Resources for Public Health Educators - One Health Commission

Resources for Public Health Educators

Preface

 

The following is a list of resources meant to help educators of Masters in Public Health (MPH) programs teach foundational learning objective #12 of Council on Education for Public Health’s (CEPH’s) 2016 accreditation criteria:

 

"Explain an ecological perspective on the connections among human health, animal health and ecosystem health (eg, One Health)."

 

More information can be found on pages 16, 30, 33, and 35 of CEPH’s 2016 accreditation criteria. The following resources are not necessarily exclusive to CEPH-accredited programs. In fact, many educators may find them useful.

 

This resource aims to work with your needs; It aims to help integrate One Health (OH) principles and thinking into what is already being taught. The resources below are suggested ways to incorporate OH into the MPH Core Competency model. They have been curated to synergize with MPH core curricula, as well as program electives and selectives. Resources may be listed in multiple categories.

 

 

One Health education resources listed by MPH core competency

 

In addition to the documents linked below, the resources are listed on our webpage here:

Biostatistics

Environmental Health Sciences

Epidemiology

Health Policy & Management

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Communication & Informatics

Diversity & Culture

Leadership & Professionalism

Public Health Biology

Program Planning

Systems Thinking

Additional Resources

 

 

As mentioned above, this resource is structured around the ASPPH core competencies. A parallel resource document, formatted around the University of Washington’s Center for One Health Research ECOHAB framework, is also available. ECOHAB (Exposure, Comparative, Occupational, Human-Animal Bond, Agriculture and Food, and Biodiversity) is an acronym for the One Health connections between Human, Animal, and Ecosystem Health.

The resources compiled here also consider frameworks used in several Masters in One Health programs. (See also) There are many scholarly works attempting to harmonize such frameworks of OH education and these publications have been consulted as well. Educators in Masters of Global Health or Veterinary Public Health programs may also find this compilation of resources useful. The latter may find the environmentally-focused sections particularly useful.,

A number of materials included here were created by Southeast Asia’s and Africa’s OH university networks (SEAOHUN & AFROHUN, respectively) in collaboration with USAID. They are made freely available with proper attribution. Also included are resources compiled by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH).

This resource is structured in accordance with the results of a survey of public health administrators and faculty indicating the types of resources preferred by and for educators in MPH programs.

Please contact neil.vezeau@gmail.com with any questions, comments, suggestions, corrections, or to report broken links.

NOTE: These materials were curated and this webpage created by Neil Vezeau as part of his 2021 Masters in Public Health Capstone Project. Neither Neil Vezeau, nor any other creator(s) of this resource, claim ownership of works cited, hyperlinked, or otherwise included herewithin. Copyrights of such works belong to their respective owners. The inclusion of links to such works in this resource is covered by fair use doctrine under United States law.

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