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Sobre o curso

Welcome to "Bats, Ducks, and Pandemics: An Introduction to One Health Policy". One Health is the concept that human, animal, and environmental/ecosystem health are linked. The concept provides a useful framework for examining complex health issues such as food safety and security, emerging and vector-borne diseases, and antimicrobial resistance. It can be used to analyze government policies to determine if they are effective in improving health and well-being. Agriculture is the foundation of civilization. Surplus food enabled the growth of cities; cities led to nations, and nations discovered the science and technology that allowed populations to grow. But agriculture comes with costs including environmental and ecosystem destruction and the emergence of zoonotic diseases. Antibiotics are the foundation of modern medicine. But antibiotics have come with costs too, including antimicrobial resistance and potentially harmful changes to human and animal microbiomes. This interdisciplinary course will cover diverse subjects such as basic epidemiology, public health, public policy, basic microbiology, food safety, and security, zoonotic diseases, sanitation and hygiene, antimicrobial resistance, environmental and ecosystem health, and the national and international organizations that oversee health, agriculture, and the environment. Disease outbreaks including Influenza, Q fever, and Ebola will be discussed. While the course was developed and recorded before the COVID-19 pandemic, the concepts learned very much apply to it. This course emphasizes holistic, not siloed, approaches to health, and disease....

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24 de ago de 2020

I loved this course .

I gained a lot of valuable knowledge and insight into what is happening in the world at the present time as we all try to navigate our way through this pandemic.



27 de nov de 2020

An impressive course with vast content and references of the highest quality, explained with tremendous clarity by Prof Laura Kahn. My only critique is to the discussion prompts - too extensive.

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por Rene P L

8 de jul de 2021

It is really informative. You will learn a lot from this topic. I highly recommend it.

por Montserrat L F

19 de mar de 2021

Thanks so much, Laura.

Have been a great experience i enjoyed that course very much.

por Angel r

30 de out de 2020

Class is exceptional ,great work Ma'am!you have a great teaching skill.

por Alejandro P R

17 de nov de 2020

Great course! Very useful resources and interesting content! :D

por catarina l

31 de out de 2020

Extremely interesting and wonderful contents. Loved it

por Justyna

20 de set de 2021

Great course, lots of useful information.

por Jenny O

27 de fev de 2021

Well presented by knowledgeable lecturer.

por Maxwell J H

3 de set de 2020

Excellent course! Excellent instructor!

por Pol L

22 de nov de 2020

Thank you for this informative course.

por Firehiwot A

4 de jul de 2021

Excellent lecture. Thankyou so much.

por Kaitlin T

22 de jun de 2021

Awesome course! Very informational.

por Rajkumarie P

29 de out de 2020

Can't wait to finish the next part

por Maria A G S

25 de out de 2020

Excelente curso, buenas lecturas.

por Ana L L d S

27 de jun de 2021

Maravilhoso! perfect!

por Sheryl S

30 de jul de 2021

Excellent course!!!

por Niyaz A

7 de abr de 2021

Execellent course!

por Khamil K

31 de mar de 2021

Good course!

por nireekshana t

30 de jun de 2021

Very Useful

por Morris G O

20 de ago de 2021

T​hank you

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28 de mar de 2021


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por Dr. R E M

17 de out de 2020

Very good

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29 de set de 2020


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11 de nov de 2020