In 2011 One Health was identified as one of six Signature Research Areas at the University of Saskatchewan. Each Area is an 'outstanding achievement enabled by our research capacity, investments, history and sense of place.'
One Health has been defined as "strategy to better understand and address the contemporary health issues created by the convergence of human, animal, and environmental domains ..." (American Veterinary Medical Association, Exe. Summary).
Although not a new concept (in the past it was also known as One Medicine), One Health is a relatively new worldwide strategy that draws upon collaboration from veterinary medicine, human medicine, public health, environmental health, wildlife health, and agriculture) to better understand the human-animal-environment interface.
Do you need help finding information on a One Health topic? Contact Erin Watson, the One Health liaison librarian, for help.
Small parts of this guide were taken with permission from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's One Health Portal. The U of S Library thanks the librarians who created the guide and were generous enough to let us use their template and modify content.