In preparation for our upcoming Rabies presentation in the One Health Intellectual Exchange, here are a few Rabies informational videos produced by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control. For more information visit here.
What is Rabies?
What Animals are Most Likely to be Rabid?
World Rabies Day
Rabies Medical Research
About the One Health Intellectual Exchange Series
This interdisciplinary course will introduce the concept of One Health as an increasingly important approach to a holistic understanding of the prevention of disease and the maintenance of both human and animal health. The list of topics will include a discussion of bidirectional impact of animal health on human health, the impact of earth’s changing ecology on health, issues of food and water security and preparedness, and the benefits of comparative medicine. Learning objectives include 1) to describe how different disciplines contribute to the practice of One Health, 2) to creatively design interdisciplinary interventions to improve Global Health using a One Health model, and 3) to interact with One Health-relevant professionals in the Triangle and beyond. The course aims to include students from Duke, UNC and NC State from diverse disciplines relevant to One Health, including: human medicine, veterinary medicine, environmental science, public health, global health, public policy, and others.