MOOC on Global Health at the Human Animal Ecosystem Interface


With a highly interdisciplinary and international approach and with more than 30 experts from 20 institutions including the University of Geneva, Institut Pasteur, University of Montreal, World Health Organisation etc., this MOOC addresses over 5 weeks some major current challenges in Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface: Zoonotic emerging infections, antimicrobial resistance, rabies, snakebite etc. are extensively covered bringing some of the latest scientific evidence, concepts and tools.

This MOOC stresses on the importance of cross-sectoral approaches such as One Health, Eco-Health and Planetary Health in the SDGs era and will set an interesting ground for innovative thinking and discussions between students and experts from very different fields. It is open and free to follow, and available in English, French and Chinese, for the first time at the University of Geneva!

If you register in the first cohort (between 20th and 25th March) and you perform great during the course, you could join for free an innovative workshop on One Health in Geneva (Institute of Global Health) and Basel (Swiss TPH)! (full details in the MOOC). What are you waiting for?

This MOOC was produced in partnership between the University of Geneva, Institute Pasteur and its global network, the Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health Paris-Berlin/Université Paris Descartes, University of Montreal, and thanks to the excellent contribution by experts from other institutions based in Geneva and beyond.

Link to the course webpage  

Link to the teaser

20 mars 2017