1st International Summer Course, 27th – 31st August 2018, Wageningen, The Netherlands
How does contribute/interact/impact to Global One Health
This course is essential to learn how to combine efforts of multiple disciplines to improve health of humans, animals and plants within sustainable agricultural production.
Aim of the course
The health of people, animals, plants and their environments are closely connected. This short course on Global One Health (GOH) aims to foster interdisciplinary thinking on the cutting edge of agricultural production, the food supply chain and nutritional and public health outcomes (human, plant and animal) in the framework of a food systems approach. Using an academically rooted food systems approach, synergies and trade-offs between scientific disciplines, such as social, environmental, microbiological, animal, plant, epidemiological disciplines, will be explored. Also the role of public and private stakeholders in the food system (farm to fork) will be discussed.
This one-week summer course consists of lectures, data practicals, group discussions and networking. The course will build on insights form social, biomedical, plant, animal, health and environmental sciences.
- Higher education and research: MSc, PhD-students, postdocs, researchers and teachers.
- Professionals: research & development, advisors, consulting, technical, support and public policy people both from industry and research centres.
- Overview of food systems, processes and actors, by faculty, sectors and stakeholders; including cases illustrating processes and actors at the at the micro-, meso- and macro-level.
- Impacts on nutritional and public (human, plant and animal) health, social, environmental and economic sustainability.
- Debate with public and private stakeholders on global One Health. Balancing multiple sustainability outcomes in the social, ecologic, economic and health domain.
- Filling research gaps, advancing methodology, enabling research infrastructures, data stewardship.
- Prof. Pieter van ‘t Veer, WUR (Nutrition, public health and sustainability)
- Prof. Wim van der Poel, WUR (Global One Health)
- Prof. Fred de Boer, WUR (Wildlife Resource Ecology)
- Dr. Alexandre Caron, CIRAD (Health ecology Wildlife-Domestic animals interface)
- Dr. Aurelie Binot, CIRAD, Qualitative Research Principles and Methodology, Social Sciences)
- Prof. Jean-Francois, GUEGAN INRA (Animal Health, One Health)
- Dr. Christian Ducrot, INRA, (Animal Health Microbiology, AMR)
- Prof. Mart de Jong, WUR (Quantitative Veterinary Epidemiology)
- Prof. Henk Hogeveen, WUR (Animal Health management)
- Dr. Marion Herens, WUR (Centre for Development Innovation, Food and nutrition security)
- Dr. Annabelle Daburon, WUR (Centre for Development Innovation, Animal production)
- Research and teaching staff from WUR, Agreenium and EJP One Health