Positioning zoonotic disease research in forced migration: A systematic literature review of theoretical frameworks and approaches

Tasker, A.; Braam, D. PLOS ONE (2021) C1
The emergence and transmission of zoonotic diseases are driven by complex interactions between health, environmental, and socio-political systems. Human movement is considered a significant and increasing factor in these processes, yet forced migration remains an understudied area of zoonotic research–due in part to the complexity of conducting interdisciplinary research in these settings.