Activities at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) on the One Health Day focus on raising awareness, seeking a common understanding about the One Health approach, and disseminating One Health work conducted at the RVC.
Information about the International One Healthy Day is published on RVC social media, high-screens located in public areas at both RVC campuses, and the learning management system. We use the public screens in common areas to show the great diversity of RVC One Health activities in education and research conducted by undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as staff members.
One of the many strands of research showcased at RVC includes a project on the persistence of avian influenza in Vietnam, which will be widely disseminated on the day.
Our MSc One Health students have prepared a vlog style video exploring what the term One Health means to them and their aspirations for the future.
The RVC Global Health Society students will interview students and staff on the 3rd of November to discuss peoples’ understanding of One Health and will upload key messages to twitter.
Finally, publicly available One Health resources including reflections on the role of animal health professionals in One Health will be shared on social media.