CABI has recently launched a new collection of One Health Resources, edited by Jakob Zinsstag and Lisa Crump of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland and supported by a diverse Editorial Board of experts from 17 countries. The One Health Commission is serving in an Advisory role.
Open Access journal

CABI One Health is a new transdisciplinary open access journal. In 2022, Article Processing Charges (APCs) are being subsidised by CABI, meaning that papers can be published free of charge.

The journal promotes research and insights that will maximize One Health impact by:

  • demonstrating the added value of a One Health approach to problem-solving when compared to the disciplines working independently

  • fostering transdisciplinary approaches that consider academic and non-academic, practical, local and indigenous knowledge in the research process

  • encouraging a balanced global coverage that features the social, political, environmental and plant sciences

  • highlighting best practice in One Health research methodology, identifying the optimal methods, protocols and techniques from the full range of One Health disciplines

Educational case studies

Alongside the journal, CABI is also launching One Health Cases, a database of peer-reviewed, educational cases which cover important and contemporary topics in One Health. Cases focus on practical approaches to solving problems, spanning animal health, human health, environmental health, plant sciences and sociological issues. They consider research methodologies and, with accompanying data, show the real impact of One Health in practice.

This will be an invaluable resource for students, teachers, academics, public stakeholders, and industry practitioners. The database will be sold on a subscription model, but authors can elect to make their cases open access by paying an APC.

Find out more

CABI One Health has now published an inaugural editorial by Jakob Zinsstag and Lisa Crump.

Complementing the editorial is a Q&A article by the editors, reflecting on some key issues around the definition of One Health.

You can also see more about the full set of resources, including related publications and CABI’s practical work in the field of One Health.


About CABI
CABI is a not-for-profit, scientific research, international development and publishing organisation. Unlike other publishers, we use our surpluses to support scientific and rural development projects that help improve the lives of the world's poorest people, which means that by publishing with us, you are helping to improve those lives.

About the One Health Commission
The One Health Commission is a US based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, E.I.N. 27-0799294, working locally, nationally, regionally and globally, dedicated to implementing One Health and One Health actions around the world and to connecting the Global One Health Community. See what we do.
One Health Commission | Phone: +1.984.500.8093|