We are running a Delphi study on the feasibility of One Health approaches involving individuals in senior positions or recognised expertise in the following areas: infectious diseases, environmental law, veterinary sciences, animal protection, consumer advocacy, wildlife management, environmental science, epidemiology, and public health.
A Delphi survey is a scenario based questionnaire that is administered over several rounds to build consensus responses. The aim is to develop a starting point for further dialogue, and a platform for broader community engagement.
This project is being managed by Jane Johnson, with help from Chris Degeling and Lyn Gilbert.
For more information contact us at: one [dot] health [at] sydney [dot] edu [dot] au
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