The Centre Virchow-Villermé, the University of Geneva, the Institute Pasteur, and the University of Montreal present their new interdisciplinary MOOC “Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface”. The objective of this course is first to raise awareness on the interlinkages between human-animal-ecosystem health and then promote the application of the “One Health” approach for the prevention and control of diseases in global health.
More than 30 experts from 20 leading institutions are involved in this MOOC, including the University of Geneva, the Institute Pasteur, and the World Health Organization.
Join this MOOC on the Coursera platform! It is free and available in English, French and Chinese. Registration for the first cohort is opened until March 25th. If you’re part of the first cohort, you’ll have the opportunity to be selected to join the MOOC team in Geneva and Basel in July 2017 and take part in an innovative workshop for free. Otherwise, you can also join the next cohorts that will be launched every month.