‘One Health: Connecting Humans, Animals and the Environment’ is a six-weeks course developed by The University of Basel and supported by Swiss TPH.
- Advantages of a closer cooperation between human and animal health
- Transdisciplinary processes that can solve an everyday One Health problem
- Shortfalls resulting from poor communication between human doctors and veterinarians
- Social-ecological perspectives for the improvement of human and animal well-being
- Fundamental principles of cross-sector human and animal health economics
- Environmental policy and law that supports food safety
- Prevention of diseases from livestock to human via food
- Matrix calculations to describe growth rates of populations
- Principles of disease transmission dynamics between humans and animals
- Collection of vaccination coverage data
- Interpretation of vaccination coverage data
- The rabies problem in the World and the potential for its elimination in Africa.
Start dates: 4 Oct 2021 at 07:00
Duration: 6 weeks
Weekly study: 5 hours
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Summarise the many advantages of a closer cooperation between human and animal health.
- Describe the fundamental principles of cross-sector human and animal health economics.
- Explain how the transmission of diseases from livestock to human via food can be prevented.
- Discuss the environmental policy and law that supports food safety.
- Debate how food safety can benefit from One Health.
- Develop ideas for transdisciplinary processes that can solve an everyday One Health problem.
- Reflect on the problems that arise from poor communication between human doctors and veterinarians.
- Investigate social-ecological perspectives for the improvement of human and animal well-being.
- Identify the rabies problem in the World and the potential for its elimination in Africa.
- Investigate through practical case studies the collection of vaccination coverage data.
- Calculate matrices to describe growth rates of populations.
- Interpret tables of vaccination coverage data.
- Calculate transmission dynamics of diseases between humans and animals
Who is the course for?
The only thing you need to bring to this course is an interest in the relationship between humans and animals in different cultures and how to describe these qualitatively and quantitatively. You don’t need prior knowledge of human or veterinary medicine to benefit from this course – it addresses non-professionals as well as health professionals and those working in politics, NGOs, and students of veterinary and human medicine throughout the world.
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