One Health Symposium

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One Health Symposium

The annual One Health Symposium is hosted by the One Health Institute and Students for One Health in the School of Veterinary Medicine. This event explores current issues and themes impacting the health of animals, people, plants and the environment. Veterinarians, physicians, public health officials, scientists, students and staff join roundtable discussions, network and learn about student research projects in One Health.

6th Annual One Health Symposium:

November 2, 2019

UC Davis Health, Education Building
4610 X Street
Sacramento, CA 95817

The 6th Annual One Health Symposium’s theme is Interfaces: One Health at Borders and Margins. This event will explore current issues and themes impacting the health of animals, people, plants and the environment. Veterinarians, physicians, public health officials, scientists, students and staff join roundtable discussions, network, and learn about student research projects in One Health. The One Health Symposium keynote is led by the Calvin Schwabe Lectureship speaker. This lectureship commemorates the pioneering One Health work of Calvin Schwabe, who helped strengthen the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s commitment to One Health by ensuring that future veterinarians integrate human, animal and ecosystem protection into their professional work.

The 2019 Calvin Schwabe Lectureship speaker is Christine Kreuder Johnson, Professor of Epidemiology and Ecosystem Health and Associate Director of the One Health Institute in the School of Veterinary Medicine at UC Davis where she directs the EpiCenter for Disease Dynamics. 

Cost:

DVM (with CE credit): onsite - $195; webinar - $95
RVT (with CE credit): onsite - $175; webinar - $95
Medical Professional: onsite - $195; webinar - $95
General Public: onsite - $145; webinar - $85
Students: $15
UC Davis Staff: $50

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