Data sharing is critical for evidence-based decision making for health security and resilience. The One Health approach, which is founded on the interconnectedness of human, plant, animal, and environmental health, demonstrates the need for data sharing and cross-disciplinary interoperability. Barriers such as incompatible data and systems, lack of interdisciplinary coordination, and lack of enabling policies limit data sharing capacity in the U.S. and globally, hindering progress toward health security. This first instalment in a webinar series hosted by the Forum on Microbial Threats will present a call to action for advancing data sharing through a One Health lens. Speakers will identify barriers as well as success stories, spur information exchange, and highlight potential future actions.

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SEE: Advancing Data Sharing to Strengthen One Health Effectiveness From Ideas to Action | National Academies