Leveraging Human, Animal, and Environmental Health Partners to Keep Michigan Healthy
A dynamic educational discussion-based series with Infectious Disease Experts and Veterinarians
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TOPICS BY DATE*:
- Feb 28: Introduction to One Health (Registration Now Open)
- March 28: Bovine Tuberculosis: Deer, Cattle, and now Humans
- April 25: Lyme Disease: Information to Know
- May 30: More on Tickborne Diseases
- June 27: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Wild Birds and Mammals
- July 25: Rabies: A Deadly Zoonosis Requiring a One Health Approach
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Michigan Center for Rural Health (MCRH) and Public Health Prepared have teamed up to create a Project ECHO (a discussion-based learning series) focused on “One Health: Leveraging Human, Animal, and Environmental Health Partners to Keep Michigan Healthy”. One Health is the idea that people's health is connected to the health of animals and our shared environment.
One of the primary goals is to bring together unlikely partners: veterinarians, agriculture, healthcare providers, and public health, to this program and discuss how we can partner for the shared outcome of better health. The series offers CME (physicians/nurses) credits, CHES credits, with a plan to offer NEHA for environmental health credits (details forthcoming).
The sessions start February 28th from 12-1 pm EST and will be held on the last Tuesday of the month until July. We would like to encourage continued participation in each session but is not required. We will have registration per individual session and participants will receive CE credits per attended session.
The next set of registrations will be out shortly!
If you have any questions about the program or series please reach out to Renee Calkins, MCRH Education Manager, at email@example.com.