In addition to these resources, the One Health Center has also announced the 2020 Circular Health Program: Interdisciplinary Convergence Intiative. This project will focus on analyzing data generated from the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more by clicking the button below.
Our latest COVID-19 Seminar saw Director Ilaria Capua providing a brief overview of the pandemic looking at the global situation/response, and Dr. Sonja Rasmussen giving insight into the clinical side of the crisis.
In this unprecedented time that we are living, we are asked to adjust our plans, get comfortable with the uncomfortable, and become responsibly informed of our present. Who is SHE? Resilient Women during the COVID-19 Pandemic is going to be a virtual space where we can learn of some of the many women who are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
In collaboration with Rai2 Italian Radio, the One Health Center has put together a fun video on hand washing. During an interview, Director Ilaria Capua recomended the station create a jingle for listeners to wash their hands to. Once recorded, we filmed students from our graduate Systems Thinking course washing their hands along to the music. Check it out below! English subtitles available.
When discussing the COVID-19 outbreak, it is important to use language responsibly. The new Contagious Words series defines the buzzwords and terminology dominating today's conversation. A new word is added every day, so be sure to check out the ongoing thread on Twitter here.
The Talking Biotech Podcast (hosted by UF Professor and Horticultural Sciences Department Chairman Dr. Kevin Folta) seeks to connect listeners with the problems we face as a people and planet, and then provide compelling interviews with the world’s experts to solve those problems. This episode features Dr. Ilaria Capua and covers her past, as well as her expert opinion of COVID-19's origins, risks and concerns. Listen here.
Dr. Ilaria Capua gave a talk at the Change the World Model United Nations event in New York City in March, 2019 on science and populism. This talk reflects how pandemics, such as COVID-19, are handled within populism and the impact these events have on our society economically and socially.
In this TEDx Talk, Dr. Capua explains the systems in place to respond to pandemics, how to improve these systems, and how we as everyday citizens can help prepare and react to public health crisis. English subtitles available.