One Health & Implementation Research (OHIR) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal.
Current socio-ecological challenges such as climate change, destruction of natural habitats, species extinction, urbanization, and emerging zoonotic diseases severely impact the health of people, wildlife, and domestic animals. Thus, communicable and non-communicable diseases and increasing antimicrobial resistance demand a comprehensive understanding of the relation between health and disease as well as their determinants, considering human, animal, plant and environmental disciplines, on a global scale. Within this context, One Health & Implementation Research (OHIR) aims to promote multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research that provides evidence to improve health for all. A special focus of this journal is on the implementation of study findings to achieve sustainable disease prevention and control within the One Health approach, in collaboration with communities, policy makers and other stakeholders. The journal publishes Original Articles, Review Articles, Meta-Analyses, Systematic Reviews, Technical Notes, Commentaries, Letters to Editor, Opinions and Perspectives.