“... Recently, public health, animal health, plant health, and environmental quality have been integrated into the unified approach of One Health, which aims to address and study the links between all living organisms in a better and safer world. After the COVID-19 pandemic, the world recognised the significant importance of research and the efforts conducted by experts in this field. It is worth mentioning that the United Arab Emirates has taken the lead in supporting global initiatives accounted for 80 percent of the international response to affected countries. The UAE has contributed to control and eliminate epidemics and infectious diseases worldwide, providing financial and moral support to global efforts to eradicate polio worldwide. ...

... By addressing the links between humans, animals, plants, and the environment, the Dubai One Health conference will pave the way for addressing the full spectrum of disease control. This includes prevention, detection, and prediction, which will help in preparedness, response, optimal management, and contribution to global health security. The Dubai One Health conference will be held annually to discuss progress and plan the next steps for implementing the concept of One Health.”