November 3, 2020

One Health Happenings
Happy One Health Day 2020!!!!
Congratulations and Thank You!!!! 

Even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, creative One Health Day 2020 events are happening around the world. Don't forget to register how you are leading the way for One Health in your region to get a pin on the map and show the world just 'where' One Health is being embraced and implemented. 

COVID-19 and One Health News
Beginning June 2020 OHSAC was founded by the Student One Health Innovation Clubs (SOHICs) of Mbarara University of Science and Technology and Makerere University with a major objective of engaging students in the fight against COVID-19 while embracing a One Health approach in all our work. We believe that multidisciplinary teams work best, hence our leadership committee is composed of students coming from different academic backgrounds and institutions.

This study reviews the diversity and natural host range of β-CoVs in bats and examines the risk of humans inadvertently infecting free-ranging bats with SARS-CoV-2.
This work makes an assessment of wildlife susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 by analyzing the similarities of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme 2 (ACE2) and Transmembrane Protease, Serine 2 (TMPRSS2) —both recognized as receptors and protease for coronavirus spike protein— and the genetic variation of the viral protein spike in the recognition sites. doi: 10.1016/j.pecon.2020.09.008

The Covid-19 pandemic must serve as a wake-up call, as the global and national preparedness and response to the Covid-19 pandemic has been inadequate.

This commentary discusses the contributions that One Health (OH) principles can make in improving the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For management of pandemics a One Health approach can be efficient and cost-effective. 
Webinars / Podcasts / Events about the Pandemic
Virtual National Academy of Medicine's 2020 Annual Meeting scientific symposium, Online
from Washington, D.C. Keynote addresses provided by Bill Gates, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Sir Andrew Haines. Session Topics: 
  • The state of the COVID-19 pandemic: Virus emergence, the impact of the pandemic, & US and global preparedness and response
  • Climate change and human health: Navigating environmental, societal, and individual impacts
  • President’s Forum: Responding to global crises: Future directions in science and policymaking to address complex threats to society
Recording available
Panel discussion hosted by the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID). 
On the night of December 30, 2019, ISID’s Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases (ProMED) Deputy Editor, Dr. Marjorie Pollack posted a request for information to the ProMED network after being contacted by a trusted colleague about a cluster of undiagnosed pneumonia cases in Wuhan, China. Through her previous experience with SARS decades earlier, she knew this new threat must be taken seriously. Luckily she sounded the alarm, and in doing so was the first to provide a detailed report alerting the international infectious diseases community to what evolved into the global COVID-19 pandemic. Speakers: Dr. Marjorie Pollack, USA. ProMED Deputy Editor and Epidemiology & Surveillance Moderator, Dr. Uzma Aamir, Pakistan, ProMED South Asia (SoAs) Network and Viral Diseases Moderator, Dr. Therese Umuhoza, Kenya, ProMED Francophone Africa (FRA) and Anglophone Africa (EAFR) Moderator. Recording Available. 
October 27, 2020 Webinar
Online presentation by Dr. Jessica Petrillo hosted by the One Health Academy of Washington, D.C. with webinar platform provided by the One Health Commission. Recording available; click ‘Register’ to start the recording.

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October 26, 2020
Developed through an interactive, consultative process with African Union (AU) Member States, experts in One Health and zoonotic diseases, international organiza-tions and other Africa CDC partners. An initial Technical Working Group (TWG) was convened by the Africa CDC to develop initial draft and revisions. The TWG included experts from Africa CDC, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), Chatham House and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The TWG reviewed published One Health plans and reports developed by Member States and synthesized common themes, as well as referencing available One Health global guidance. See also:
September 30, 2020
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched Strategies to Prevent Spillover (STOP Spillover), a five-year, $100 million project to anticipate and address threats posed by the emerging zoonotic diseases that pose the greatest risk of jumping from animals to humans. STOP Spillover will play a significant role in the implementation of the U.S. Government's Global Health Security Strategy, including support for the Global Health Security Agenda (link is external). Tufts University will implement STOP Spillover with a consortium of wildlife and human-disease experts. See more background.
A Rocofilms Documentary about Partners in Health  
Is it possible to fight infectious disease like COVID-19 – and create a more just world in the process? View the Trailer. Full documentary available on Netflix.
Hosted by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). This training was designed to strengthen the global health community’s understanding of how to effectively communicate complex ideas to the general public. Speakers examined the core elements of what outside audiences need to understand as well as how to craft appealing messages. Specific venues for communicating your messages, such as letters to the editor, social media, traditional media, with legislators and more were discussed. Recording available.

