattarapol Manee-Orn, Weerapong Thanapongtharm, Abhinbhen W. Saraya, Sangchai Yingsakmongkon, Yutthana Joyjinda, Sanipa Suradhat, Weenassarin Ampoot, Bundit Nuansrichay, Thongchai Kaewpom, Rachod Tantilertcharoen, Apaporn Rodpan, Kachen Wongsathapornchai, Teerada Ponpinit…
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:12
  24. Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is among the leading causes of viral hepatitis in most developing countries. Zoonotic acquisition of HEV genotype 3 from swine has come into focus more recently. Available studies on HE...

    Authors: Richmond Yeboah, Augustina Angelina Sylverken, Michael Owusu, Philip El-Duah, Vitus Burimuah, Yaw Frimpong, Jones Lamptey, Isabella Eckerle, Benjamin Meyer, Christopher Antwi, Olivia Agbenyaga, Raphael Folitse, Benjamin Emikpe, Samuel Kingsley Oppong, Yaw Adu-Sarkodie and Christian Drosten
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:13
  25. The presence of antibiotic resistant microorganisms in food is of great concern globally. This research was carried out to detect and characterize plasmid carriage and profiles among members of Enterobacteriac...

    Authors: Roseline Ekiomado Uzeh, Fadekemisola Adewumi and Bamidele Tolulope Odumosu
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:10
  26. Early detection of Ebola virus spillover into wildlife is crucial for rapid response. We developed and validated a portable, cold-chain independent Ebola virus RT-qPCR assay.

    Authors: Dania M. Figueroa, Eeva Kuisma, M. Jeremiah Matson, Alain U. Ondzie, Trent Bushmaker, Stephanie N. Seifert, Francine Ntoumi, Beatriz Escudero-Pérez, César Muñoz-Fontela, Chris Walzer, Sarah H. Olson, Cynthia Goma-Nkoua, Jean-Vivien Mombouli, Robert J. Fischer and Vincent J. Munster
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:9
  27. In an effort to strengthen global capacity to prevent, detect, and control infectious diseases in animals and people, the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Emerging Pandemic Threats ...

    Authors: Karen Saylors, David J. Wolking, Emily Hagan, Stephanie Martinez, Leilani Francisco, Jason Euren, Sarah H. Olson, Maureen Miller, Amanda E. Fine, Nga Nguyen Thi Thanh, Phuc Tran Minh, Jusuf D. Kalengkongan, Tina Kusumaningrum, Alice Latinne, Joko Pamungkas, Dodi Safari…
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:11
  28. On 18 January 2018 a 40 year old man presented with skin lesions at Rhino Camp Health Centre. A skin lesion swab was collected on 20 January 2018 and was confirmed by PCR at Uganda Virus Research Institute on ...

    Authors: Vivian Ntono, Daniel Eurien, Lilian Bulage, Daniel Kadobera, Julie Harris and Alex Riolexus Ario
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:8
  29. The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 likely emerged from a wildlife source with transmission to humans followed by rapid geographic spread throughout the globe and severe impacts on both human health and the globa...

    Authors: R. J. Delahay, J. de la Fuente, G. C. Smith, K. Sharun, E. L. Snary, L. Flores Girón, J. Nziza, A. R. Fooks, S. M. Brookes, F. Z. X. Lean, A. C. Breed and C. Gortazar
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:7
  30. Although healthy plants are vital to human and animal health, plant health is often overlooked in the One Health literature. Plants provide over 80% of the food consumed by humans and are the primary source of...

    Authors: David M. Rizzo, Maureen Lichtveld, Jonna A. K. Mazet, Eri Togami and Sally A. Miller
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:6
  31. The emergence of high consequence pathogens such as Ebola and SARS-CoV-2, along with the continued burden of neglected diseases such as rabies, has highlighted the need for preparedness for emerging and endemi...

    Authors: Linzy Elton, Najmul Haider, Richard Kock, Margaret J. Thomason, John Tembo, Liã Bárbara Arruda, Francine Ntoumi, Alimuddin Zumla and Timothy D. McHugh
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:5
  32. Chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) was first recognized in Sri Lanka in the early 1990s, and since then it has reached epidemic levels in the North Central Province of the country. The prevalenc...

    Authors: Jake M Pry, Wendi Jackson, Ruwini Rupasinghe, Guneratne Lishanthe, Zied Badurdeen, Tilak Abeysekara, Rohana Chandrajith, Woutrina Smith and Saumya Wickramasinghe
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:4
  33. Multidrug resistance efflux pumps and biofilm formation are mechanisms by which bacteria can evade the actions of many antimicrobials. Antibiotic resistant non-typhoidal Salmonella serovars have become wide sprea...

