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EVOLvINC: EValuating knOwLedge INtegration Capacity in multistakeholder governance
Research and policy processes in many fields, such as sustainability and health, are increasingly relying on transdisciplinary cooperationamong a multitude of governmental, nongovernmental, and private actors from local ...
Brucellosis Control in Malta and Serbia: A One Health Evaluation
Brucellosis, also known as “undulant fever” or “Malta fever”, is a zoonotic infection caused by microorganisms belonging to Brucella, a genus of gram-negative coccobacilli that behave as facultative intracellular pathogens ...
Control of cattle ticks and tick-borne diseases by acaricide in Southern Province of Zambia: a retrospective evaluation of animal health measures according to current one health concepts
One health thinking for health interventions is increasingly being used to capture previously unseen stakeholders and impacts across people, animals, and the environment. The Network for One Health Evaluation (NEOH) ...