April 17, 2019
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In 2014 NEOH brought together more than 250 researchers, practitioners, decision-makers and other stakeholders across Europe with an interest in One Health and evaluation who shared a vision to develop and use methods and frameworks for improved decision making on complex health issues. Though its EUCOST funding ended in 2018, NEOH continues as the Network for EcoHealth and One Health as the European chapter of EcoHealth International. All NEOH outputs to date are open access. https://bit.ly/2URgzT9
Research topic Frontiers journal http://bit.ly/2F9yECl
On March 26, 2019 the world lost a strong One Health champion to cancer. Dr. Rene Carlson, an energetic, positive mentor to many, always worked collaboratively to move veterinary medicine and humanity at large forward. In 2011 she became the third female president in AVMA history; then, in 2015 as president of the World Veterinary Association (WVA), she facilitated the first ever World Veterinary Association/World Medical Association (WMA) joint One Health Conference held in Madrid, Spain. A Second Joint WVA/WMA One Health Conference was held in Japan in 2017. The global One Health Community will miss her greatly. https://bit.ly/2XaOpAd
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Seattle, Washington, USA. The University of Washington’s Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Services and the Harborview Medical Center Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic announced opening of the Healthy Animal Worker Clinic (HAWC), the first occupational medicine clinic in the US dedicated to the occupational health care of animal workers. Offering environmental and occupational medicine. http://bit.ly/2WIE7XO
Call for article submissions for a special issue of
Biomarkers are defined as measurable biochemical indicators of the presence of disease or as indicators for monitoring probability of its occurrence, development and progression. Biomarkers have been used in oncology, neurology, cardiovascular, inflammatory and respiratory disease, and endocrinopathies. Bridging Biomarkers in a One Health perspective has proven useful in many instances as humans and animals are found to be subject to the same environmental and genetic predisposing factors such as the existence of mutations in the BR-CA1 gene predisposing to breast cancer, both in humans and in dogs. https://bit.ly/2ItSxXZ
Influenza continues to be not only an annual issue, but the lack of preparedness for severe seasons and potentially pandemic strains is also an international issue. WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said “The on-going risk of a new influenza virus transmitting from animals to humans and potentially causing a pandemic is real. The question is not if we will have another pandemic, but when. We must be vigilant and prepared – the cost of a major influenza outbreak will far outweigh the price of prevention.” https://bit.ly/2Hq3itS  
Hosted by the CDC One Health Office, ZOHU Calls are one-hour monthly webinars that provide timely education on zoonotic and infectious diseases, One Health, antimicrobial resistance, food safety, vector-borne diseases, recent outbreaks, and related health threats at the animal-human-environment interface. Continuing Education (CMS, CNE, CEU,CECH,AAVSB/RACE) is available for these calls. https://bit.ly/2KxIWlA

Interview with Dr. Alex Riolexus Ario of The Uganda National Institute of Public Health. Since the launch of the Uganda National One Health Platform on November 3, 2016 (One Health Day) a number of achievements have been realized. https://bit.ly/2PaiA80

New York Times. Student Climate protests around the world, first inspired by a 16-year-old Swedish girl named Greta Thunberg , have spread around the world in recent months. Thousands have marched in Berlin, Brussels, London and other European capitals on Fridays over the last several months. Scroll to the bottom of this news article to read about the Student Climate movement. https://nyti.ms/2uai0x2
One Health and the Human Animal Bond: 
We share our lives and our homes like never before but for many who experience the loss of a beloved animal, the depth of that loss is not recognised as a “real” grief.  https://bit.ly/2UBaBXt
A National Institute of One Health (NIOH), dedicated for inter-disciplinary research and study of diseases humans get from animals, is set to get the official nod from officials providing funding for this institute after pending for more than ten years. It is proposed to be organized in Nagpur, India.   https://bit.ly/2Gdi8Bs
Help us Highlight Publicly Available One Health Educational Resources
To commemorate World TB Day, March 24, 2019, the International Journal of Infectious Diseases released a thematic issue on Tuberculosis containing 15 articles written by a distinguished global authors covering a range of important epidemiological, clinical, management, prevention, research and funding issues.  https://bit.ly/2G3q08A

