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Open to a world of possibilities - One Health in Edinburgh

On the eve of the 2020 World One Health Congress, the University of Edinburgh has launched an online showcase of our One Health approach to improving livelihoods around the world.

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One Health is a multi-disciplinary approach that recognises the interconnections between people, animals, plants and their shared environment.

Our work exploring complex relationships between human, animal and environmental health, and the economic and social factors that underpin these.

One Health at the University of Edinburgh

Our commitment to multidisciplinary working is seen through the work of our world leading Global Academies and research centres, including Edinburgh Infectious Diseases. Collaboration is key and the impact from our research influences global policy and contributes to saving lives.

We provide training to equip people with the skills needed to respond to emerging One Health issues through our degree programmes and short professional courses. We have long-standing expertise in online delivery to enable wide access to professional training regardless of your location.

Read our blog for more about our work in One Health.

One Health Blog

6th World One Health Congress - virtual edition

If you are attending the World One Health Congress 30 October - 3 November 2020, or accessing the online resources after the live-event has finished please visit the University of Edinburgh Hub, with more information about our One Health people and projects.

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