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Ecology and conservation: contributions to One Health
|Author(s) :||S. Cleaveland, M. Borner & M. Gislason|
Although One Health is widely promoted as a more effective approach towards human, animal and ecosystem health, the momentum is still driven largely by health professionals, predominantly from the veterinary sector. While few can doubt the merits of interdisciplinary One Health approaches to tackle complex health problems, operating across the disciplines still presents many challenges. This paper focuses on the contributions of partners from ecology and conservation to One Health approaches, and identifies four broad areas which could act as a focus for practical engagement and bring ecological and conservation objectives more to the forefront of the One Health agenda: i) developing initiatives with shared conservation and health objectives, particularly in and around protected areas and including programmes addressing human reproductive health and mental health;
Conservation – Ecology – Epidemiology – Mental health – Nature – One Health – Protected area – Reproductive health – Wildlife – Wildlife trade.