MSc One Health Degree at RUSVM
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine is committed to a One Health, transdisciplinary approach to understanding and sustainably reducing the burden of zoonoses. Zoonoses and other diseases affecting livestock production and health can have serious impacts on the economic growth, health and food security and alleviation of poverty in tropical and resource constrained countries.
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One Health, One Caribbean, One Love Project
Clean beaches, happy children, vibrant reefs, prosperous communities.This is the ideal portrait of a healthy Caribbean. Good health is a state we all want to attain and sustain, whether for ourselves, the animals we farm, the birds in the forest or the reefs in the sea.Understandably, we typically address these disparate subjects as distinct health issues.Yet, as small island nations linked intimately with the sea, land and one another,the health of people, landscapes, communities, animals, seas and economies should not be separated.
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Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Opens Research and Pathology Building
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) announced the opening of its Research and Pathology Building to further enhance its research capabilities on St. Kitts, in the Caribbean, and globally. The 19,000 square-foot structure will facilitate multidisciplinary research collaborations and provide an academic platform for students and faculty to address pressing One Health issues — the interconnectivity of animal, human and environmental health.