MPVM and MPH Talk: Paulina Zielinska DVM, MPVM, MPH
May 22, 2012 @ 12pm
Veterinary Public Health Organization and Students for One Health present Dr. Zielinska for a talk about her experience as a DVM with both a Masters in Preventative Veterinary Medicine and Masters in Public Health in the areas of global health and One Health. As a veterinarian with both degrees she offers a unique insight into the benefits of both programs and how she has been able to incorporate them into her career. As veterinarians are asked to be more and more at the forefront of emerging public health issues in both the domestic and international sectors, it benefits all areas of veterinary medicine to find additional forms of education in this area.
Sabana Grande One Health Project
May 26 - June 9, 2012
Sabana Grande, Nicaragua
The Sabana Grande One Health project involves veterinary, public health, and medical students working in a rural area of Nicaragua. The goal of the trip is to assess the animal health needs of the community and potentially use this information to develop and interdisciplinary health plan for the area.
International Development Workshop
May 12, 2012
D-Lab, UC Davis
Students for One Health has teamed up with the D-Lab for a one day crash course implementing projects and starting clinics abroad. The D-Lab group will open with a discussion and workshop session on topics such as aligning your project goals with the community needs, red tape and policy that everyone interested in working abroad should be aware of, paperwork, and other important topics with working in a foreign country. This is followed by a discussion on community assessment, disease containment, and the key things to know when starting up a clinic abroad. The workshop will end with a brainstorming session on how to combine the expertise of individuals from various backgrounds to create a sustainable and efficient project/clinic.
One Health Day
April 14, 2012
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
The Students for One Health invites UC-wide medical students to a one day veterinary experience that includes lectures, wet labs, and tours. Medical students will have the opportunity to ultrasound their 4 -legged companions, join in on a radiology discussion, partake in a cytology and parasitology lab, meet their veterinary colleagues, and much more. The event will be held on the Veterinary Medicine campus.
Frontiers in One Health Seminar
December 5, 2011
Valley Hall 1030
Dr. Barbara Natterson Horowitz, professor and cardiologist, UCLA School of Medicine, and Dr. Cheryl Scott will talk about ‘Zoobiquity’; What, Why, and How Zoobiquity was conceived. Hear about a species spanning approach to medicine and thoughts about practicing clinical “One Health”. Also Dr. Cynthia Cheung, Dr. Julio Lopez, and Dr. Kate Sulzner talk about the Zoobiquity Research Initiative, where veterinary and medical students work in tandem on One Health projects. And hear more about the upcoming Zoobiquity2 conference, in Sept 2012.
5th Annual Dog and Jog: Keep Fido Fit! Presented by UC Davis SCAVMA
October 15, 2011
UC Davis SVM Campus
SOH will be working with UC Davis SCAVMA to host the 5th annual Dog and Jog. This year’s theme is “Vector Borne Diseases”. For more information, please click here.
Global Grand Rounds: Discussion Panel “Challenges to Implementing Global Health Changes”
October 19, 2011
Kalmanovitz Court Room at UC Davis School of Law King Hall- 5:30-7:30
A panel of experts from diverse backgrounds will discuss their work in global health and the challenges that they have faced. The event will open with a reception, followed by a 10 minute presentation from each panelist, and then a Q&A with the audience. The event will be held in the Kalmanovitz Court Room at the UC Davis School of Law as well as be broadcasted live for remote viewing.
Belafsky and Marks Talk “One Love, One Heart, One Health”
May 23, 2011
Dr. Peter Belafsky of UC Davis School of Medicine and Dr. Stanley Marks of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine spoke of their decade long collaboration and the impact that they have made in both human and veterinary medicine. The talk was very successful and moved many of the audience members to tears. To access the talk, please follow the link:
Students for One Health Mixer
April 21, 2011
Students from different studies got together for a relaxing mixer to meet other like-minded, one health oriented individuals.