Universities as One Health ‘Game
Changers’: Addressing emerging
health challenges through innovative
One Health education,...
Ecosystem Health Initiative
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Katey Pelican
Julia Ponder
Pat Redig
Nick Phelps
Meggan Craft
Dominic Travis
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Grand Challenges World-wide
Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
Creating a global platform through One
Health University Networks

Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
PREDICT • RESPOND • P...
The TEAM professional
1. You must be good at something first- expertise
gives you a seat at the table
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One Health: A Revolution in
Education

New methods in the classroom
Real life work and field-based training
New s...
New Methods in the Classroom

Case based
teaching
Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY...
Immersion Field-based Courses
Engaging Intergovernmental
Organizations

Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
PREDICT • RESPON...
Real Life Work and Field-Based
Training

Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
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Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
New Skills and Career Paths

Economic Value
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Social Value
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Emerging Pa...
Student business ideas
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Bilharzia control/prevention
Clean slaughter
Lumpy Skin Disease vaccination
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Create and Mentor One Health Student Clubs

First in Rwanda - over 100 students from 5 disciplines.
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To suppor...
Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
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OHCEA Countr y Coordinating
Committees
Representation by Countr y

Ethiopia:

•Mekelle University Vet School, SPH
•Jimma U...
Outcomes
• Students with skills to succeed in workforce.
• A workforce that fosters a SUPER TEAM
approach
• Improved capac...
Acknowledgments
•OHCEA and SEAOHUN Colleagues
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•USAID Emerging Pandemic Threats
Program

Emerging Pandemic Threats P...
Emerging Pandemic Threats Program
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  • Recognizing that many Grand Challenges in Global health occur at this intersection of human, animal and environment
    Grand challenges - Require an expertise within each of these interfaces and an integrated approach to address
    These Global Grand Challenges exist in a variety of contexts such as:
    Food Security
    Sustainable water supply
    Emerging diseases and disease Outbreaks
    Climate Change
    Environmental contaminants
  • The Ecosystem health group – through the USAID Respond is increasingly focused on developing and supporting One Health networks of schools of public health, medicine, nursing and veterinary medicine in Africa and Asia of which UMN is a member university. Through these networks, UMN is now a partner with a total of 28 schools in 10 countries in SE Asia an Africa
    Goal: build interdisciplinary programs that integrate research, education and outreach to address challenges at the one health interface
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    1. 1. Universities as One Health ‘Game Changers’: Addressing emerging health challenges through innovative One Health education, research and outreach programs. Katey Pelican, John Deen University of Minnesota Co-Leads, USAID RESPOND Project One Health Conference, Davos, Switzerland November 2013 Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    2. 2. Ecosystem Health Initiative • • • • • • • Katey Pelican Julia Ponder Pat Redig Nick Phelps Meggan Craft Dominic Travis Michelle Willette • • • • • • • Mac Farnham Michael Mahero Serge Nzietchueng Innocent Rwego Karin Hamilton Stacie Robinson Jennifer Reynolds
    3. 3. Grand Challenges World-wide
    4. 4. Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    5. 5. Creating a global platform through One Health University Networks Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    6. 6. The TEAM professional 1. You must be good at something first- expertise gives you a seat at the table 2. You must be able to see the big picture-holistic, systems based approach 3. You must have team-based skills-communication, project management, leadership 4. Get to work!! Sensitization is good, work is better 5. You must measure, evaluate, learn and share knowledge – – Continuous improvement PUBLISH successes and failures Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    7. 7. • • • • One Health: A Revolution in Education New methods in the classroom Real life work and field-based training New skills and career paths New Partnerships o Community o Government Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY 7
    8. 8. New Methods in the Classroom Case based teaching Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY 8
    9. 9. Immersion Field-based Courses Engaging Intergovernmental Organizations Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    10. 10. Real Life Work and Field-Based Training Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY 10
    11. 11. Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    12. 12. New Skills and Career Paths Economic Value Proposition and Social Value Proposition Social Entrepreneurs hip Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY 12
    13. 13. Student business ideas • • • • • Bilharzia control/prevention Clean slaughter Lumpy Skin Disease vaccination Animal diagnostics Nutritional supplements to mitigate post-harvest food loss and improve food security • Fuel from waste briquettes • Bio Sand Filters for water Emerging Pandemic Threats Program • 13 PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    14. 14. Create and Mentor One Health Student Clubs First in Rwanda - over 100 students from 5 disciplines. i. ii. iii. To support the One Health Initiative through organized involvement and collaboration with the environmental, public, and animal health communities. To strive to improve communication, encourage collaboration, and enhance Integration of animal, human, and environmental health for the benefit of all. To support programs that endeavor to reduce human and animal disease and disability and improve human and animal population well-being. Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    15. 15. Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    16. 16. OHCEA Countr y Coordinating Committees Representation by Countr y Ethiopia: •Mekelle University Vet School, SPH •Jimma University Vet School, SPH •Ministry of Agriculture •Ministry of Health •Wildlife Conservation Authority •Environmental Protection Authority •Ethiopian Public Health Association •Ethiopian Veterinary Association •Ministry of Education •Health and Nutrition Institute DRC: •University of Kinshasa SPH •University of Lubumbashi Vet School •Ministry of Higher Education •Ministry of Agriculture •Ministry of Health •Ministry of Internal Affairs and Security •Ministry of Environment, Conservation & Tourism •Ministry of Communication and Media •Ministry of Primary, Secondary and Vocational Education •One Health Federation Kenya: •Moi University SPH •University of Nairobi SPH •University of Nairobi FVM •Kenya Wildlife Services •Ministry of Livestock Development •Kenya Medical Research Institute •Ministry of Public Health and Samitation •National Environment Management Authority Uganda: Rwanda: •National University of Rwanda SPH, Med School •Umutara Polytechnic FVM •Ministry of Health •Ministry of Agriculture •Rwanda Environment Authority •Rwanda Development Board •Red Cross Society •Rwanda Agricultural Board Tanzania: •Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries •Ministry of Health and Social Welfare •Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Cooperative •Ministry of Education and Vocational Training •Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute •Ministry of Natural Resources •Prime Minister office •Muhimbili SPH &SS •Sokoine University of Agriculture-FVM •Ministry of Agriculture •Ministry of Education •Ministry of Health •Uganda Wildlife Authority •Prime Minister’s Office •Makerere University SPH •Makerere University COVAB •Makerere University Dept of Nursing •National Environmental Management Authority Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    17. 17. Outcomes • Students with skills to succeed in workforce. • A workforce that fosters a SUPER TEAM approach • Improved capacity across sectors to manage health threats that cross human, animal and environmental disciplines including emerging pandemic disease; • A closer synergy between government, country and community needs and universitybased research, education and outreach activities. Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    18. 18. Acknowledgments •OHCEA and SEAOHUN Colleagues •OHCEA •USAID Emerging Pandemic Threats Program Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY
    19. 19. Emerging Pandemic Threats Program PREDICT • RESPOND • PREVENT • IDENTIFY

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