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7/7/2021 16:34:25HORN One Health (OH) Masterclass eventEarly career researchers based in the Horn of AfricaOne Health Regional Network for the Horn of Africa (HORN)hrough a mixture of pre-learning material, live and pre-recorded lectures, the Masterclass provides in-depth learning opportunities to increase knowledge in quantitative skills in epidemiology, social science approaches, and laboratory skills & techniques.Africa9/13/20217/18/2021 Holly via information sent from Bailey /
4-20-21Zoonoses: Protecting People and Animals in Rural CommunitiesHumand and Animal Health Clinicians, Free CE for veterinariansIowa State Center for Food Security and Public Health (CFSPH)Overviews occurrence and impact of zoonotic diseases of agricultural animals – cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, equids and poultry – with an emphasis on prevention measures to reduce health risks for people and animals. Includes communication tips to promote zoonotic disease prevention strategies and veterinary practices in rural communities. 5 CE credits for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Course is also very applicable to human health and public health professionals or students, or anyone interested in preventing zoonotic diseases.USAMay 5 - May 26, 2021May 4, 2021 CFSPG via website??CMS
Brought forward 4-16-21Interventions in Wild Animal Health (IWAH)Available to students and as Continueing Professional DevelopmentHosted by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), The Wildlife Institute of India (WII), The Royal Veterinary College, The University of Edinburgh (UoE) and The University of Melbourne (UoM)A very broad and in-depth course on human-livestock-wildlife interfaces, disease outbreak investigation, and health monitoring of declining species.Course location in 2020 was India, Was online in 2021January - February or March
3-29-21International Theoretical and Practical Workshop on One Health and One Wellness: From Concept to Implementation
Spanish Speaking Virtual One Health Certification Course, Colombian Observatory of Animal Welfare and Health of the University of La Salle, the Cyted Thematic Network on “One Health in Latin America and the Caribbean for Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss”, certification from University of La Salle.40 hour course - Objective-to offer conceptual and methodological tools to operationalize One Health and recognize the complexity of dimensions involved in the One Health and One Welfare approach, as related to SDGGs. Instructors are recognized researchers from the Colombian Observatory of Animal Welfare and Health, international researchers from the Cyted Network in One Health and Climate Change (Chile, Cuba, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Uruguay, Colombia, and Spain) and internationally recognized teachers in One Health and One Welfare from Italy, Thailand, and the United States. Dates Registration and payment (Colombian Pesos) are: $ 680,000 - May 4 ($ 190 US dollars) $ 720,000 - May 19 ($ 202 US dollars) $ 800,000 - June 3 ($ 224 USD)
June 7 - July 28, 2021
More information in Spanish.
11-9-21Free MOOC- One Health et EcoHealth - Ebola: Winning TogetherMOOC, French with English sub-titlesCo-produced by the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the Francophone Digital University of Sports and Health Sciences (UNF3S). It is offered in partnership with: The University Agency of La Francophonie (AUF) The Higher Council for Training and Strategic Research (CSFRS)21 hour FREE Coursera course at your own pace, This is a MOOC on the international Ebola crisis that started in West Africa in 2014; lasting 5 weeks, in which more than 30 university professors, researchers, political leaders, national and international health authorities, members of NGOs, and other actors from Europe and Africa will participate in more than 60 video sequences. The topics covered will take place according to a weekly sequence described below (section “lesson plan”).OnlineNov 9, 2021 next start date FlahaultYesCMS11-9-21
8/11/2021 9:53:03One Health: Connecting Humans, Animals and the EnvironmentAnyone interested in the relationship between humans and animals in different cultures and how to describe these qualitatively and quantitatively: health professionals and non-professionals, those working in politics, NGOs, and students of veterinary and human medicineSwiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of BaselIf you’ve ever wondered whether physicians and veterinarians could work together more closely, you’ll see that collaboration makes a lot of sense, saving more human and animal lives than either field ever could alone, and even saving money. You learn theoretical foundations and hands-on practical methods for planning and implementing integrated approaches to health care.Switzerland10/4/2021 Crumplisa.crump@swisstph.chYesLisa
10/12/2021 15:00:42An International Short Course in Zoonotic Diseases [Online]International stakeholders in Public Health Officials, Veterinary Professionals, University Educators, Research Scientists, Wildlife Experts, Managers of Food Industries, Livestock Entrepreneurs, and Community Leaders, etc.Michigan State University World Technology Access Program (WorldTAP) and the Department of Animal