Launched by the (One Health)  Tripartite – a joint effort by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the World Health Organization (WHO), the AMR Multi-Partner Trust Fund is being supported by an initial contribution of $5 million from the Government of the Netherlands. The AMR Trust Fund has a five-year scope, through 2024, and aims to scale up efforts to support countries to counter the immediate threat of AMR, arguably the most complex threat to global health.
Did You Know About?
OneWaterOneHealth (OWOH) is a nonprofit project of the Arizona State University Foundation, housed at the Biodesign Institute. We officially began our journey when we were awarded the JM Kaplan Fund’s Innovation Prize in 2019, emphasizing environmental justice. We analyze wastewater as a diagnostic matrix to understand the health of populations, particularly in marginalized or underserved communities, as well as the environment that surrounds them. This methodology is termed Wastewater-based Epidemiology (WBE).
FAO’s CBL hosts the ‘One Water, One Health’ Initiative - The Environmental Surveillance of Agricultural Water using Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) and its Impact on Food Safety. This initiative addresses an integral concept of water as reflected in Sustainable Development Goal 6 - Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. This includes access to safe, reliable and sustainable water (including irrigation water) and water used in food production and processing , adequate water management practices (including re-use), water efficiency and the protection of essential services by aquatic ecosystems, under the umbrella of integrated water resources management.  Watch recorded seminar "Lessons from COVID-19 for One Water One Health"

One Health Water is a project taking a One Health approach to understanding disease transmission from livestock to people via water addressing the potential drinking-water contamination risks to human health in rural sub-Saharan Africa, where people and livestock often live in close proximity. Our researchers are working with colleagues from the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), University of Southampton and VIRED International and are supported by the UK Government’s Global Challenges Research Fund.

Student News
The International Student One Health Alliance (ISOHA) is planning three webinars for One Health Day 2020. The goal is to remind students worldwide that One Health is truly all-encompassing by hosting speakers on overlooked One Health topics in addition to frequently discussed One Health topics. We also hope that by incorporating new voices into our discussion we will expand knowledge of the term "One Health" into domains where it may be practiced but not named. See registration links below next to each date and time. Registration pages will show time of the event in your time zone. Please note Daylight Savings in the US ended November 1st:
November 3, 8 PM Central Time US:
  • Dr. Jane Parmley, University of Guelph - Antimicrobial Resistance 
  • Cody Spencer, Roam Ranch - Regenerative Agriculture 
November 5, 7 PM Central Time US:
  • Dr. Deborah Thomson, - Education and Policy 
  • Ian Mujjabi, - Economics 
November 8, 7 AM Central Time US:
  • Neil Vezeau, ISOHA Trustee - Student Advocacy for One Health 
  • Bailey Archey, ISOHA VP of Education - Student Advocacy for One Health
A monthly One Health article is posted on the ISOHA One Health Community Facebook group and discussion about the article is opened on that page. Join the group and see this month's article in our Journal Club Facebook Social Learning Unit at ......
 "A comparison of three holistic approaches to health: One Health, EcoHealth and Planetary Health" by Henrik Lerner and Charlotte Berg. You can find the link to the paper in our Facebook post.

If you don’t have time to fully read the featured paper, ISOHA Education Committee Journal Editors Michelle Mayuba and Sydney Pearce have summarized the key points of the paper in the video available in the social learning unit.

Students, please check out the social learning unit, posts for questions about the paper and share your valuable insight on the topic of holistic approaches to health by replying to each comment question in the appropriate thread! We hope that many of you will participate in this new journal club format.
New ISOHA Trustees and Committee Members Announced for 2020-2021

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________________________________________________ (, in partnership with the ISOHA, invites interested students (18 + Years, in any degree program/field) to apply for positions as student Lesson Leaders to teach virtual COVID-19 and One Health lessons. is a platform that aims for every child on the planet to understand and care about One Health. It works mainly with primary/secondary school children to help them understand the connections between the health of people, animals, and the environment.

