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Thank you all for your participation!

Thank you for your participation in this course. We appreciate all your comments and discussions, and we had a great time in the past six weeks. One Health is an …

Summary of the One Health course

At the end of this course, we would like to thank you for your participation and contributions to the mutual learning between educators and students. Developing and running a free …

Can dog rabies be eliminated in Africa?

More than just vaccine is needed to eliminate brucellosis. Many processes like systemic surveillance and public engagement are also necessary. The following text provides information about components of a One …

Where would you invest?

Coming back to the dog rabies example from the beginning of the course: where would you invest? Either in mass-vaccinating all dogs to prevent transmission to humans or in just …

Towards One Health impact assessment

One Health Impact Assessment (OHIA) is an extension from classical Health Impact Assessment (HIA), placing particular emphasis on interlinks between human, animal and ecosystem health, as well as animal health …

An Eco Health example

Having addressed the theoretical aspects of a One Health approach to the ecosystem, let us tackle some examples. Mirko Winkler from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute talks about …

Other fields of One Health application

One Health approaches are not only applicable to humans or animals. Even plant health can be considered. This is especially true when you think about human influences on water and …

Wrap up

This week you explored the importance of combining quantitative and qualitative methods if you follow One Health approaches. You gained insights by investigating cases of vaccination coverage or modern real-time …

Registration

In the next step we’ll invite you to share your dog rabies elimination campaign and win a Swiss TPH travel stipend. If you are willing to participate in the competition …

Extending surveillance: humans and their livestock

Demographic information is foundational for the planning and management of social programmes, in particular health services. The existing INDEPTH network surveillance sites are limited to coverage of sedentary populations. Including …