Science within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
This weeklong course will provide an understanding of zoonoses (definitions, classifications, epidemiology, control, and prevention); international trade of livestock and livestock products and zoonoses; principles and practices of One Health approach; roles of international organizations (WHO, OIE, FAO, etc.) in zoonoses management; and finally, predicting and preventing pandemic zoonoses. Also provides opportunities for diverse group of stakeholders including Public Health Officials, Veterinary Professionals, University Educators, Research Scientists, Wildlife Experts, Managers of Food Industries, Livestock Entrepreneurs, and Community Leaders, among others to have a thorough learning about zoonotic diseases. The knowledge, information and experience gained will help participants contribute towards the development of a science-based and applied zoonotic disease management plan. 3 hours each day participating in online presentations and discussions. Information packages on each of the course components will be provided to the participants. Participants will receive a certificate of participation upon completing this course. Course contents include: • Emerging and Re-emerging Zoonoses • Principles and Practices of One Health Approach and Its Importance in Zoonoses Management
• Emerging Diseases of Wildlife Origin • Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) • Environment and Climate Change Impact on Zoonotic Diseases • Zoonoses Associated with the Trade of Livestock and Livestock Products • Roles of WHO, OIE, FAO, and National, Regional and Private Veterinary Services in Zoonoses Management • Public Health Approach to Detecting and Surveillance of Emerging Zoonoses • Predicting and Preventing Pandemic Zoonoses
USA3/21/20223/7/2022 Ramjee Ghimireghimirer@msu.eduYesDr. Ramjee
11/11/2021 7:01:27One Health - Human health, Animal health, Environmental healthThis course is aimed at all professionals in the areas of Medical and Biological Sciences, Engineering, Social Sciences, who are directly or indirectly involved in research and/or intervention in the fields of human health, animal health and/or environmental health.Institute of Environmental Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon, PortugalThis course rises from the recognition of the need to provide conceptual and practical tools to all those who are interest learning more about One Health. The programme covers different areas, including infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases, agriculture and fisheries, food supply and safety, water and sanitation, antibiotics, waste, and climate change.Portugal11/9/202111/16/2021
Dr. Ricardo R. Santos, biologist, researcher and co-director of the 1st Post-graduate course One Healthricardoreis@medicina.ulisboa.ptYesDr. Ricardo R. Santos, biologist, researcher and co-director of the 1st Post-graduate course One
2-14-20ONE HEALTH: Basics of multisectoral collaboration at the Human - Animal - Environment interfaceThis online course is geared to professionals from human, animal or environmental health sectors involved in the implementation of the International Health Regulations (2005).WHO90-120 Minutes. Englich, French, German. Certificate upon completion. At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the One Health approach and principles of multisectoral collaboration.
- Provide examples of how a One Health approach may be taken to address a health threat or disease event.
- Explain how a One Health approach contributes to a functional national health system, including national IHR implementation, evaluation, and capacity building.
Course duration: 90 - 120 minutes.
OnlineAvailable online year round
3-21-20Free MOOC - Partnering for Change: Link Research to Societal ChallengesStudents and researchers from all backgrounds; stakeholders involved in searching solutions for complex societal challenges. Mentoring will take place from Monday, March 30th to Sunday, May 10th, 2020.U Basel, Swiss Academies of Arts and SciencesThe course presents transdisciplinary research as a living experience. With a basis on sound theoretical and methodological background, five outstanding projects illustrate promising different ways of dealing with complex societal challenges. The projects address a) health care for mobile pastoralists, b) water scarcity in the Alps, c) coping with decline in a mountain village, d) labour migration, and e) governance of antimicrobial resistance. run with multipe stating dates ZinsstagCMS/OHC
6/30/2020 12:14:55Bats, Ducks, and Pandemics: An Introduction to One Health PolicyGeneral PublicPrinceton UniversityLearn about the One Health concept and how to use it as a framework to analyze and address complex health challenges such as food safety and security, emerging diseases, and antimicrobial resistance. This course emphasizes examining and analyzing organizational structures and functions to determine their effectiveness in ensuring the health of humans, animals, and environments/ecosystems. United States Laura H. Kahnlkahn@princeton.eduYesDr. Laura H.
