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One Health - Humans, Animals and the Environment

American Society for Microbiology via YouTube


This course explores the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health through the One Health concept. Participants will learn about the impact of environmental disruptions on the evolution and transmission of infectious diseases between humans and animals. The course discusses the importance of recognizing the linkage between human and veterinary medicine and environmental sciences. The teaching method involves discussions led by experts in the field. The intended audience includes professionals and students in the fields of human and veterinary medicine, environmental sciences, and public health.


One Health
Twoway street
Emerging Diseases
Biodefense and One Health
Audience Question
One Border One Health
Interaction between veterinary medicine and environmental health
Commercial implications of the pandemic
Crossborder collaborations
Nother mentality

Taught by

American Society for Microbiology


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