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One Health logo with pictures of animals
The One Health concept arose from the realization that human health and animal health are inextricably linked and that a holistic approach is needed to understand, to protect, and to promote the health of all species. Whether it is emerging infections diseases, antibiotic resistance, globalization, natural disasters, or climate  change, human and veterinary medical communities must work together to successfully combat the serious health threats of the 21st century. One Health seeks to improve communication and encourage collaboration between veterinarians, physicians, environmental scientists and public health professionals to find multidisciplinary solutions to these shared challenges. This newsletter was created to lend support to the One Health Initiative and is dedicated to enhancing the integration of animal, human, and environmental health for the benefit of all by demonstrating One Health in practice.

Volume 3

Current Issue - Fall

In this issue:
  • An Innovative Approach to Graduate Public Health Education
  • The One Health Initiative through a 50-Year Lens
  • Why the environment and environmental change matter to One Health
  • One Health or ...some health?
  • Eco-epidemiology and control of Chagas disease in northern Argentina
  • One Health in South Asia, April 2010
  • Composting of animal carcasses
  • A study to map and measure disparities in welfare for cats across neighborhoods in Boston
  • FAO in One Health: Business Unusual
  • North Carolina Stakeholders Form the One Health Collaborative
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Summer Issue

In this issue:
  • An Ecological Epidemiology Approach
  • Hendra Virus
  • Malaria risk in Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake
  • Biomedical Informatics: Bridging the Gap between Science and Medicine
  • Human Brucellosis in Florida
  • Integrating a One Health Approach in Education
  • My Future Veterinary Career in Human Health
  • New One Health Course
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Spring Issue

In this issue:
  • Intrusions and Infectious Disease Emergence
  • One Health and Wildlife
  • A Field based approach to Bovine TB in England
  • Bovine Tuberculosis in North American Wildlife: A Continued Risk
  • The Zoonoses Integration Project
  • Wildlife Health is "One Health" and more
  • One Health: People and Wildlife Share the Need for a Clean Environment
  • Cancer in wildlife, normally rare, can signal toxic dangers
  • Mad Mules
  • "One Health" for Illinois
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Winter Issue

In this issue:
  • One Health - At the Crossroads
  • Concurrent Development of Novel West Nile Vaccines for Humans and Equids
  • One World, One Health - An Utopian Dream or a Reality?
  • ProMED-mail and One Health
  • A grant opportunity for charities
  • Tuberculosis: a re-emerging disease in animals and humans
  • The Big Fix
  • Tufts One Health Obesity Awareness Fair
  • Yale Medical School One Health Elective
  • H1N1Veterinary and Agricultural Liaison
  • USDA and the One Health Initiative
  • Influenza Viruses Continue to Surprise Scientists
  • 2009 H1N1 in Companion Animals
  • One Health Publications
  • Coming Events

Previous Volumes

One Health Resources

One Health Initiative: http://www.onehealthinitiative.com
One Health Commission: http://www.onehealthcommission.org/
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Confronting Infectious Diseases in an Interconnected World: People, Animals, and the Environment: http://www.cdc.gov/nczved/framework/

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