This application for Lesson Leaders will be open until further notice. You may apply at any time. Lesson Leaders will be selected at the beginning of each month. Please carefully read the program requirements before applying. 
The Fulbright Canada Post-COVID Challenge is an open call for youth from across Canada and the United States to provide creative ideas that aim to address critical social, economic, technological, and public health challenges in the post-COVID world. Ideas are sought in the following areas: Enhance Public Health and Well-Being, Contribute to Digital Transformation, and Strengthen Social Cohesion and Economic Recovery. Individuals or teams of young people who are the age of majority and reside in the U.S. or Canada are eligible to participate. The winning team will receive a $25,000 prize and the second and third place winners will each receive $10,000. The three winning teams will also receive an all-expense-paid trip to the Fulbright Canada Post-COVID Challenge Innovation Summit. Application deadline November 30, 2020.
Neglected One Health Issues

“Conserving and restoring ecosystems can prevent further degradation and will abate the conditions of the emergence of other infectious diseases,” said Elizabeth Mrema, executive secretary of the U.N. Convention on Biodiversity. “The One Health approach will not only promote sustainable health and just recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, but it will also serve broader health objectives beyond the absence of diseases. It will equally strengthen the resilience of social, ecological and economic ecosystems.”
Funds raised through the Purple Lease Project will go toward transforming shelters into pet-friendly spaces, allowing humans and animals to heal together, the company says. This is particularly important amidst the pandemic, as this period has seen an increase in domestic abuse incidents. “The bond we share with our pets is unbreakable, but for women and men suffering from domestic violence, abusers will often use pets to threaten and manipulate their victims,” says Purina’s president, Nina Leigh Krueger. “That’s why it’s critical to pave a way for survivors to leave abuse with their pets in tow, to protect the bond they share and begin the healing process together.”
The identification of M. bovis in free-ranging giraffe in South Africa highlights the ongoing spread of bovine TB between species and the need for regular wildlife disease surveillance for the timely identification of new pathogens or strains in landscapes of high conservation value.

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The author discusses recent research on BTB and African wildlife, and suggests warthogs might serve as useful disease sentinels.

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Upcoming Events
Webinar Series
Hosted by Oregon State University.
What can ecology, evolution and conservation biology contribute to understanding global pandemics?
November 2-4, 2020 
Virtual Conference
NIAA continues its tradition of convening animal health, human health and environmental health leaders who are dedicated to One Health. The latest research and advancements in responsible antibiotic use and practices to combat antimicrobial resistance will be discussed. See the full agenda. Register for the Symposium at
November 5-7, 2020
Virtual Conference
Hosted by the Ohio State University Global One Health Initiative (GOHI). This biennial conference brings global stakeholders (campus, local, state, national and international) together to discuss priority global health capacity needs, recent events and progress towards sustained prevention and control. View the Program.
See also the GOHI Webinar Series 2020
Hosted by The Ohio State University Global One Health Initiative (GOHI).
November 19, 2020
Parasitology and Vector-borne Disease
8:30 - 10:00 am Eastern
Speakers / Panelists:
  • David Bruce Conn, PhD, MS, Berry College, USA
  • Marcelo Labruna, DVM, PhD, University of São Paulo, Brazil
  • Moderator: Rafael Vieira, DVM, MSc, PhD, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil
Free but you must Register:  
Password: 471150.

