University CLASS Scores Questionnaire

Steps Toward Institutionalization/Accreditation
0 = no activity
10 = fully implemented
Notes and Next Step(s)
1. Does the university host a mentored One Health Student Club?
2. Is at least one “One Health Competency-Based Training Module” delivered regularly (i.e. at least once a year)?
3. Is there a One Health curriculum defined by a set of courses delivered continuously and presented to trainees in a formal document (e.g. university catalogue)?
4. Is there a One Health Certificate, Emphasis Area, or Concentration, as a stand-alone curriculum or integrated into formal degree programs (e.g. M.P.H., Dr.P.H., D.V.M., M.Sc., M.D., M.S.N.)?
5. Does the university host and operate an experiential training field site?
6. Has the university implemented internship programs for trainees in government agencies or public or private organizations?
7. Is there an institutional agreement with a One Health coordinating organization in your country – for example a national One Health technical working group, platform, Secretariat that could provide accreditation of a training curriculum or credential, such as a One Health Certificate?
8. Is there a forum for faculty members teaching One Health modules to share best pedagogical practices, update content and delivery, identify gaps in competency modules, and develop new courses?
9. Is there a formal Continuing Professional Development education program available for in-service trainees that is accredited by a professional accrediting organization?
10. Are faculty members and students engaged in One Health research indicated by grants and awards programs and publications in peer-reviewed journals?