One Health Networks and Workforce Response to COVID-19 – Survey

COVID-19 is a One Health issue. The WHO defines One Health as an approach to designing and implementing programs, policies, legislation, and research in which multiple sectors communicate and work together to achieve better public health outcomes. 

One Health networks (OHNs) have formed around the world to serve professionals with common interests in One Health (OH). 

This study aims to describe the contributions of the diverse workforce applying OH to the COVID-19 pandemic and the connection of OHNs to workforce response activities.

We seek your participation in this survey, whether or not you work in OH, are part of a OHN, or are currently involved with COVID-19 response and/or research activities.

The estimated time to complete the survey is 10 minutes. Participation is entirely voluntary. By submitting your answers, you consent to the use of this data for the research purposes indicated.


Please complete this online survey based on your personal experiences and perceptions. Responses will not be viewed to represent the official position of your organization.  Individual responses will be anonymous and only aggregated data will be presented.

This is a project of the One Health Commission (OHC) and the One Health European Joint Programme (OHEJP), in partnership with the World Health Organization’s Global Outbreak and Response Network (WHO-GOARN).

Please kindly help circulate this information to your colleagues, friends and students, who are interested to participate in this survey.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Cheryl Stroud (OHC; [email protected])
Pikka Jokelainen (OHEJP; [email protected])
Victor del Rio Vilas (WHO-GOARN; [email protected])

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