This dynamic training course spans 11 online modules and provides a basic introduction to the principles and concepts of a comprehensive One Health approach to investigating the origins or cause of a zoonotic disease outbreak or other disease event in animals or people.
Based on results from an international stakeholder survey and expert Delphi panel, the Fundamentals of One Health Practice course strengthens technical and competency-based knowledge and skill sets of One Health professionals.
This course spans 6 modules and provides a thorough introduction to concepts, like gender and sex, and how they relate to One Health. Each module consists of assigned readings and videos, a case study or activity for the student to complete as they go through the module, specific lessons that pertain to the module subject, and a quiz.
Introduction to Health Care Quality and Quality Improvement
This expansive online asynchronous training course spans 9 modules representing key elements for quality and quality improvement programs in global HIV programs. Each module is comprised of learning objectives, topics of key concepts, specific lessons related to the subject matter, and a quiz to assess learner competency.
The concept of virtual Communities of Practice ( vCoPs) has recently gained popularity to bridge distance via technology for individuals and groups with an interest in a common topic. VCoPs are a great way to share experiences, best practices and to problem solve in a specific area for peers and experts by meeting regularly providing training in a low dose high frequency approach.
This dynamic training course spans 11 online modules and provides a basic introduction to the principles and concepts of a comprehensive One Health approach to risk communication related to a disease outbreak (or other disease event in animals or people) and how to engage communities around risks of disease transmission and behavior change.
This dynamic training course spans 11 online modules and provides two levels of contents: a basic introduction to the principles, causes and applications of AMR in the One Health sectors, and a comprehensive level which includes contents on surveillance systems, AMR assessment, laboratory diagnosis and AMR countermeasures such as infection prevention and control (IPC) and antimicrobial stewardship (AMS).
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Coastal Marine Environments
This is a single module course that presents an introduction to concepts of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the marine environment. This course is designed as a follow-up to the 11 module antimicrobial resistance course to compare and contrast AMR in a marine vs. terrestrial environment, but there are no required prerequisites.
This course was developed to provide training to health care providers and others working in healthcare facilities who are involved in the frontline management of COVID-19 in a resource limited setting. These training modules focus on recognition of the signs and symptoms of COVID-19, diagnostic testing, infection prevention and control measures, supporting community engagement and long term measures to address COVID-19.