Network for Evaluation of One Health

Network for Evaluation of One Health (NEOH)

COST Action TD1404

Funded by COST from the 17 Nov 2014 to 16 Nov 2018

Human health and well-being are increasingly affected by global challenges such as malnutrition, emerging and endemic zoonotic diseases, antimicrobial resistance and climate change. A One Health approach has been proposed to tackle the challenges through accepting that their complexity requires interdisciplinarity.

 

 

Several One Health initiatives have been implemented, such as the establishment of cross-sectoral coordination, communication and data sharing mechanisms, but no standardised methodology exists for quantitative evaluation of One Health activities.Therefore the Network for Evaluation of One Health (NEOH) aims to enable future quantitative evaluations of One Health activities and to further the evidence base by developing and applying a science-based evaluation protocol in a community of experts (See our Memorandum of Understanding for more information).

 

Working Groups

 

 

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Working Group 1

WG1 to develop (1) the overall evaluation framework, (2) a One Health index and (3) a protocol for systematic evaluation of One Health, taking into account various disciplinary perspectives and resulting complexity.

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Working Group 2

WG2 to apply the framework, protocol and index developed to different One Health initiatives (case studies) using primary and secondary datasets.

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Working Group 3

WG3 to conduct a meta-analysis of the available case study to facilitate international comparison and the elaboration of policy recommendations.

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Working Group 4

WG4 is responsible for seeking a dialogue with national governments, NGOs, research organisations, and industry throughout the project to ensure that the evidence produced addresses decision-makers’ needs.

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Alfresco is our internal collaboration platform

Events

Workshop – Antimicrobial Resistance Special Session, McGill Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health

Date: 16 June 2018   Deadline for registration: 1 May 2018 Location: Montreal, Canada Organiser: McGill University Summary: Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been identified as one of the most urgent issues facing global health. LMIC will disproportionately be affected, because of the colossal burden of infectious diseases coupled with critical gaps in diagnostic infrastructure, infection control, antimicrobial […]

  • 16-06-2018

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Sixth International Conference on Agriculture and Food

Date: 20-24 June 2018 Abstract deadline: 30 April 2018 Location: Elenite, Bulgaria Organiser: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Union of Scientists in Bulgaria, Science & Education Foundation, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops (Serbia) and Kazakh National Agrarian University   Summary: The purpose of this meeting is to bring together researchers and scientists with interests in agriculture, ecology and food […]

  • 20-06-2018

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5th International One Health Congress

Date:  22 – 25 June 2018 Location: Saskatoon, Canada Summary: The congress will build upon the excellent sessions and debates at previous International One Health Congresses organized in Melbourne, Bangkok and Amsterdam to give the floor to the most renowned experts and researchers. Since the first congress in 2011, the One Health approach has been increasingly accepted […]

  • 22-06-2018

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ANH Academy Week 2018

3rd Annual Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Academy Week Abstract Deadline: 11 February 2018. Date: 25 – 29 June 2018 Location: Accra, Ghana. Summary:  The ANH Academy Week is an annual event to facilitate the sharing and learning of evidence on linkages between  agriculture and food systems for improved nutrition and health. It focuses on research to understand how we can […]

  • 25-06-2018

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News

  • One Health Outlook

  A new open access journal published by the One Health Platform and BMC   Editor-in-Chief: Ab Osterhaus  One Health Outlook aims to promote the collaboration, connection and rapid sharing of information within all fields of research relevant to One Health through open access publishing.  The journal welcomes papers from researchers looking at the interaction […]

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  • Opinion piece by NEOH member Brigit Schauer

Crowd sourcing to bridge the gap between science and public health A One Health approach has been promoted for twenty years to strengthen control and prevention of zoonotic diseases. But barriers remain particularly limiting effective intersectoral cooperation between science and public health. Crowdsourcing is an online, distributed, problem-solving, and production model, which generally includes four […]

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  • Creating impact for One Health and Ecohealth – Registration closing in 10 days!

There is only 10 days left to register for the NEOH final action conference in Bologna! Date: Conference: 10th – 11th of September 2018 Dissemination Workshop: 12th September 2018 Venue: Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Bologna, Viale Giuseppe Fanin n. 44, Bologna, Italy REGISTER NOW See the full conference programme here Conference […]

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