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The PAMJ - One Health

Aim: The PAMJ One Health was created to highlight the rich output of One Health practice across Africa and beyond. Scope: We publish articles showcasing and advancing One Health practice and research in Africa and beyond. We welcome articles in the following areas of research: zoonotic diseases, antibiotic resistance, food safety, food security, vector-borne diseases, environmental health, chronic diseases, mental health, occupational health, etc.

According to the World Health Organization, One Health is an approach to designing and implementing programmes, policies, legislation and research in which multiple sectors communicate and work together to achieve better public health outcomes. The areas of work covered by the PAMJ OH include but are not limited to food safety, the control of zoonoses, combatting antibiotic resistance, capacity building and national policies and legislations. The One Health concept therefore implies the collaboration of multiple disciplines and sectors working locally, nationally and globally to attain optimal health for people, animals and the environment.

The PAMJ One Health is an Open Access Journal published by the Pan African Medical Journal, the biggest African native Open Access Publisher in Africa. We accept for consideration manuscripts from all over the world focusing on One Health practice and research. We will consider manuscripts in the following categories:

  • Research
  • Opinion
  • Correspondence
  • Commentaries
  • Editorial
  • Essay
  • Reviews
  • Short communication
  • Letter to the editors
  • Sponsored supplements

Article Processing Charges will be waived for articles accepted for publication in the PAMJ - One Health by 30 Dec 2020. For more, consult the journal instruction for authors

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Epidemiology and molecular characterization of Enterobacteriaceae producing extended-spectrum β-lactamase in intensive and extensive breeding animals in Burkina Faso (Research)
Soufiane Sanou, Adoul Salam Ouedraogo, Manon Lounnas, Arnaud Zougmore, Armel Pooda, Jacques Zoungrana, Georges Anicet Ouedraogo, Rasmata Traore-Ouedraogo, Oumar Ouchar, Hélène Jean-Pierre, Sylvain Godreuil
PAMJ-OH. 8(4). 20 May 2022
Variations anatomiques des organes pelviens au cours de la radiothérapie conformationnelle avec modulation d´intensité des cancers de la prostate (Research)
Fatma Dhouib, Nejla Fourati, Leila Farhat, Tarek Sahnoun, Wicem Siala, Mourad Hadj Slimene, Wafa Mnejja, Jamel Daoud
PAMJ-OH. 8(3). 18 May 2022
Effect of health education on costs of treatment and household´s income among tuberculosis patients in Kenya: a randomized control trial (Research)
Humphrey Mbuti Kimani, Elizabeth Mwaniki, Francis Oguya, Peterson Warutere
PAMJ-OH. 8(2). 16 May 2022
Community perception and adaptation to climate change in Benue State, Nigeria, 2021 (Research)
Ubong Akpan Okon, Rabi Usman, Uche Ifeoma Katchy, Samson Salam
PAMJ-OH. 7(37). 26 Apr 2022
Outbreak investigation of African swine fever in Ebonyi State Nigeria, 30th April to 6th July, 2021 (Outbreak investigation)
Okoli Solomon Chieloka, Mogaji Oiza Gloria
PAMJ-OH. 7(36). 26 Apr 2022
Absence of molecular evidence of filovirus circulating in bats and rodents in Laikipia North sub-County, Kenya: a cross sectional study (Short communication)
Peris Ambala, Fatima Hussein, Samson Mutura, George Gachara, Nelson Menza, Lindsey McCrickard Shields, Megan Vodzak, Susan Murray, Marc Valitutto, Dawn Zimmerman, Joseph Kamau
PAMJ-OH. 7(34). 21 Apr 2022

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Articles published in PAMJ-OH are Open Access and distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).


PAMJ - One Health (ISSN: 2707-2800) is a subsidiary of the Pan African Medical Journal. The contents of this journal is intended exclusively for medical professionals.

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