Recent One Health Program Newsletters
F inalist Images in the 18th ICID “Global Infectious Diseases: Macro to Micro”
Photo Contest
The first One Health expert in Bangladesh is collecting cloacal swabs for poultry enteropathogen detection. This is a great advancement in infectious disease prevention and One Health capacity building. (Photo by Mahfuza Flowra) https://bit.ly/2IhXDqO
The rubber outer gloves, used to care for our patients and protect our colleagues from infection, as they hung drying after one use, waiting for the next. Photo by Trent Herdman https://bit.ly/2UAF2Nc
The recommendations encompass a unified set of principles for all sectors of the pet care community, with an emphasis on those involved in the breeding, rearing, transport and sale of companion animals as well as those who work with products where antibiotics regularly intersect with animals. They provide expert advice on use of antibiotics, sanitation, hygiene, veterinary oversight and zoonotic disease prevention, among others and are another demonstration of the pet care community’s commitment to promoting the health and well-being of animals and humans alike. See the PIJAC webpage on Zoonotic Disease Prevention https://bit.ly/2Ie2qcQ

In Theatres May 10 - Movie: The Biggest Little Farm
Everything has a purpose…..Plants, wildlife, livestock… and people… all working together in perfect harmony with nature. Host a screening at your school or organization. https://bit.ly/2Z8rYgY
Student Section
In case you missed it:
March 2, 2019. Student One Health leaders from around the world shared information about their activities, accomplishments and challenges.
Recording available  http://bit.ly/2TuraUu 
Slides available   http://bit.ly/2F3tbOD
  • Traveling? Check the map for One Health-minded students in the region you will visit for a potential local One Health connection when you get there.
  • Planning a One Health event? Reach out to other student groups to discuss and get ideas.
  • Get updates on ISOHA activities and One Health Happenings around the world.
  • See the Who’s Who in Students for One Health Spreadsheet - Be sure YOUR student group is there
The One Health approach cannot be done with just one field alone; it has to be a united approach of every sector. The IVSA SCOH YouTube channel was created not only to interest those who work in the public health field but also the general public. We hope to create One Health-related videos that are easily understood and educational. https://bit.ly/2v0wd02
One Health 'IN' the News

In 2017, a city in Nebraska experienced an outbreak of Campylobacter jejuni that drove home the realities of One Health, the theory that the health of humans, animals, and the environment are all connected.


One Health Clinic Example:
Wilmington, Delaware, USA. People love their animals and often put them first. When low-income pet owners are empowered to care for animal loved ones, a door opens to their own health care. This One Health clinic allows pet care to serve as a gateway to human health care and provides nursing and veterinarians-in-training to experience this interconnection while working hands-on with people and animals. YouTube video overview .   https://bit.ly/2Ie74HO

