AVMA One Health Webinar

AVMA One Health Webinar

What it takes to build a career in one health. March 13 12:00 p.m. CDT
What it Takes to Build a Career in One HealthJoin the AVMA Veterinary Career Center on Wednesday, March 13, for a free, one-hour webinar to learn about core educational competencies, training, and career opportunities in the One Health arena. Dr. Eri Togami, One Health fellow at the One Health Institute at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, will share findings from the One Health Action Collaborative’s research and from a global survey of more than 800 students, graduates, workers, and employers in the field of One Health.

You will learn about:

  • Training, competencies, and skills needed when considering a career in One Health
  • What One Health workers do and the organizations they work for
  • Current jobs in One Health and how to find them
  • Ongoing workforce development in the One Health field

Earn 1 hour of CE credit for attending this live webinar. The webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing, but CE credit is available only for live attendees. Space is limited; reserve your seat today.

TITLE: What it Takes to Build a Career in One Health

DATE: Wednesday, March 13

TIME: Noon – 1:00pm Central Time

CE Credit: 1 hour

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About the speaker:

Dr. Eri Togami is a One Health fellow at the One Health Institute, School of Veterinary Medicine at UC Davis, where she addresses global health challenges at the animal, human, and environmental interface. Her current work focuses on PREDICT, a viral emergence early warning project that is part of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Emerging Pandemic Threats Program. She also is involved with the Global Virome Project, which aims to characterize the majority of the earth’s zoonotic viruses. Dr. Togami also serves as subcommittee member and staff of the U.S. National Academies’ One Health Action Collaborative.

Originally from Tokyo, Dr. Togami studied veterinary medicine at Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University in Japan, and earned her Master of Public Health in infectious disease epidemiology at Yale School of Public Health. Dr. Togami worked as an intern at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Fiji and later as a consultant at WHO Western Pacific Regional Office in the Philippines, supporting emerging infectious disease surveillance and outbreak response in the Asia and Pacific region.