We are excited to invite you to explore the dynamic and interdisciplinary world of One Health in our upcoming two-module (onsite and online) course with a focus in Northern Communities and Ecosystems. The modules are jointly organized by UiT The Arctic University of Norway (UiT), University of South-Eastern Norway (USN), Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN), University of Oulu (UOulu) and University of Faroe Islands (Setur) with support from the University of the Arctic (UArctic) and its Thematic Network on Health and Well-being in the Arctic.

Registration deadline: 15 March 2024

More information about the course and application here: https://www.inn.no/english/about-inn-university/faculty-of-applied-ecology-agricultural-sciences-a/news-from-alb/one-health-kurs-evenstad/

and here https://www.uarctic.org/news/2024/2/registration-open-for-a-multidisciplinary-postgraduate-10-ects-course-on-one-health-in-northern-communities-and-ecosystems/

For more information contact Javier (javier.s.romano@uit.no)

About the modules

The on-site module (5 ECTS) will be project-based and will take place at Campus Evenstad, INN. Students will work with real-world challenges through case studies, focusing on Northern communities and ecosystems. The course preparation will include a range of literature, ensuring a well-rounded foundation even for students with basic understanding of One Health.

The online module (5 ECTS) will offer comprehensive coverage of One Health in Northern communities. Students can join from anywhere and explore critical aspects of One Health such as food and water safety, zoonoses control, or contamination. This format is perfect for students seeking flexible learning options while engaging in transdisciplinary dialogue and problem-solving.