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One Health in Complex Settings (OHICS)
One Health is rapidly becoming a dominant academic and political paradigm for understanding relationships between ecological, social, and biological drivers of disease. One Health offers significant potential for better policymaking, however the approach remains largely untested in complex settings such as conflict and forced migration. This project will convene a multi-stakeholder steering group to unite expert academic, industry, and policy stakeholders to collaboratively address two key policy demands: 1. One Health uses intersectional interdisciplinary evidence and expertise. What policy-academic networks are required to understand novel forms of evidence to develop future One Health policies in complex settings? 2. Barriers to evidence sharing exist between security and development fields. How can the case of One Health in conflict be used to co-create new solutions between policy, academia, and practice? This project will answer these challenges by: 1. Collaboratively mapping academic-policy evidence, evidence holders, and evidence gaps on One Health conflict research and policies. 2. Working with the cross-Whitehall One Health Group to define and publish a future research agenda detailing evidence gaps and research-policy solutions on conflict-based health research for global One Health institutions. 3. Co-creating a research-policy-practice network to translate, embed, and progress future research-policy activities. 4. Co-creating and testing a framework connecting conflict-based One Health research and UK security policy. Outputs include the publication of a comprehensive evidence review, a structured future research agenda, creation of an academic-industry-policy expert network, a major funding proposal, and embedding a security policy-evidence framework.
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