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|3-24-18||Berry College||Mathematical and Natural Sciences, One Health Center||Undergraduate Minor in One Health||The One Health minor curriculum was developed with a focus on providing a well-rounded foundation to the One Health concept. Students graduating with this minor will have a firm foundation in cutting edge public health theory and will gain practical “real world” experience through faculty-mentored research projects.||Dr. Dominic Qualley |
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|Mount Berry, Georgia||USA||http://www.berry.edu/academics/majors/onehealth/||Dr. Christopher Hall Dr. Bruce Connfirstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com||YES||CMS|
|3/25/2020 10:20:02||Western University||Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry||Bachelors of Medical Sciences, Honours Specialization in One Health||The specialization starts in third year with epidemiology, human pathology, comparative pathology, microbiology, environmental sciences and One Health courses (AMR, Zoonotic disease, Asthma and One Health, Climate Change...) with lecturers from various different fields. One course focuses on implementation of One Health; lecture topics include policy, ethics and case studies on One Health interventions. This course includes a project where the class is split into groups of 4 and are given a health issue to come up with a solution to using a One Health approach. In the process of developing the solution, each group goes through numerous steps in a simulated funding proposal. In the fourth year, students complete a capstone research project||Dr. Francisco Olea Popelka||London, Ontario||Canada|
Dr. Francisco Olea Popelka
|3/29/2020 21:06:02||Western University||Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine||Bachelor of Medical Science (BMSc), Honors Specialization in One Health||The Honors Specialization in One Health at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry was created in collaboration with Western University’s Departments of Sociology and Geography in the Faculty of Social Science to enrich the learning experience of students.|
The module offers an innovative, interdisciplinary education and research experience for students, which focuses on the intricate link between animal health, environmental health, socioeconomic factors and human health.
|Dr. Francisco Olea Popelka||London, Ontario||Canada|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Cheryl A Campbell||Yes||Dr. Francisco Olea Popelkaemail@example.com|
|2/24/2021 16:13:17||University of Maine||Initiative for One Health and the Environment||Research Experience for Undergraduates: Accelerating New Environmental Workskills||All REU ANEW students will have the opportunity to work directly with faculty research mentors, as well as Broader Impacts mentors who are working in the field to apply One Health research to real world problems.||Anne Lichtenwalner||Orono, Maine||USA|
|Anne Lichtenwalnerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Kristina Cammenemail@example.com|
|4/23/2018 5:52:03||Mbarara university of science and technology||Medical laboratory science||Bachelor of medical laboratory science||The above mentioned program is practical and research based enriching me with the opportunity to reach out to the community of both medical and no medical background to contribute the continuous improvement of health||Prof. Gertrude kiwanika||Mbarara||Uganda||www.must.ac.ug||Dr. Rugera Simon Peterfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Musemahp@gmail.com||Musema kizito|
|8-24-18||Fontbonne University||Center for One Health||One Health Undergrad Certificate Program||Students take a close look at the intersection of disease transmission, climate change, public health, animal health and more as they explore this increasingly critical field and get laboratory and field research experience while working closely with a faculty mentor.||Dr. Kelly Lane-deGraaf||St. Louis, Missouri||USA||https://www.fontbonne.edu/academics/departments/biological-and-physical-sciences-department/one-health-certificate/||Dr. Kelly Lane-deGraafemail@example.com||Yes||CMS|
|3-2-20||Ferrum College||One Health Undergrad Minor||OH Minor will expand a student’s understanding of human, animal and environmental health. Students will increase their skills in quantitative data collection and analysis, as well as analyze the impacts of health issues on societies at all levels: local, national and global. A student majoring in any of the sciences would benefit from the interdisciplinary focus of this rapidly emerging discipline||Ferrum, Virginia||USA||http://catalog.ferrum.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=7&poid=1026&returnto=414|
|Pennsylvania State University||College of Agriculture||One Health Minor||The minor in One Health will consist of four core courses (12 credits) and nine credits of supporting courses from a variety of disciplines. This course is open to all SCIENCE MAJORS||State College, Pennsylvania||USA||https://bulletins.psu.edu/undergraduate/colleges/agricultural-sciences/one-health-minor/||Bhushan M. Jayarao, MVSc, Ph.D., MPHfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes|
|University of Tennessee||Institute of Agriculture||One Health Minor||The One Health minor is for undergraduate and graduate students wishing to develop skills to prepare themselves for careers in agricultural, environmental, and human sciences in addition to scientific policy and communication. The required courses are interdisciplinary and will provide training in communication and leadership, translation of evidence to policy, and One Health that is relevant for all majors.||Knoxeville, Tennessee||USA||https://email@example.com||Yes||CMS|
|University of California, Davis||College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the School of Veterinary Medicine and the School of Medicine||Global Disease Biology Major and Minor||Directly inspired by the One Health Model, this program brings together important professions in a way which allows students to develop a holistic view of health and disease. Faculty from all three schools share responsibility for class instruction and mentoring of GDB students.||Davis, California||USA||https://gdb.ucdavis.edu/about||Bianca Radutfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||CMS|