December 17, 2020
Pharmacology and One Health
8:30 - 10:00 am Eastern
Speakers / Panelists:
  • Shridhar Narayanan, PhD, Foundation for Neglected Disease Research, India
  • Ermias Addo, MSc, PhD Candidate, The Ohio State University, United States 
  • Moderator: Mark Mitton-Fry, PhD, The Ohio State University, United States
Free but you must Register:
November 6, 13, and 20, 2020
Each of these three webinars will be held 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Mountain Time
  • November 6 - USDA Cattle Fever Tick Eradication Program; Utah Rabies and PEP (post exposure prophylaxis)
  • November 13 - One Health approach to Covid-19 outbreak in humans and mink on Utah mink farms, CDC, UDOH
  • November 20 - The Importance of Bees; Update on zoonotic New World Screwworm (Cochliomyia hominivorax)
November 9-13, 2020
Virtual 3rd Annual Cornerstone Event
Hosted by the University of Maryland (UMD) College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Dr. Cheryl Stroud, Executive Director, One Health Commission will offer the keynote on November 9, 10 am Eastern, supplemented by other speakers, presenters and contributors across UMD and other prominent institutions. This year's event focus is incredibly timely given the global pandemic, with topics ranging from mental health, to zoonotic diseases, to water quality, and more.  Agenda. Preview Video. Free and open to the public but you must Register to attend. Free and open to the public. 
November 10, 2020

One Health Social Sciences (OHSS) Initiative Webinar
11 AM– 12:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
Hosted by the One Health Commission's OHSS intiative. Speaker, Sabrina Sholts, PhD, Biological Anthropologist, Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, Curator of the OUTBREAK Exhibit, Washington, D.C. Free but you must Register to receive your unique login information.
November 17-18, 2020
Virtual Conference
Hosted by the German Federal Foreign Office (FFO) in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). Building on the Berlin Principles on One Health which were launched at the 2019 One Planet, One Health, One Future Conference, this year’s conference will identify how to move forward after the pandemic elaborating on what One Health looks like in practice and how to operationalize it while working to prevent future zoonotic pandemics. Realities and experiences on the ground in Africa, Asia, and Latin America will be discussed. Includes five sessions over two days.  RSVP until November 15 to receive an access code for the session(s) that you would like to attend. More information:
June 9-11, 2021 

Save the Date!!! Hybrid event both online and in person in Copenhagen.