Reminder of our urgent One Health need to work together on AMR - New York Times article - Mysterious Infection spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy
The rise of Candida auris embodies a serious and growing public health threat: drug-resistant germs.   https://nyti.ms/2OS8vft
Upcoming Events
April 16-17, 2019
Utrecht, Netherlands. Supported by the European Society for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID), organized by the ESCMID study Group for Veterinary Microbiology (ESGVM). The programme is focusing on zoonotic transfer of AMR and the numerous AMR-related challenges shared by clinicians, clinical microbiologists, infectious disease specialists and researchers working in these sectors. https://bit.ly/2Fp1Is4
May 6-10, 2019  
Veradero, Cuba, 3rd International Seminar on Animal and Plant Health (SISA 2019)
and the 20th Congress of the Latin American Phytopathological Association. The organizers propose a fruitful meeting to discuss the current global challenges to the optimal health of people, animals and the ecosystem with a ONE HEALTH approach. ht tps://bit.ly/2IvsMGQ
May 7, 2019 
2:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time
During this COCA Call, subject matter experts will discuss the epidemiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of three of the most common travel-associated rickettsial diseases—African tick bite fever, Mediterranean spotted fever, and scrub typhus. They will address these diseases in the context of pre-travel and post-travel evaluations. https://bit.ly/2GffPhx
May 13, 2019  
Workshop at the University of North Carolina (UNC) Water Microbiology Conference 2019
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. Hosted by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health and the Global Change Center at Virginia Tech. This workshop will assemble international experts in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to develop and advance a One Health framework towards combating the spread of AMR and protecting human, animal, and environmental health. Sessions include Surveillance, Sources, Disaster Resilience and Sustainability, and Risk. W orkshop Schedule https://unc.live/2S6UgaJ
May 23-24, 2019
London, United Kingdom. This research conference brings together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to share their experiences and research results on all aspects of One Health. The conference has also teamed up with the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology for a Special Journal Issue on One Health . All papers submitted to the conference will be considered for inclusion. https://bit.ly/2E6Xsvj
May 24-25-2019
Baku, Azerbaijan. Hosted by Khazar University, this conference seeks to enhance cooperation and collaboration between health and environmental professionals to promote understanding of the importance of One Health, exchange data and knowledge to recognize and improve human health, animal health, and ecosystem health issues in Azerbaijan and globally. Discussions and presentations will include new One Health Approaches, diseases control and prevention strategies, policies, and One Health capacity building. Abstract deadline April 20.  https://bit.ly/2UW4gl7
June 18-20, 2019
Sydney, Australia. Hosted by multiple Conference Partners. With the 2014 West African Ebola outbreak, the international spread of Zika, the ongoing transmission of antimicrobial resistance, and the ever-present threat of another influenza pandemic, global health security has taken on a new level of importance. This conference will bring together practitioners, researchers, educators, representatives and decision-makers across the fields of public health, medicine, veterinary science, agriculture, government, defense, international relations, sociology and anthropology to examine the progress made to date in strengthening health systems and to identify the gaps and opportunities for enhancing the international community’s ability to respond more efficiently and effectively to future adverse health crises. https://bit.ly/2Ky9rHo
June 22-27, 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina. 38th Annual Symposium of the Society of Toxicologic Pathology
July 10-13, 2019
St Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis, Caribbean. 14th Congress of the Central American and Caribbean Association for Parasitology and Tropical Medicine (ACACPMT) held in both Spanish and English with the focus on advancing human, animal, and environmental health and wellness in Central America and the Caribbean. Abstract deadline, April 15.   https://bit.ly/2Ut62dr
July 24-26, 2019
Kampala, Uganda. This conference offers a unique opportunity for participants to share their expertise, experiences and possible solutions to global health security through the One Health approach.
August 20, 2019 
Ellensburg, Washington, USA. Hosted by the Washington State Department of Health. Mingle with environmental public health professionals and listen to the knowledge they have to share on zoonotic and vector-borne diseases. Includes a poster session for students and colleagues to share their research. Registration opens June 1. Submit abstracts to zd@doh.wa.gov by July 1, 2019. h ttps://bit.ly/2IienhQ
September 6-7, 2019 
Houston, Texas, USA. Hosted by the Harris County Texas Department of Public Health. This conference offers a variety of relevant infectious disease and One Health presentations from field experts. https://bit.ly/2Dg1AIx
September 24-26, 2019  
Quebec City, Canada. 5th International Congress of Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface (ICOPHAI). Organized by The Ohio State University and University de Montreal. https://bit.ly/2Z1IoaG  
October 8-9, 2019
Uppsala, Sweden. About 200 delegates are selected to ensure a broad multi-sectorial and international group who are well acquainted with the challenges and obstacles associated with policy implementation. The Summit gathers representatives from academic research, industry, civil society, politics, healthcare and public sector. Theme this year, ‘Urban Healthy Childhoods’. https://bit.ly/2UhOOPk
October 13-17, 2019
Denver, Colorado, USA. Hosted by the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS), this conference will explore how One Health relates to work in laboratory animal science. Submissions can include diverse topics such as the human-animal bond; disease surveillance, prevention, and response; research (both basic and translational); comparative medicine (the commonality of diseases among people and animals, such as cancer, obesity, and diabetes); disaster preparedness and response; communications and outreach; and much more. https://bit.ly/2EVo5CO
