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Call for papers: One health paradigm to foster population health

Guest Editor: Thierry van den Berg (CODA_CERVA, Belgium)

Archives of Public Health invites you to submit to our new article collection: One health paradigm to foster population health

The One Health approach acknowledges that population health is dependent on the interactions between animal and human diseases in a social and biological ecological environment. Humans and animals interact with greater frequency and intimacy in a globalized world. This interaction offers the opportunity for the emergence and spread of disease agents (chemicals, pathogens, etc.) that could adversely impact animal or human health or both. A multidisciplinary approach is required to address these questions. Research in this series helps us to better understand the connections and interactions between human, veterinary, farming strategies and climate change. The series focuses on themes such as emerging infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance, interactions between human health and farming and wildlife. Articles should give attention to the translation of the results into public (health) policy, actions and possible interventions.

The series is open for submissions which would undergo the journals normal peer review process and article processing charge. Manuscripts should be formatted according to our submission guidelines and submitted via the online submission system. In the submission system please make sure the correct collection title is chosen from the additional information tab. Please also indicate clearly in the covering letter that the manuscript is to be considered for the collection.

For further information, please email archpublichealth@biomedcentral.com.

  1. Content type: Commentary

    Elaborating from the European One Health/Ecohealth (OH/EH) workshop that took place in fall 2016 and aimed to bring together different communities and explore collaborative potential, the creation of European ...

    Authors: Hans Keune, Lucette Flandroy, Séverine Thys, Nick De Regge, Marcella Mori, Nicolas Antoine-Moussiaux, Maarten P.M. Vanhove, Javiera Rebolledo, Steven Van Gucht, Isra Deblauwe, Wim Hiemstra, Barbara Häsler, Aurélie Binot, Sara Savic, Simon R. Ruegg, Sjerp De Vries…

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:64

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  2. Content type: Commentary

    This invited commentary aims to highlight 3 recommendations to rationalize antimicrobial consumption in livestock, in order to minimize the spread of resistant bacteria and simultaneously safeguarding animal a...

    Authors: Boudewijn Catry

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:62

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  3. Content type: Commentary

    Human brucellosis remains the commonest zoonotic disease worldwide with more than 500 000 new cases annually. Understanding the biology of Brucella infections and the transmission patterns at the wildlife/livesto...

    Authors: Jacques Godfroid

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:34

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  4. Content type: Research

    Climate change is an urgent global issue and the food sector is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE). Here we study if a diet low in GHGE could be a nutritious diet compared to the Nordic Nut...

    Authors: Katarina Bälter, Camilla Sjörs, Arvid Sjölander, Christopher Gardner, Fredrik Hedenus and Annika Tillander

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:17

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  5. Content type: Research

    Tuberculosis remains to be a major public health problem among under developed world due to delay in detection and treatment of patients with active TB. In Ethiopia, tuberculosis has been recognized as a major...

    Authors: Tigist Mohammed, Kidist Daniel, Degefa Helamo and Taye Leta

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:16

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  6. Content type: Research

    In recent years multiple novel influenza A strains have emerged in humans. We reviewed publically available data to summarise epidemiological characteristics of distinct avian influenza viruses known to cause ...

    Authors: Chau Minh Bui, Abrar Ahmad Chughtai, Dillon Charles Adam and C. Raina MacIntyre

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:15

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  7. Content type: Research

    The first autochthonous Chikungunya virus transmission in Colombia was reported in September 2014. Three months later, every town in the Caribbean region was affected, including the bordering towns of Ovejas a...

    Authors: Misael Oviedo-Pastrana, Nelson Méndez, Salim Mattar, Germán Arrieta and Luty Gomezcaceres

    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2017 75:1

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