One Health and Parasites in Animals

Date(s) - 13/11/2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm


MTU North Campus, Tralee (Kerry Sports Academy)

One Health looks at the relationships between human health, animal health and environmental health.

The One Health idea is to have healthy animals, healthy humans and a healthy environment and to keep these in balance. Many infectious diseases in human health have originated in animals.

This workshop will look at the One Health concept with a focus on animal health and parasites.

Targeted at children 5 to 16 although open to all. Four sessions of 30 minutes will be held each with twelve attendees.


Safety remains out highest priority at MTU and we wish to inform guests who are planning to attend the onsite events at MTU as part of Kerry Science Week that guidelines in place for indoor events following the publication of public health measures that came into place on Friday, 22 October, will apply to all activities. We will continue to monitor the situation and align to the latest guidance from Government.


We will require the production of EY Digital COVID Certificate for all attendees over the age of 16. This includes accompanying parents and guardians.
All visitors to the campus over the age of 12 years are required to wear masks.
Visitors over the age of 18 will be required to provide contact tracing details. Contact name and telephone number are required and will be securely retained for 28 days and will be compliant with GDPR.
All on-campus events/workshops require advance registration and only those in possession of a valid ticket will be permitted to attend

To protect ourselves and others, we ask that all visitors adhere to all the public health behaviours that keep us and our loved ones safe – these include hand hygiene, physical distancing, and face coverings when moving through indoor spaces.

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