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Ethnobiology in One Health

By Marsha B Quinlan, Robert J Quinlan

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The new One Health concept is, essentially, the ethnobiology of health, addressing the interrelation of human, animal and environmental health. Incited by 2003 outbreaks of animal-borne SARS and avian influenza, One Health’s multidisciplinary perspective complements growing international support for interdisciplinary research and health equity. One Health needs researchers able to integrate social and cultural factors into health-related life science questions.


Katie Osborn

Publication Title Ethnobiology Health
Volume 7
Issue 1
Pages 59-61
ISBN/ISSN 2159-8126
Publisher Society of Ethnobiology
DOI 10.14237/ebl.7.1.2016.680
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  • Marsha B Quinlan; Robert J Quinlan (2019), "Ethnobiology in One Health,"

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  1. Animal-assisted activities
  2. Animal-assisted therapies
  3. Ethnology
  4. Farms
  5. Global health
  6. Horses
  7. Human-animal interactions
  8. Mammals
  9. open access
  10. Reptiles
  11. Zoonoses
  1. open access