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Linking Veterinary and Human Public Health Education: Collaborations at the University of Tennessee
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education (2008)
  • Nancy E Howell
  • C F Hamilton
  • William J Kelch
  • John C. New, Jr., University of Tennessee - Knoxville
  • James J Brace
  • Linda F Lane
Abstract

The increasing demand for veterinarians in public health has created an environment for innovative educational approaches, providing opportunities for veterinary students to gain additional education in public health. At the University of Tennessee, this environment has enabled a collaboration between the College of Veterinary Medicine and the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences to establish a veterinary concentration in an existing Master of Public Health degree program. The veterinary public-health concentration was approved in 2004. In addition, other courses and initiatives have been developed at the College of Veterinary Medicine, creating stronger collaborations with academic units and public-health professionals.

Publication Date
Summer 2008
Citation Information
Nancy E Howell, C F Hamilton, William J Kelch, John C. New, et al.. "Linking Veterinary and Human Public Health Education: Collaborations at the University of Tennessee" Journal of Veterinary Medical Education Vol. 35 Iss. 2 (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_new1/4/