7/2/2020 6:02:30Global One Health: from research to practiceUndergraduates, PhD Students, ResearchersWageningen (WUR), the Netherlands The One Health EJP Summer School 2020 is a virtual two-week summer school. The theme of the summer school is The Global One Health Concept: from research to practice. The Netherlands8/17/20207/31/2020 van der Poel wim.vanderpoel@wur.nlJade
7/6/2020 22:41:35Fall 2020 Graduate Online Course on Antimicrobial Resistance from a One Health PerspectiveGraduate students from Universities of Calgary, Alberta, and LethbridgeUniversity of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary MedicineA first of its kind, this course has been designed to provide a comprehensive overview of AMR from a One Health perspective, comprising of lectures from a wide array of One Health experts.Canada
9/9/2020 2:23:53One Health: Connecting Humans, Animals and the Environmenthealth professionals, veterinary and human medicine students, people working in politics and NGOsSwiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel, SwitzerlandCan physicians and veterinarians could work more closely? Collaboration makes sense, saving more human and animal lives than either field could alone, and even saving money. You’ll learn theoretical foundations and practical methods for planning and implementing integrated approaches to healthcare. New content covers Corona viruses in animals and humans.Switzerland9/28/2020 Crumplisa.crump@swisstph.chYesLisa
9/24/2020 11:02:27Epidemiology for Non-EpidemiologistsThe scientifically-minded public, consumers of science media, science journalists and medical health professionals, Now approved for CE in the US for U.S. veterinarians and veterinary The course can be found on the CE Broker website at SAFOSOThis course will illustrate epidemiological concepts that we are exposed to in everyday life, and help you interpret these concepts for your own understanding of current events related to diseases in animals and people. This course embraces One Health by approaching diseases in animals and in people in equal measure: for every example in human health used to illustrate an epidemiological concept, an example in animal health is used. Switzerland6/29/202012/31/2021 Stoffelcarla.stoffel@safoso.chYesCarla
2/22/2019 12:26:26US Centers for Disease Control - CDC ZOHU Call webinar serieshealthcare professionals, veterinarians, scientists, epidemiologists, othersCDC One Health OfficeJoin the live Zoonoses and One Health Updates (ZOHU) Call webinars on the first Wednesday of each month. Recordings of past calls are online. Free Continuing Education is available. USA Talley-McRaezohucall@cdc.govYesHelen
3-9-19OHCEA One Health Course Modules: Training the Current and Future One Health Workforce Using a One Health ApproachOpen to the worldOne Health Central /East Africa University Network (OHCEA), USAID, Makerere UThe One Health Central and Eastern African network (OHCEA), a network of 21schools of public health,veterinary medicine and environmental sciences inEast Central and West Africa, has developed One Health core competencies and coursemodules that are key to delivering knowledge and skills to amulti-disciplinary workforce and building a frameworkon by which One Health curricula can be designed and implemented.These course modules can be used for both in service and preservice as short courses or integrated into curricula for professionals who impact disease detection prevention and response. Online, multiple countriesAvailable online year round Winnie OneHealthModules@OHCEA.orgYesCMS/OHC
3-9-19RESPOND SEAOHUN One Health Course ModulesOpen to the worldSouth East Asia One Health University Network (SEAOHUN) is comprised of ten universities, from four countries—Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and VietnamThis course is designed to enhance the ability of professionals who have deep expertise in their discipline to work collaboratively across disciplines to respond to complex One Health problems. The course is comprised of seven technical modules and seven core competencies which will help to build the skills, knowledge and ability of learners to effectively look for answers to public health challenges beyond one’s own discipline and to successfully function as an integral part of a larger, multi-disciplinary, team of professionals. SEAOHUN's its mission is to leverage the training, education and research capacities of the university network to build the skills, knowledge and attitude base for One Health leaders.Available online year round
U Edinburgh, Scotland, Online Masters in One HealthStudentsRoyal (Dick) School Veterinary StudiesOnline course, based in Edinburgh, Scotland One Health sits at the interface between human, animal and ecosystem health. As such, it is well suited to preparing professionals looking to tackle the wide range of intractable and highly complex health challenges of the 21st Century. This programme is delivered fully online, making the most of the University’s pioneering, award-winning online learning environments.Scotland