Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface (New!) – MOOC trailer

Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface (New!) – MOOC trailer


[MUSIC] Human health, animal health,
and more broadly, ecosystems or even planetary health are inexorably late. This phenomenal is not new and yet our world is changing at an unprecedented
pace, and so are the ways we live, the way we interact with each other,
with other species, and our environment. And yes, this brings a huge
range of new and old challenges. But also opportunities for global health. Ebola. MERS. Zika. Are we ready for the next emerging virus? Anti-microbial resistance. What is it? Should we be worried? How is the world going to tackle it? Rabies. We’re getting closer. But what are the challenges for
its elimination? Biodiversity conservation. Why is it so important for global health? [MUSIC] These are just some of the many questions
that we would like to discuss with you during this MOOC on global health at
the human-animal-ecosystem interface. An interdisciplinary overview.>>So there is a strong link
between urbanization and these outbreaks of dengue, of Zika, of
>>We can make a difference in controlling [INAUDIBLE] zoonotic diseases
with the tools we currently have and with the improved coordination
among the sectors.>>Snakes are responsible for
5 million bites yearly.>>There is no health
without a healthy planet.>>Anti-microbial resistance
is a threat to global health.>>About 120,000 cases of zoonotic
tuberculosis occur every year.>>So that interdisciplinary collaboration is a key element of
the one health concept.>>Of course there are so many benefits
of companion animals to our health.>>We’re really in the middle of
the age and we have 6,000 that is here.>>Together along with more than 30
experts and 20 institution space in Geneva, Paris and beyond,
we invite you to enjoy this highly interdisciplinary and international
learning experience in Global Health. This MOOC is open to everyone, free of
cost, and available in several languages. [MUSIC]

Daniel Yohans

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