What’s New

2022

December 12, 2022 – Climate and Health Strategic Framework | Climate and Health | CDC

December 8, 2022 – One health zoonotic disease prioritization and systems mapping: An integration of two One Health tools

November 29, 2022 – Investigating Salmonella and Wild Songbirds: A One Health Approach

November 15, 2022 – Podcast: The Intersection of Humans, Plants, Animals, and Disease With Captain Casey Barton Behravesh

November 14, 2022 – Zoonotic Diseases In Animal Agriculture and Beyond: A One Health Perspective

November 7, 2022 – One Health theory of change (who.int)

November 3, 2022 – U.S. Approaches Record Number of Avian Influenza Outbreaks in Wild Birds and Poultry (cdc.gov)

October 19, 2022 – One Health Day 2022

October 18, 2022 – Salmonella Outbreaks Linked to Pet Bearded Dragons

September 21, 2022 – New One Health Operational Tools: Multisectoral Coordination Mechanism Operational Tool and Surveillance and Information Sharing Operational Tool

August 8, 2022 – Summary of Possible Multistate Enteric (Intestinal) Disease Outbreaks in 2017–2020 | CDC

August 12, 2022 – CDC Confirms Two New Human Infections with Flu Virus from Pigs During 2022 | CDC

July 18, 2022 – One Health surveillance protects an interconnected world

July 15, 2022 – New Resource Repository: Influenza and Zoonoses Education Among Youth in Agriculture Program

June 22, 2022 – Vaccine Preventable Zoonotic Diseases: Challenges and Opportunities for Public Health Progress

June 17, 2022 – A Compendium of Measures to Prevent Zoonotic Diseases Associated with Non-Traditional Pets

June 10, 2022 – Updated: Temporary Suspension for Dogs Entering the US from High-Risk Countries for Dog Rabies

June 6, 2022 – U.S. Monkeypox 2022: Situation Summary

May 21, 2022 – A generalizable one health framework for the control of zoonotic diseases

March 11, 2022 – One Health in Action: Combating Antibiotic Resistance in People and Animals

February 7, 2022 – New Fact Sheet: Why is One Health Important? [PDF – 2 pages]

February 2, 2022 – New One Health Facts Animations

January 27, 2022 – Recent Asian A(H5N1) Bird Flu Infections in U.S. Wild Birds Pose a Low Risk to the Public