The University of Calgary’s One Health Summer Institute aims to provide learners an opportunity to explore the concept of One Health and to build on their disciplinary expertise. This will enable them to contribute meaningfully to transdisciplinary teams.
The courses are available to students from all levels and disciplines, and also to professionals and adult learners interested in One Health from around the world.
The Summer Institute consists of six theme-based courses. Each week will focus on one or two subject areas or themes: Foundations of One Health (May 31-June 4), Setting a Foundation for Community-Engaged Research with Indigenous Peoples (June 7), Waste/Wastewater (June 8-10), Introduction to Bioinformatics (June 14-16), Principles of Biostatistics (June 14-25) and Entrepreneurial Thinking in One Health (June 21-24).
Financial support to attend one or more courses is available via a bursary program. Application deadlines are staggered; the first being May 24th.