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A while ago, VSF International organized a conference for students in agronomy sciences and in veterinary and human medicine. The aim of the conference was to raise awareness on the importance of One Health to tackle issues such as climate change.
How do teachers, students and NGOS see One Health? We asked them this question during the “One Health and Climate Change day” organised in October 2019 in collaboration with the universtiy of Liège and Eclosio At that time, we brought together 250 Master’s students of public health, veterinary medicine and agronomy to discuss with science experts and NGOs the need for interdisciplinarity in health care considering the challenges of climate change.