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The University of Geneva, Institute Pasteur, University of Montreal and Centre Virchow-Villermé/University Paris Descartes welcome you to this MOOC on "Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface"! Over the next 8 weeks, you will explore and learn about some of the major and current Global Health Challenges at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface: zoonotic emerging infections (e.g. Ebola, Nipah, MERS, Avian Influenza), antimicrobial resistance, neglected tropical diseases (e.g. rabies, leishmaniasis, zoonotic TB), snakebite and other human-animal conflicts etc. You will learn new concepts from the field of epidemiology, social anthropology, disease ecology, veterinary sciences, global health policy etc. and approaches such as One Health, Eco-Health and Planetary Health. Also, you will learn about innovative tools and frameworks used to study and tackle some of these Global Health challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals era. This MOOC proposes you a dynamic, international and interdisciplinary programme based on the One Health approach (human-animal-environmental dimensions) and involving more than 30 top experts from more than 20 academic and research institutions and international organisations based in Geneva, Paris, Montreal and the world. Policy makers from the World Health Organisation, clinicians from the University Hospitals of Geneva, epidemiologists from Institut Pasteur etc. will share with you their knowledge and experiences all along this MOOC. Video-lectures have been filmed in different parts of the world and settings (from the field to the lab and office) and will be combined with the latest open readings and interactive activities in the discussion forum, video-conferences etc. This MOOC keeps evolving and enriching actively over time and two new sections on "Health Benefits at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface" and "Management of Ecosystems under Global Changes: Implication for Human Health" have been added in May 2018. This latter section was developed in close collaboration with experts from World Health Organisation and the Convention on Biological Diversity and is introduced by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. The development of this MOOC was led by Dr. Rafael Ruiz de Castañeda, Dr. Isabelle Bolon and Prof. Antoine Flahault from the Institute of Global Health of the University of Geneva. The list of instructors is completed by Prof. Arnaud Fontanet (Institut Pasteur) and Prof. André Ravel (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Montreal). Watch our teaser here and let’s get started! (with subtitles in French and in Chinese)...

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23 de jul. de 2018

Amazing course! So recomended for everyone that works in te health field. Te lessons were so comprehensive as well as interesting. And the information sharde was invaluable. I am so happy to did it!


19 de mar. de 2021

I has covered a wide range of topics. it effectively demonstrated the links between the many actors on the global scale. It is important to keep building on these linkages to improve world health.

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6 de ene. de 2021

I am really glad to complete this course. The course is really informative on the health and situations surrounding it especially with the current challenge of COVID-19. I am really hopeful that I can proceed to the next level in this study.


7 de sep. de 2017

Ce cours est super. Il permet réellement de comprendre le Concept de Onehealth avec ses spécificités et son champs d'applications. Il est un un peu long mais très digest. Bravo aux concepteurs de ce Mooc.

por Hasnain A

5 de jun. de 2020

A very informative course for those who are interested in learning about One Health, Public Health & collaborative efforts to develop a sustainable global health system.

por Janine R

30 de nov. de 2020

Very interesting course that covers a range of topics in terms of the linkage between human and animal health, as well as human and animal health and biodiversity loss.

por Francesca H

18 de may. de 2020

Really enjoyed the course and learnt a lot, but it would be better if I could see what I got wrong after the final submission of graded quizzes.

por Aungshuman D G

17 de ago. de 2020

I got to learn many different pieces of information about global health in this course.

por fayez a f a

24 de abr. de 2017

very comprehensive course. I recommend this course for everybody

por Brice F

21 de ene. de 2021


por Małgorzata O

19 de nov. de 2018

Basic knowldge about global health,

por Ayla N

9 de jun. de 2020

A good overview of the challenges from our global health system at this current stage. Nice coverage of global issues, and good articles to read.

Questions sometimes came across ambiguous, but otherwise well set out.

por Arthur M

25 de may. de 2022

More in-depth lectures and less readings would greatly improve the course

por Saula C

12 de jul. de 2018

Very interesting course, big picture about One Health. Recommended!

por Pozdnyakova Y

7 de ago. de 2020

Content course - great! But the assignments of the third and fourth weeks are terrible! Unable to view incorrect answers. The questions are very vague. This is the most painful course because of the assignments. If you choose, prepare your nerves.

por Viola B

15 de mar. de 2021


I'm facing some difficulties related to the course:

Lessons given in franglish and incapability to look at the "errors" after the quiz. Incapability to deal with deadlines. Impossibility to progress with the material.

Would it be possible to find the 3rd way to improve both the content and my outcomes correcting the wrong answers?

Kind regards,

Viola Banaj

por Suresh G

23 de ago. de 2021

P​oorly designed. Not having a lead instructor or someone who contextualizes the content is not expected. Not everyone is a scientist to do own research and learn. Having a large number of speakers is not helpful. Sorry to abandon this course that otherwise did look promising,