    Authors: Elizabeth Tolulope Olubisose, Abraham Ajayi, Adeyemi Isaac Adeleye and Stella Ifeanyi Smith
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:2
  34. Food insecurity is a global problem that requires a One Health approach. As many households in low- and middle-income nations rely on crops and livestock that they produce to meet their household’s needs, food...

    Authors: H. Gitungwa, C. R. Gustafson, E. Y. Jimenez, E. W. Peterson, M. Mwanzalila, A. Makweta, E. Komba, R. R. Kazwala, J. A. K. Mazet and E. VanWormer
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2021 3:3
  35. To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) of animal and human health professionals towards rabies management and also to establish the level of relationship between KAP.

    Authors: Fred Monje, Joseph Erume, Frank N. Mwiine, Herbert Kazoora and Samuel George Okech
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:24
  36. The interconnections of humans, domestic animals, wildlife and the environment have increasingly become complex, requiring innovative and collaborative approaches (One Health approach) for addressing global he...

    Authors: Edwinah Atusingwize, Rawlance Ndejjo, Gloria Tumukunde, Esther Buregyeya, Peninah Nsamba, Doreen Tuhebwe, Charles Drago Kato, Irene Naigaga, David Musoke, John David Kabasa and William Bazeyo
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:23
  37. The health of our planet and humanity is threatened by biodiversity loss, disease and climate crises that are unprecedented in human history, driven by our insatiable consumption and unsustainable production p...

    Authors: Julie Garnier, Sara Savic, Elena Boriani, Brigitte Bagnol, Barbara Häsler and Richard Kock
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:22
  38. The second largest Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak began in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July 2018 in North Kivu Province. Data suggest the outbreak is not epidemiologically linked to the 2018 outbre...

    Authors: Tracey Goldstein, Manjunatha N. Belaganahalli, Eddy K. Syaluha, Jean-Paul K. Lukusa, Denise J. Greig, Simon J. Anthony, Alexandre Tremeau-Bravard, Riddhi Thakkar, Adrian Caciula, Nischay Mishra, W. Ian Lipkin, Jasjeet K. Dhanota, Brett R. Smith, Victoria M. Ontiveros, Nistara Randhawa, Michael Cranfield…
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:21
  39. The holistic approach of One Health, which sees human, animal, plant, and environmental health as a unit, rather than discrete parts, requires not only interdisciplinary cooperation, but standardized methods f...

    Authors: Ruth E. Timme, William J. Wolfgang, Maria Balkey, Sai Laxmi Gubbala Venkata, Robyn Randolph, Marc Allard and Errol Strain
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:20
  40. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) among bacterial pathogens is a fast-growing public health concern. AMR in non-typhoidal Salmonella serovars (NTS) among food animals is of special concern as this may transmit resis...

    Authors: Amy Nelson, Sulochana Manandhar, Juliana Ruzante, Arrogya Gywali, Bimala Dhakal, Santosh Dulal, Rupendra Chaulagai and Sameer M. Dixit
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:18
  41. For many emerging or re-emerging pathogens, cases in humans arise from a mixture of introductions (via zoonotic spillover from animal reservoirs or geographic spillover from endemic regions) and secondary huma...

    Authors: Riley O. Mummah, Nicole A. Hoff, Anne W. Rimoin and James O. Lloyd-Smith
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:17
  42. This paper describes the result of workshops conducted to increase the knowledge and awareness of university students using a multidisciplinary, collaborative, multisectoral and trans-disciplinary approach con...

    Authors: Abdul Rashid and Seng Fong Lau
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:15
  43. Antibiotic resistance is a major contributing factor to global morbidity and mortality and is associated with inappropriate medication use. However, the level of antibiotic consumption and knowledge about anti...

    Authors: Tamara Jimah, Ama P. Fenny and Oladele A. Ogunseitan
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:12
  44. Many ecologically important plants are pollinated or have their seeds dispersed by fruit bats, including the widely distributed African straw-colored fruit bats (Eidolon helvum). Their ability to fly long distanc...

    Authors: Nistara Randhawa, Brian H. Bird, Elizabeth VanWormer, Zikankuba Sijali, Christopher Kilonzo, Alphonce Msigwa, Abel B. Ekiri, Aziza Samson, Jonathan H. Epstein, David J. Wolking, Woutrina A. Smith, Beatriz Martínez-López, Rudovick Kazwala and Jonna A. K. Mazet
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:16
  45. Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is a major cause of human hepatitis worldwide. Zoonotic genotypes of the virus have been found in diverse animal species with pigs playing a major role. Putative risk of zoonotic infect...

    Authors: Philip El-Duah, Dickson Dei, Tabea Binger, Augustina Sylverken, Robert Wollny, William Tasiame, Samuel Oppong, Yaw Adu-Sarkodie, Benjamin Emikpe, Raphael Folitse, Jan Felix Drexler, Richard Phillips, Christian Drosten and Victor Max Corman
    Citation: One Health Outlook 2020 2:10

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