Online courses with videos for the field of veteri..
Online courses with videos for the field of veterinary communication dealing with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases transferable from animals to humans
Date du début: 1 oct. 2016,
Date de fin: 31 mars 2019
In the current context that includes but is not limited to the warming up phenomena, the transnational and transcontinental mobility of the work force, the economic and political emigration and migration, the racial mix up, etc. the project develop specialised research and identify the most encountered infectious disease transmitted from non-human animals to humans (zoonoses). Zoonotic diseases represent one of the leading causes of illness and death from infectious disease. International organizations and associations have drawn attention to three major health risks: malaria and dirofilariasis. The World Health Organization and the World Bank rank malaria as a major public health problem in parts of Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and the Pacific. More than a million people die of malaria each year; although malaria is a preventable disease, a child dies of malaria every 30 seconds. Each year at least 2 million people become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics and at least 23,000 people die each year as a direct result of these infections. Over 23% of dogs on EU are the hosts of dirofilaria, which causes pulmonary dirofilariasis in humans. In an effort to increase the knowledge and understanding of current and probable future public health significance infectious disease transmitted from non-human animals to humans, a consortium of 4 countries (Romania, Croatia, Lithuania and Italy) proposed the ZoonosesOnlineEducation project. The project aims to create open digital educational resources in the field of veterinary medicine based on developing innovative guidelines on zoonotic diseases study and veterinary, medical, pedagogical, linguistic and raise awareness intervention related to identify, monitor and control malaria & dirofilaria, useful for the academic, professional & general beneficiaries.Project brings together 5 educational sectors, all with impact in 5 different end beneficiaries groups:- Veterinary medicine: O1 – Analysis on zoonoses state of arts; O2 – Study on best practices on zoonoses interventions; O3 - Guide of main infectious diseases transmitted from non-human animals to humans; O4 – Videos capturing zoonoses bio-manipulation in simulation centers; O6 - Open Online Course on Zoonoses; O7 – ZoonosesOnlineEducation Kit; for students, lectures, professionals & institutions in veterinary field- Human medicine: O9 – Protocol on epidemiological monitoring and disease control in public health practice; for students, lectures, professionals & institutions in medicine- Pedagogy-education: O8 - Handbook of pedagogical guidelines on health education; for students – future teachers, teachers, pupils aged 6-12, parents- Languages: O5 – Interdisciplinary pedagogical resource (Medical communication linguistic resources); O6 - Open online course on veterinary communication; for students, lectures, professionals & institutions in languages - Raise awareness - O10 – ZoonosesOnlineEducation IT tool – public and institutions at largeSpecific objectives:- Development of a state of art research on the national analysis of malaria&dirofilaria, including literature research, indirect interviews with specialists, identification of examples of best practices on zoonoses education, delivered in the first year of the project in all the partners’ countries.- Creation of a guide and an open online course guide of main infectious disease transmitted from non-human animals to humans, including videos capturing zoonoses bio-manipulation in simulation centers, in the second year of the project, useful for academic and professionals in veterinary.- Creation of a guide and an open online course on medical communication, including the video processing from linguistic/ cultural / communication point of view, available in 6 languages, in the second year of the project, useful for academic and professionals in veterinary.- Organization of 2 rounds of training for a number or 15 trainers and 80 students in veterinary filed, with the aim to pilot the 2 open online courses created, in the last year of the project.- Development of pedagogical guidelines & piloting activities in schools for teaching/learning of children aged 6-12 (including educators and parents), in the last year of the project.- Creation of synergies between the human and veterinary medicine in elaboration of a protocol on epidemiological monitoring and disease control in public health practice, useful for academic and professionals in medicine, in the last 2 years of the project.- Development of a free portal with educational tools related to prevention, diagnosis & treatment of diseases transferable from animals to humans & raise awareness on the consequences of the infectious disease, including educational tools & attractive educational materials on health education, useful for the academic, professional & general beneficiaries.
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