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A guide of One Health Resources for the DelVal Community. Email email@example.com with any questions, concerns or ideas for this guide.
Nextstrain is an open-source project to harness the scientific and public health potential of pathogen genome data. They provide a continually-updated view of publicly available data alongside powerful analytic and visualization tools for use by the community. Their goal is to aid epidemiological understanding and improve outbreak response.
The Official Journal of the International Federation for Tropical Medicine offers all their latest research on the novel Coronavirus, published in One Health. All articles are open access and are immediately and permanently free online accessible for anyone to read, download or cite anywhere in the world.
Since January 2020, the One Health Commission has been compiling on this webpage popular media OpEds, Commentaries, Podcasts and other media about the coronavirus pandemic that mention and/or call for One Health by theory or name because popular media is read by the public. These carefully selected articles can help the public, especially law and policy makers, understand our urgent need to implement One Health.
The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), part of the United Nations, conducted a workshop in July 2020. This workshop report is one of the most scientifically robust examinations of the evidence and knowledge about links between pandemic risk and nature since the COVID pandemic began – with contributions from leading experts in fields as diverse as epidemiology, zoology, public health, disease ecology, comparative pathology, veterinary medicine, pharmacology, wildlife health, mathematical modelling, economics, law and public policy. The report is also strongly scientifically substantiated, with almost than 700 cited sources – more than 200 of which are from 2020 and 2019 – which offers decision-makers a valuable analytical snap-shot of the most up-to-date data currently available.