January 16, 2022
This message is being jointly shared on behalf of the CABI One Health Resources Initiative by the One Health Commission, the One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono TeamOne Health Brasil, the One Health Latino America Ibero Caribbean network and its CYTED-USCC (Health in Ibero-America and the Caribbean in the face of Climate Change and Loss of Biodiversity) Research Coalition.* Please share widely in your networks and with any individuals interested in serving as Editors for the CABI One Health Initiative.
In 2022, CABI is launching a new set of transdisciplinary One Health resources. Each resource will foster transdisciplinary approaches that consider academic and non-academic, practical, local and indigenous knowledge in the research process and will encompass exchange and cooperation among the scientific disciplines as well as between science and society.
Established over a hundred years ago, CABI is an international, inter-governmental, not-for-profit organization that improves lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. It puts information, skills and tools into people's hands. CABI's 49 Member Countries guide and influence its work which is delivered by scientific staff based in its global network of centres.
Stressing the interconnections between humans, animals, plants, ecosystems and their shared environment, the CABI One Health Resources collection will consist of:
  • CABI One Health – an new Open Access journal embracing the full scope of One Health
Editor-in-Chief of CABI’s One Health resources, Professor Jakob Zinsstag, and Deputy Editor, Dr Lisa Crump – both of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute – are now recruiting a global editorial board of Senior and Associate Editors for this integrated collection of resources.
Senior Editors should have demonstrated significant One Health research output in leading journals, with previous membership of journal editorial boards and experience of peer review. They should have a strong international network of collaborators and partners who could contribute research articles and case studies. Associate Editors should have evidence of an active and relevant One Health publication record for their current career stage, and experience of peer reviewing articles. Experience of delivering One Health educational programs is also desirable.
Those interested in responding to this open call for editorial board members of the new CABI One Health resources are invited to contact the Editors at for more information.
Article and case submissions will open in early 2022, with the first content to publish later this year. The Editors would also love to hear from researchers or practitioners who may have research or practical One Health case studies ready to share.
One Health Commission
One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono Team
One Health Latino America Ibero Caribbean Network
One Health Brasil
This invitation is shared by the One Health Commission , a US based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, E.I.N. 27-0799294, working locally, regionally and globally, dedicated to implementing One Health and One Health actions around the world and to connecting the Global One Health Community.
*Programma Iberoamericano de 'Ciencia Y Tecnologia pare El Desarrollo' (CYTED), Funding from Europe/Chile Agreement for Latin America and Ibero/Caribbean to the OHLAIC research coalition.
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