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ONE HEALTH JOURNAL
Founded in 2022 by the State Scientific and Research Institute for Laboratory diagnostics and Veterinary and Sanitary Expertize (SSRILDVSE)
One Health Institute, NGO (NGO OHI).
Aims and Scope
The One Health Journal is an international scientific, open access and peer-reviewed journal which publishes papers from all areas related to human and veterinary medicine, biotechnology, applied biology, food safety, biosafety and biosecurity.
The aim of One Health Journal is to provide informational support to medical, veterinary and biological community in the field of public health, veterinary medicine, plant quarantine and environmental protection, as well as to promote the introduction and development of modern methods of monitoring, diagnosis and prevention of zoonotic diseases, and infectious diseases of humans, animals and plants, recombinant and nanobiotechnologies.
The series issued quarterly in online and hard copy versions in Ukrainian and English.
The current globalization of the World aligns the society with growing risks aligned with the biological agents. Multiple biological risk factors producing threats for human, animal health and environmental well-being. Their list includes water, air, food and feed-stuff vector borne pathogens, dissemination of multiresistance strains, emergence and re-emergence of infection agents, including zoonotic pathogents, dual-use technologies and issues, illegal bioterroristic activities, hybrid threats from terroristic countries targeted to civilized World.
One Health is the collaborative, multisectoral, and multidisciplinary approach implementing at the local, national, and global levels, and aimed to achieve optimal health and well-being outcomes recognizing the interconnections between human, animal, plant health sectors, and environmental safety.
Worldwide, near 75 percent of all emerging human infectious diseases in the past three decades originated from animals. Environmental health may affect human and animal health through contamination, pollution of food and feed-stuff and poor conditions that may lead to new infectious agents. The world population is forecasted to grow from 7 billion in 2011 to 9 billion by 2050. Provision of an adequate healthcare, food and water for the growing global population requires the multisectoral approach including medical, veterinary, environmental sciences establishments. The human-animal bond beneficially impacts the health of both people and animals.
Our multisectoral team, leaded by the State Scientific and Research Institute for Laboratory diagnostics and Veterinary and Sanitary Expertize (SSRILDVSE) – leading veterinary science and reference activities establishment of the State Food Safety and Consumer Protection Service of Ukraine and Non-Governmental Organization One Health Institute (NGO OHI), created the One Health Journal in 2022.
We present the One Health Journal aimed is to provide an informational support to medical, veterinary and biological community in the field of public health, veterinary medicine, plant quarantine and environmental protection, as well as to promote the introduction and development of modern methods of monitoring, diagnosis and prevention of zoonotic diseases, and infectious diseases of humans, animals and plants, recombinant and nanobiotechnologies. The Editorial board hopes, that our multidisciplinary profile will be interesting for wide auditorium of scientists and practical specialists in human medicine, veterinary medicine, biology, biotechnology and biosafety. We invite new authors for fruitful collaboration and joint development.
Dr Olha Chechet
Prof. Dr Anton Gerilovych
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Contact information of One Health Journal Editorial Board:
State Research Institute for Laboratory Diagnostics and Veterinary-Sanitary Examination
Donetska, 30, 03151, Kyiv, UA.
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