Students for One Health Club
The Students for One Health work across disciplinary boundaries to recognize the interconnectedness of humans, animals and their environments. Through education and service at UC Davis and around the world, students advocate on behalf of the One Health approach through global and domestic health projects that impact communities, public health and human-animal interactions as a whole.
One Health Symposium - August 24, 2014
The Students for One Health Club is proud to present an interdisciplinary look at diabetes, cancer, infectious diseases, and other topics that affect medical and veterinary professionals, scientists, and the community. For more information, click here.
One Health Nicaragua
The Students for One Health are working to bring sustainable healthcare and economic development to the people and animals of Sabana Grande, Nicaragua. The overarching mission is to foster a One Health approach to international outreach by establishing an evidence based, interdisciplinary community health project and research platform. Read more.
Knight's Landing Clinic
The Students for One Health run a veterinary clinic alongside a medical clinic in the underserved community of Knights Landing, California, where they are fostering an ongoing discussion about One Health. The goal of the project is to improve animal health in the community, because this impacts human health and well-being. Read more