Part of our mission at the Center for One Health Research is to educate healthcare workers, veterinary workers, environmental scientists, and other who live and work at the human-animal-environment interface about One Health.

Click on the links below to read more about our training projects.


How the UW MPH Practicum gives students real-world experience in a career in Public Health. Watch the video on the MPH Practicum Symposium.


Occupational Health at the Human-Animal Interface (OHHAI) training program as part of a Masters of Public Health degree in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Sciences.


Starting in 2015 COHR, in conjuction with other departments in the UW School of Public Health, presented a combined undergraduate/graduate course titled: ONE HEALTH: Human and Animal Health in a Changing Environment.


COHR participates in an exchange program with the Universidade Federal de Viçosa (UFV) in Brazil for PhD students interested in the topics of One Health.


COHR is involved in training healthcare workers about service and emotional support animals. (more information coming soon)