Journal                                                         Medical Teacher Latest Articles Letter to the Editor Incorporating the One Health framework in medical education Helena J. Chapman Science & Technology Policy Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science at NASA Applied Sciences Program, Washington, D.C., & Shobhana Gupta Open Innovation and Community Applications Manager with Arctic Slope Technical Services at NASA Applied Sciences Program, Washington, D.C., USA Citation: Helena J. Chapman & Shobhana Gupta (2019) Incorporating the One Health framework in medical education, Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1554897 Published online: 08 Feb 2019 Dear Sir Health impacts of environmental exposures, such as poor air quality and emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, contribute to an estimated 25% of the global disease burden. As physician-scientists, we stress that medical education programs should incorporate key One Health competency domains, connecting human, animal, and environmental health (Frankson et al. 2016 Frankson R, Hueston W, Christian K, Olson D, Lee M, Valeri L, Hyatt R, Annelli J, Rubin C. 2016. One Health core competency domains. Front Public Health. 4:192.[Crossref], [PubMed], [Web of Science ®], , [Google Scholar]), into didactic coursework and clinical training, preparing the future workforce to respond appropriately to global health challenges. ... To read in full, please see Permission granted March 11, 2019 to One Health Initiative website to post Free-to-View at, courtesy of: Niall Rundle, Managing Editor, Medicine & Health Taylor & Francis – Journals, 4 Park SquareMilton Park Abingdon OX14 4RN UK Taylor & Francis Group is a trading name of Informa UK Limited, registered in England under no. 1072954 Note: Dr. Chapman [MD, MPH, PhD] is a physician member of the One Health Initiative team’s Advisory Board