Recently released with One Health Educational recommendations: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015 Envisioning the future of health professional education: workshop summary. The National Academies Press, Washington, DC (USA) Building a Global Health Workforce “Key Messages Identified by Individual Speakers and Participants • Arguments for the curricular redesign toward a One Health concept include the growing risk of disease caused by overcrowding and urbanization, changes in food production and supply systems, and extreme weather conditions, environmental degradation, and the inappropriate use of antibiotics. Solely focusing on human or animal or environmental health would not set a foundation for learning about or addressing these 21st-century challenges. (Fox, Colwell, Olsen, Kahn) • Learners are being prepared for a health system that no longer exists. (Scrimshaw)   • There needs to be a functional model for educators to follow that would quickly capture the attention of leaders who possess the power and the money to create real change. Community-based education could be the broad, overarching construct from which everything else follows. (Cox)” Note: Dr. James G. Fox, a veterinarian, is a member of the One Health Initiative team’s Honorary Advisory Board            Dr. Laura H. Kahn, a physician, is a founding member of the One Health Initiative team: see and