Recent PAST EVENTS (You might have missed)
These events have passed but we would like for the world to be aware of them!
Culminating this year on One Health Day, the 6th World One Health Congress is the largest One Health event of the year, where experts and researchers from around the world present their latest scientific research. Organized this year by the One Health Platform, the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Infectious Diseases, South African Center for Infectious Disease Surveillance, and Africa CDC. One Health Day 2019 Student Event Awardees will be recognized in the closing ceremony. Register to attend today, the last day.
October 28-29, 2020
Hosted by the Global Landscape Forum (GLF), 6 plenaries, 23 sessions, 200+ speakers. With global health, biodiversity and climate crises creating a world of unknowns, we still have the power to restore the Earth, especially in the run-up to the UN Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework and the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021–2030. Discussions informed the global conversation on how to protect and sustainably use the variety of life forms on the planet —from seeds to sea turtles. Top scientists, policymakers, indigenous groups and private sector representatives shared how leading organizations are uniting to transform the relationship between humans and the rest of the natural world.
October 28 and 29, 2020
'Strengthening the Catalytic Role of Universities in Building a One Health Workforce'. In-person and online celebration. The world needs a One Health Workforce!
One Health Central and East Africa (OHCEA), a coalition of Universities inspired since 2009 by the USAID Emerging Pandemic Threats Program and working together to implement and institutionalize One Health in their regions, has evolved to AFROHUN, the Africa One Health University Network. Accomplishments of participating Universities in Kenya, Cameroon, Ethiopia, here highlighted on Day 1 and from Rwanda, DRC, Tanzania, Uganda and Senegal on Day 2. See launch overview report - Welcome to AFROHUN. 
October 27, 2020 Webinar
Panel Discussions
Side meeting of the 6th Annual Global Health Security Ministerial Meeting being hosted November 18-20, 2020 by the United States Department of Agriculture. Two consecutive panels explored how and why to teach students about One Health and how to incorporate One Health across government agencies. Recording Available To access it you must register to access the GHSA Ministerial meeting site and sign up for one side event; then you can see the full list of all upcoming and past side events with the recordings posted here:
October 27, 2020 CE Webinar
Hosted by Zoetis PetCare to explore the increase in tick-borne diseases, new diagnostics, what to do with positive tests and prevention strategies for your clients. The Companion Animal Parasite Council will share new parasite data and tools including localized infection rates, disease prevalence and how to use this information to educate pet owners and protect both owners and pets. Recording Available. Click Register to start the recording. 2 hours of RACE Veterinary Continuing Education provided.
Public health agencies are working to respond to the health effects of climate change. CDC’s Climate and Health Webinars present public health accomplishments, challenges and promising opportunities around climate change and public health policy and practice. The webinars will highlight the pressing need for greater scientific and civic engagement to protect public health from a changing climate. They will also provide guidance for analytic and programmatic activities aimed at reducing the health consequences of climate change and developing public health adaptation strategies.
October 21, 2020 Webinar
NIEHS Global Environmental Health Program hosts the sixth seminar in their series on Climate, Environment, and Health. This seminar, entitled “Climate Change and its Impacts on Children and Youth,” explores how climate change affects the health of children and future generations in unique ways. Find other seminars in this series and this seminar recording archived at this link.
October 15, 2020
Earth Charter International hosted this engaging conversation about the need to shift humanity away from the current civilization and into a new kind of collaboration. Find this and other webinars archived at  
October 15, 2020
Hosted by The Ohio State University Global One Health Initiative. Speakers / Topics:
  • "Exploitation of translational bioinformatics in animal health" by George Obiero, PhD and Lunayo Accadius from the University of Nairobi, Kenya
  • "Understanding the origins of and countermeasures to SARS-CoV-2 and other human Coronaviruses" by Daniel Janies, PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Moderated by Zelelam Mekuria, DVM, PhD. Recording Available.
October 13, 2020
Hosted by the London International Development Center (LIDC) with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) welcoming new MSc in One Health graduate students. Speakers Dr. George Leuddeke, Dr Praise Adeyem, and Dr Naomi Bull led a conversation on issues around public health, veterinary sciences, social and environmental sciences, ecology and wildlife health. Moderated by Dr. Sian Clarke of LSHTM. Recording Available. 
October 8, 2020 Webinar  
One Health Reconnecting for Our Future Webinar Series. Hosted by the Lancet One Health Commission, panelists representing educational institutions and university networks reflected and shared their ideas for the future of One Health. Recording Available. 
October 5-7, 2020
Empowering Communities to Live in Harmony with Nature Through One Health Lessons and Leadership
Community One Health Teach-Up
Naalya Village, Wakiso District, in Uganda. Hosted by the Rural Water Initiative for Climate Action Uganda (RWICA) in partnership with and the One Health Commission. Following careful COVID-19 precautions, this event targeted youth and community leaders taking them through a training and mentorship program covering initial topics of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The aim was to create mindset transformation among youth and community at large to conserve nature, create awareness about One Health and its role in preventing Covid19 and future pandemics through purposeful training and mentoring. Information contact:
October 7, 2020 Webinar
Hosted by the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association. Speaker Len Marcus, VMD, MD, DACVP, one of the rare health professionals with both veterinary and human medicine training, discussed the impact of COVID19 and current environmental issues on the veterinary profession, especially at the practice level. Recording available.
October 7, 2020 Webinar 
Ecotoxicologist Karen Kidd, PhD discussed One Health Connection Between Human Drugs and Fish Health. Part of One Health lecture series hosted by the University of Guelph.
October 2-4, 2020 Virtual Conference
Hosted by the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI)
Mission of ISEAI: Restoring health to individuals with environmentally acquired illnesses through clinical practice, education, and research. Vision of ISEAI: A community of professionals collaborating to prevent and treat environmentally acquired illness (EAI) as a foundation of medical care.

September 2, 2020 Webinar

Hosted by Indonesia One Health University Network (IDOHUN) from Jakarta. 

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Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can directly post and view One Health Opportunities, from summer programs to educational, job and funding opportunities.
Courses and Summer Programs
Free 8-week online course
Hosted by the University of Alaska Fairbanks, this course introduces the One Health paradigm with special emphasis on its application in the Circumpolar North. The Arctic is experiencing environmental, social, and economic changes that pose great challenges and simultaneously, great opportunities to operationalize paradigm shifts. Addressing these issues effectively requires integrating knowledge across disciplines and cultures and recognizing the interdependence of human, animal, and environmental health. This concept of One Health has always been central to the Indigenous worldview. It connects knowledge from natural and social sciences with traditional ways of knowing. Self paced course. Participate any time between Oct 2020 and May 2021. Certification available if desired. More information HERE.