November 20-24, 2019
National Harbor, Maryland, USA. The meeting is designed for researchers, professors, government and public health officials, military personnel, travel clinic physicians, practicing physicians in tropical medicine, students and all health care providers working in the fields of tropical medicine, hygiene and global (one) health.
Abstracts Due April 10.  ht tps://bit.ly/2Aljnfl
November 28 - December 2, 2019
University of Cape Town, South Africa. Hosted by the International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA), WHSS is a multidisciplinary, international gathering of students in an array of health disciplines. Its annual symposium which is based on One Health, features a variety of talks, workshops and events to learn, tackle global health challenges and build international networks. Any healthcare student worldwide can attend, even if not directly a member of one of the Partner Organizations, by just registering as an "Independent" student. Questions  loso@ifmsa.org   https://bit.ly/2ZaqgLW
Coming in 2020
February 20-23, 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Hosted by the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID), the 19th ICID features an expanded range of sessions by bringing the One Health aspect to the world of clinical infectious diseases and microbiology. From antimicrobial resistance, Nipah virus and rabies to the effects of climate change, loss of biodiversity, and political instability on infectious diseases, looking through the One Health lens will provide valuable insights across species and specialties. Abstract submission opens in May 2019.   View Slides from ICID 2018 . https://bit.ly/2VGZJDZ
 PAST EVENTS (You might have missed)
T hese events have passed but we would like for you to be aware of them!
March 20, 2019 Webinar -
Hosted by the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease and Research Policy (CIDRAP) Antimicrobial Stewardship Project (ASP), presentation by Amy Pruden, PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineer at Virginia Tech, on antimicrobial resistance genes in various agricultural manure management systems and uptake by plants. Recording Available https://bit.ly/2VGqaJX
March 27, 2017  
Olathe, Kansas, USA. 1Data, a unique partnership between Kansas State University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, is a platform that provides a clearinghouse for the collection and standardization of multiple datasets of human and animal health research. Other participating organizations include Children's Mercy Hospital, University of Kansas Medical Center, Cerner, Aratana, MRI Global, BioNexus KC, St. Luke's Health System and many others. The platform can be used by researchers, industry, health providers and community organizations to impact the research for drugs and technology to benefit human and animal health. Information debbierk@ksu.edu . https://bit.ly/2Rk58Ct
March 14, 2019 
Beijing, China. Cooperation between countries, between veterinary and human medicine, as well as the environmental sector opens new opportunities for sustainable change. Funded by the Swedish Research Council and the National Natural Science Foundation of China, from 2014 through 2018, leading Chinese and Swedish researchers in human health, animal health and the environment collaborated in a project on antibiotic resistance, called IMPACT. The project investigated interventions that may lead to sustainable behavioural change for the purpose of informing national and international policies. See the Project Summary . https://bit.ly/2UxeDjm
March 13, 2019 Webinar
Webinar and in person, Washington, DC. Hosted by the One Health Academy. Presentation by Dr. Lee Willingham, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Bio .
March 3-7, 2019  
Bangalore, India, 7th Pan Commonwealth Veterinary Association (CVA) Conference at the National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology.  https://bit.ly/2GajGMT
February 26-27, 2019 
Nagpur, India. Hosted by the Nagpur Department of Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology and the Indian Association for Veterinary Public Health Specialists. Dr MD Gupte, founder director of the National Institute of Epidemiology, Chennai, delivered a keynote speech on “One Health – Opportunities and challenges’. https://bit.ly/2UxhQQ5
February 18-19, 2019 
This premiere event launched India’s new One Health Initiative – an inter-sectoral approach to tackling some of the world’s most urgent health threats including Brucellosis, Tuberculosis, Anthrax, Antimicrobial Resistance, brought together thought leaders from India and around the globe, providing a platform to better coordinate activities addressing major human, animal and environmental health challenges.
January 28, 2019  
University Park, Pennsylvania, USA. Peter Hudson, PhD, Biology Professor at Penn State presented emphasizing the importance of education and population control. Dr. Hudson said, “One Health is the idea that the future health of humanity is dependent on the health of the environment and our livestock, and if we can look after those, our health will be assured.... .”  https://bit.ly/2PaXjLd About the lecture . Lecture Summary .  Lecture Recording .
Submit and Review additional opportunities on the Commission's online
PhD opportunity
Denmark, Roskilde University, Department of Social Sciences and Business. Requirement: relevant master’s degree or equivalent within social science in the disciplines of public health, public administration, political science, or environmental and health policy studies. Application deadline 13 May, 2019 . https://bit.ly/2KzXtgI
May 1-31, 2019 Online Certificate Program 
Offered by U Southern California Institute on Inequalities in Global Health. The only university-level certificate course of its kind, this program explores how drones and Artificial Intelligence are being used in global health for disease prevention and response. Provides an introduction to government agencies, non-government organizations, and companies interested in utilizing drones to improve their operations. Register by April 25, 2019. https://bit.ly/2VJil0C
May 2, 2019 US CDC Free Webinar
2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, CDC's Clinician Outreach and Communications Activity (COCA) Call. Free but you must register. https://bit.ly/2GffPhx
May 13-15, 2019 Short Course
