This virtual public meeting was dedicated to the deliberation and vote on two reports to transmit to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, the first from the Disparities in Antibiotics Access and Use Working Group, and the second from the Working Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Inter-Professional Education. The remainder of the 2-day public meeting included an update on the status of the antibiotic development pipeline and an open council discussion on provocative questions in AMR (no recommendations were made), in addition to presentations on Operationalizing One Health and the Environmental Dimensions of AMR.-19 on antimicrobial resistance. Agenda Agenda Webcast Information Archived Webcast Meeting Documents Meeting Summary Notice Federal Register Notice Presentations DAY 1: Working Group Report Out and Priorities in AMR Report Out from Interprofessional Education Working Group*Dr. Elaine Larson (V), Columbia University – WG Co-ChairDr. Paul Plummer (V), Iowa State University – WG Co-Chair Report Out from Antibiotic Access & Use Working Group*Dr. Stephanie Black (V), Chicago Department of Public Health – WG Co-ChairDr. Locke Karriker (V), Iowa State University – WG Co-Chair The Antibiotics Pipeline: Past, Present, and Future*Prof. Kevin Outterson, CARB-X DAY 2: Operationalizing One Health and Environmental Dimensions of AMR Operationalizing One Health – Challenges in High Income Countries & A Nordic Example*Prof. Carlos das Neves, Norwegian Veterinary Institute One Health Trust Demographic One Health Surveillance Site*Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan (V), Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy Expanding Epidemic Intelligence in One Health*Dr. Mark Smolinski, Ending Pandemics The Tricycle Project: WHO Integrated Global Surveillance on ESBL Producing E. coli Using "OneHealth" Approach*Dr. Shivaramu "Shiva" Keelara, North Carolina State University The Federal One Health Response to COVID-19*Dr. Casey Barton Behravesh, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Operational Tools for One Health – The One Health Systems Mapping and Analysis Resource Toolkit (OH-SMARTTM)*Dr. Tracey V. Dutcher, U.S. Department of Agriculture Triazole Resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus: CDC UpdateDr. Tom Chiller, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Informing Policy and Practice for Combating AMR Through Surveillance of Water and Wastewater Environments*Dr. Amy Pruden, Virginia Tech Dynamics of the Soil Resistome: Contribution of Horizontal Gene Transfer*Prof. Barth Smets, Denmark Technical Institute The Collective Global Responsibility To Do No Harm: Ethics and Drug Resistance*Prof. Joakim Larsson, University of Gothenburg *People using assistive technology may not be able to fully access information in these files. For assistance, contact the Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria by emailing CARB@hhs.gov.