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One Health: From Philosophy to Practice
One Hlth Philos to Pract
College of Veterinary Medicine
CVM Deans Office (19DVM)
Term Offering
Spring Only
Previously taught as Special Topics?
No
 
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2
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Lecture2.0
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Graduate/professional seminar (with team project) addressing intersections of veterinary medicine, human medicine, and environmental health. Co-listed at UNC CH Gillings School of Global Public Health and Duke University School of Medicine. Includes participants from these three institutions, plus related private-sector members, non-governmental organizations, and government professionals. Its purpose is to facilitate understanding of one health as a system of systems, and promote cross-campus and cross-discipline interactions. Weekly evening course held at NC Biotechnology Center, RTP. Requires graduate student standing at NCSU or professional student standing within the College of Veterinary Medicine. Limit: 15 students per university.

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