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The Promotion and Development of One Health at Swiss TPH and Its Greater Potential
The Promotion and Development of One Health at Swiss TPH and Its Greater Potential
Comparative Study of Free-Roaming Domestic Dog Management and Roaming Behavior Across Four Countries: Chad, Guatemala, Indonesia, and Uganda
Comparative Study of Free-Roaming Domestic Dog Management and Roaming Behavior Across Four Countries: Chad, Guatemala, Indonesia, and Uganda
Predictors of free-roaming domestic dogs’ contact network centrality and their relevance for rabies control
Predictors of free-roaming domestic dogs’ contact network centrality and their relevance for rabies control
Estimation of free-roaming domestic dog population size: Investigation of three methods including an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) based approach
Estimation of free-roaming domestic dog population size: Investigation of three methods including an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) based approach
Gender in public health research: Reflections on design and process across four research projects in low-and middle-income countries
Gender in public health research: Reflections on design and process across four research projects in low-and middle-income countries
Habitat selection by free-roaming domestic dogs in rabies endemic countries in rural and urban settings
Habitat selection by free-roaming domestic dogs in rabies endemic countries in rural and urban settings
The Promotion and Development of One Health at Swiss TPH and Its Greater Potential
The Promotion and Development of One Health at Swiss TPH and Its Greater Potential
Expanding the concept of therapeutic encounters
Expanding the concept of therapeutic encounters
Cancer Epistemics In Two Medical Systems
Cancer Epistemics In Two Medical Systems
Patient-centered boundary mechanisms to foster intercultural partnerships in health care: a case study in Guatemala
Patient-centered boundary mechanisms to foster intercultural partnerships in health care: a case study in Guatemala
Transdisciplinary Research on Cancer-Healing Systems Between Biomedicine and the Maya of Guatemala: A Tool for Reciprocal Reflexivity in a Multi-Epistemological Setting
Transdisciplinary Research on Cancer-Healing Systems Between Biomedicine and the Maya of Guatemala: A Tool for Reciprocal Reflexivity in a Multi-Epistemological Setting