Florence, Italy. Hosted by the European Society of Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ESCMID). https://bit.ly/2P7jXEc
May 13-31, 2019
Texas A&M University, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and the University of Texas Medical Branch Collaborating Center for Global Health are offering a 3-week One Health course on field experience and outbreak investigation in Texas. Contact casatter@utmb.edu  
May 20-24-2019 
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA at NC State University, sponsored by the Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine ( TriCEM ) .  Evolution is largely absent from medical and public health training, yet is vital to tackling our most urgent health challenges, including emerging infectious diseases, the evolution of microbial resistance, increasing prevalence of autoimmune diseases, the obesity epidemic, threats to food safety, neurodegenerative disease, and cancer. Questions grace.farley@duke.edu or clnunn@duke.edu.  https://bit.ly/2Xb46rc
July 11-12, 2019  
Labuan Bajo and Komodo islands, Indonesia. One Health Collaborating Center Gadja Mada University (UGM). For all undergraduates and graduates from all over the world, veterinary sciences, animal sciences, forestry, biology, agriculture, aquaculture, and any related subjects. Must be English proficient. One student will be selected for a scholarship. Registration deadline May 25, 2019 11:59 p.m Jakarta Time, Indonesia. Contact onehealth.wg@ugm.ac.id http://bit.ly/SCkomodo
July 15 -18, 2019 
Arlington, Virginia, USA, George Mason University. This three-day, non-credit summer workshop introduces participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of national security, public health, and the life sciences.  h ttps://bit.ly/2XQ1v79
August 23-25, 2019
Saskatoon, Canada. Registration for the 2019 One Health Leadership Experience will open in June 2019. Questions? Please email ohle.info@usask.ca https://bit.ly/2TKV0A6
Orient Point, New York, USA. This position with The McConnell Group and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) supports the DHS Research and Development Program vaccine studies by caring for large animals in accordance with established procedures. More information     Deadline May 1, 2019. https://bit.ly/2Za74xN
A postgraduate research opportunity is available in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Water’s (OW) Office of Science and Technology (EPA-OW-OST). The selected applicant will be in OST’s Immediate (Front) Office with both the Resource Management and Information Staff and the Water Technology and Innovation team. Deadline April 17, 2019. https://bit.ly/2v1wYGa
A fellowship opportunity is currently available with the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) in the Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity (DNPAO), Obesity Prevention and Control Branch (OPCB) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia.
Deadline April 23, 2019 https://bit.ly/2v54A5X
A postgraduate research opportunity is available at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) in Washington, D.C. This research opportunity is with the Climate Change Division (CCD). Deadline April 30, 2019.   https://bit.ly/2UxEKqo
El Paso County, Colorado Springs, CO. The Environmental Health Services Division Director leads and manages the ongoing development and implementation of environmental health services with integrity, professionalism, positivity, dedication, and compassion. Stays current with emerging public health issues, environmental impacts, and evidence-based, best practices to address issues. Deadline June 16, 2019. https://bit.ly/2IijmPG
IHRC, Inc. provides scientific, information management, management consulting, bioinformatics, and administrative program support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other Federal and private sector clients. The successful candidate will be a full-time employee of IHRC, Inc. and will be assigned to the Meningitis and Vaccine Preventable Diseases Branch (MVPDB), Division of Bacterial Diseases (DBD), National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), at the CDC. Deadline 6/19/19. https://bit.ly/2Gej8oZ
The Center for Construction Research and Training is seeking a full time research analyst. Duties include but are not limited to: Analyzing large national datasets, summarizing statistical results, preparing presentations and other graphical representations, drafting reports, briefs, and articles for publication and dissemination. Deadline 6/20/19. https://bit.ly/2XbppZI
A research opportunity is available at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL), Environmental Public Health Division (EPHD) located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Deadline June 14, 2019 . https://bit.ly/2VOmVQN
Several postdoc positions are available at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Deadlines vary. https://bit.ly/2X8prRR
Deadline to apply for a Scholarship to attend the Uppsala Health Summit 2019 (held October 8-9, 2019 in Uppsala, Sweden) is April 24, 2019 . https://bit.ly/2UTTFdR
The Global Infectious Disease (GID) program addresses research training needs related to infectious diseases that are predominantly endemic in or impact upon people living in developing countries. Application deadline: July 25, 2019. https://bit.ly/2Ugovcj
The Chronic, Noncommunicable Diseases and Disorders Across the Lifespan: Fogarty International Research Training Award program supports collaborative research training between institutions in the U.S. and low-and middle-income countries (LMICs), defined by the World Bank classification system . This institutional research training program aims to sustainably strengthen the research capacity of the LMIC institutions, and to train in-country experts to conduct research on chronic, noncommunicable diseases and disorders, with the ultimate goal of implementing evidence-based interventions relevant to their countries.
Application deadline: November 12, 2019.   https://bit.ly/2GkNGqH
This joint National Institutes of Health (NIH) - National Science Foundation (NSF) initiative supports efforts to understand the underlying ecological and biological mechanisms that govern relationships between human-induced environmental changes and the emergence and transmission of infectious diseases.
 Application deadline: November 20, 2019. h ttps://bit.ly/2DaV9Xi
Don’t forget!!  
You can post your One Health-related Opportunities yourself directly to the Commission’s online One Health Opportunities Bulletin Board.

