Pathways to progress One Health expertise in Australia: A Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) and National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH) national expert consultation   [“A useful model to the many others around the globe contemplating how to develop and operationalise One Health training and education”]   Introduction   In 2011, the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) established a Special Interest Group on One Health. On October 24–25 October 2013 the PHAA One Health Special Interest Group held a national workshop of Australian experts at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, a part of College of Medicine, Biology and Environment of the Australian National University (ANU). The workshop explored potential components of One Health education and training in Australia.   The program included an outline of the One Health approach and incorporated a series of case studies on specific disease events demonstrating how a One Health approach clearly added value and benefit. This provided a framework for discussing the skills and knowledge that support such an approach and how to invest these in both graduate and postgraduate education and training. This report provides a brief background on One Health, and a summary of recommendations from the workshop. A copy of the program, summary content from discussions and a list of participants are included as Attachments A, B and C.   Please see PDF attached to read complete report.   Provided by:   Professor Martyn Jeggo, BVetMed, PhD Director, GCEID (Geelong Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases) C/O Deakin University Medical School Private Address: 25 South Shore Avenue, Melbourne VIC 3030 Mobile +61 409166752     Dr. Jeggo also serves on the One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bone team’s Honorary Advisory Board