Center for One Health, University of Global Health Equity (UGHE), Butaro, Rwanda. 

UMass Boston is currently hiring a tenure-track Assistant Professor for their biology department. Interested applicants should have a background in evolutionary ecology, epidemiology, and emerging diseases. 

The University of Colorado School of Public Health is currently hiring a Post-Doctoral Fellow with experience in epidemiology, ecology, biostatistics, and genomics. This position involves studying neglected tropical diseases, under the broader category of climate-health effects.

November 1, 2020
Following Lord Soulsby’s death in 2017, it is the intention of the Trustees of the Soulsby Foundation to identify suitable candidates for Soulsby Fellowships who will use of their experience to promote and advance the principles of “One Health” internationally. See Criteria to apply. Deadline January 31, 2021.

Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) 2021 Request for Proposals
HABRI is calling for research proposals to investigate the health outcomes of pet ownership and/or animal-assisted activity or therapy, both for the people and the animals involved. February 11, 2021 submission deadline. More information: 
Journal Articles / Reports

The Berlin principles on one health – Bridging global health and conservation, Science of the Total Environment, Gruetzmacher K, Karesh WB, Amuasi JH, Arshad A, Farlow A, Gabrysch S, et. al., October 2020,

Krecek RC, Rabinowitz PM, Conrad PA, Veterinary Parasitology, Volume 287, November 2020,

Brown HL, Passey JL, Getino M, Pursley I ​, Basu P, Horton DL​, La Ragione RM,
Journal of Medical Microbiology, 07 July 2020.

Harrison, S., Baker, M.G., Benschop, J. et al. One Health Outlook 2, 4 (2020).

Dobson AP, Pimm SL, Hannah L, et. al., Science 24 Jul 2020 : Vol. 369, Issue 6502, pp. 379-381, DOI: 10.1126/science.abc3189

Bombaywala, S., Dafale, N.A., Jha, V. et al. Environ Sci Pollut Res (2020).

John S Mackenzie, Martyn Jeggo, Trop Med Infect Dis. 2019 Jun; 4(2): 88. Published online 2019 May 31. doi: 10.3390/tropicalmed4020088

Aguirre, A.A., Longcore, T., Barbieri, M. et al. Control, and Prevention Strategies. EcoHealth 16, 378–390 (2019).

O'Brien E, Xagoraraki I. One Health. 2019;7:100094. Published 2019 Apr 20. doi:10.1016/j.onehlt.2019.100094
New Book

By David Attenborough
As a young man, I felt I was out there in the wild, experiencing the untouched natural world - but it was an illusion. The tragedy of our time has been happening all around us, barely noticeable from day to day - the loss of our planet's wild places, its biodiversity. I have been witness to this decline. A Life on Our Planet is my witness statement, and my vision for the future. It is the story of how we came to make this, our greatest mistake - and how, if we act now, we can yet put it right. We have one final chance to create the perfect home for ourselves and restore the wonderful world we inherited.' All we need is the will to do so.'

Copper Jack J, Gonet J, Mease A, Nowak Science 25 Sep 2020, Vol. 369, Issue 6511, pp. 1576, DOI: 10.1126/science.abe2401
PHA is excited to share some notable developments in planetary health, along with opportunities to intersect with the broader planetary health community through conferences, workshops, courses, fellowships, surveys and more!

From the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Center for One Health Research, answering the question 'What is One Health?'

Never has resilience on a global scale been more necessary for human survival—just what the doctor ordered. In this talk, Sharon L. Deem, DVM, PhD, Dipl ACZM, current Director of the Saint Louis Zoo Institute for Conservation Medicine (ICM), will offer the opportunities this pandemic gives us and how a One Health approach will allow us to contend with the triple threats of emerging infectious diseases, climate change, and the loss of biodiversity (wildlife species and wildlands).

Interview with Dr. Michael Lappin
Steve Dale’s Pet World national (US) radio show.
Talk show host Steve Dale speaks with Dr. Michael Lappin, a One Health guru and Professor of Internal Medicine at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine.https://tinyurl.comy25k35ar
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