Spread the word. Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can directly post and view One Health Opportunities, from summer programs to educational, job and funding opportunities.   http://bit.ly/2kdZmiN 
See additional publications in the Commission's online One Health Library. (http://bit.ly/2sgltJd)
Send information about your recent One Health publications to cstroud@onehealthcommission.org
Popular Media / Trade Magazines
By Vincent Martin , FAO Representative China and DPR Korea at UNFAO, Published on LinkedIn, March 23, 2019.
Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s One Health Newsletter explores the introduction of the U.S. Senate Bill 2615, Advancing Emergency Preparedness through One Health Act of 2018 . Since March 2018, it has prompted questions about the salience of One Health as a policy issue. https://bit.ly/2EEPNTX
Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s One Health Newsletter explains the legislative process, in a clear, step by step format, in an effort to move forward One Health policy ideas. 
Journal Articles/Reports

B ehravesh CV, Sinclair J, Scientific and Technical Review, Vol. 38(1), June 2019

Rüegg SR , Nielsen LR , et al., Front. Vet. Sci., 09 March 2018, https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2018.00023

Dyar OJ, Yin J, Ding L, et al., Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Volume 73, Issue 10, October 2018, Pages 2893–2899, https://doi.org/10.1093/jac/dky240  

Sun Q, Wang Y, et al., 2018 Jan 21;8(1):e017832. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017832

Spencer J, McRobie E, et al., BMJ Glob Health. 2019; 4(1): e001102. Published online 2019 Feb 8. doi: 10.1136/bmjgh-2018-001102

von Fricken ME, Rolomjav L, et al., Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Disease, Published Online Ahead of Print:5 Mar 2019, https://doi.org/10.1089/vbz.2018.2421

Gray G, Thakur S, The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 100(2), January 2019, DOI:10.4269/ajtmh.18-0973

Shrestha K, Acharya KP, Shrestha S, Int J One Health 2018;4:8-14, doi:10.14202/IJOH.2018.8-14

Kardjadj M, Ben-Mahdi MH, New Microbes New Infect . 2019;28:17-20. Published 2019 Jan 18. doi:10.1016/j.nmni.2019.01.001

Yasobant S, Bruchhausen W, Saxena D, Falkenberg T, Health Res Policy Syst. 2018;16(1):124. Published 2018 Dec 19. doi:10.1186/s12961-018-0398-6

Breitschwerdt EB, et al. Journal of Central Nervous System Disease, Jan. 2019, doi:10.1177/1179573519832014
Press Release about this paper: http://bit.ly/2FkbQRo

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) released their report emphasizing the importance of biodiversity for food security, sustainable development, and ecosystem services.

This report by PAHO and WHO provides resources necessary to address the effects of climate change on health and outlines the overall structure and actions that should guide the work at national and regional levels. Read here.

Capua I, Cattoli G, Editorial, Viruses 2018,10, 725; doi:10.3390/vl0120725

Lebov J, Grieger K, Womack D, Zaccaro D, Whitehead N, Kowalcyk B, MacDonald PDM,
One Health. 2017 Mar 24;3:44-50. eCollection 2017 Jun, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.onehlt.2017.03.004 .

Radeski M, O'Shea H, De Meneghi D, Ilieski V. Front Vet Sci. 2017; 4:238. Epub 2018 Jan 10. doi: 10.3389/fvets.2017.00238.

Wendt A, Kreienbrock L, Campe A, Zoonoses Public Health, 2015 Feb;62(1):61-74. doi: 10.1111/zph.12120. Epub 2014 Apr 9.
Humanitarian practitioners identify trust as one of the most important factors in launching timely and effective emergency responses. The Toolkit can be used throughout the cycle of an emergency response and features a Trust Index―to assess and measure trust within diverse teams―and 10 trust-building tools that can be selected based on what the identified team needs to repair. By Emergency Capacity Building Project.  https://amzn.to/2UyQeu0
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