Information and registration at One Health Day returns in November One Health Day, which debuted in 2016, will again be held on 3 November 2017. The One Health Platform, the One Health Commission and the One Health Initiative are calling on individuals and organizations to begin planning One Health education and awareness projects. Last year, One Health Day generated over 150 events in 35 countries, engaging 17,000 participants. In 2017, student awards will go to the top events in each of four global regions. Go to Open Call for Congress Fellowship Applications The 5th International One Health Congress offers early career scientists a unique opportunity to present their latest work, and to meet and foster collaborations with the international One Health community in a four days high-level congress. The Open Call for Congress Fellowship Applications has been launched on 1 August 2017. The competition is open to participants from all over the globe. One Health Fellows will receive financial support to cover the registration fee, accommodation for the duration of the conference, and travel (economy class). If youre interested in applying for the One Health Fellowships, check the eligibility and application guidelines and download the application form from the congress website. <publication> One Health for a changing world: zoonoses, ecosystems and human well-being Royal Society Publishing has recently published a special issue of Philosophical Transactions B entitled One Health for a changing world: zoonoses, ecosystems and human well-being, compiled and edited by Andrew Cunningham, Ian Scoones and James Wood. This content is completely Open Access and the articles can be freely accessed directly at this link. A print version is also available at the special price of £35.00. You can order online via the above web page (enter special code TB 1725 when prompted) or, alternatively, you can contact Scientific colloquium on heterologous prime-boost vaccination, organized by the One Health Platform You are kindly invited to join other academics, public health professionals and regulatory agency officials at the first colloquium on heterologous prime-boost vaccination in Leuven, Belgium, on 29 September 2017. More information about the colloquium and a preliminary scientific programme is to be found on our webpages. Registration is free of charge. The number of places, however, is limited and on-line registration is hence necessary. <!-- --> Copyright © 2017 One Health Platform Foundation, All rights reserved.