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Participation in SEAOHUN Regional ToT: One Health Problem Based Book

One Health is the collaborative effort of multiple disciplines to attain optimal health for people, animals and environment. Problem Based Learning is one of many learning methods that can be used to teach One Health topic. To increase the capacity of lecturer using Problem Based Learning method, the Southeast Asia One Health University Network (SEAOHUN) organized an event namely Regional Training of Trainers: One Health Problem Based Book.

 

Trainers and Participants of ToT: One Health Problem Based Learning

Trainers and Participants of ToT: One Health Problem Based Book

 

The training was held in Hilton Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia on 9th until 12th August 2017. The participants were from Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand. From Indonesia, there were four participants, one of them was Drh. Dordia Anindita Rotinsulu, MSi from the Department of Animal Infectious Diseases and Veterinary Public Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bogor Agricultural Univesity.

The trainers and facilitators on this event were  Prof. Dr. Greg Sales (University of Minnesota), Dr. Hellen Amuguni (Tufts University), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Suri Arshad (University Putra Malaysia) and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jalila Abu (University Putra Malaysia). The participants received many valuables information and experiences.

Indonesian Participants and Trainers of One Health PBL

Indonesian Participants and Trainers of One Health Problem Based Book

The event was held for four days. On the first day, the participants registered to the workshop. On the second day, the training topics were about (1) Introduction to One Health Workforce (OHW) and One Health: drivers of Disease Emergence; Facilitating Learning: What, How, Why; Problem Based Learning-Student Centered: What, How and Why, (2) The Anatomy of Problem Based Learning (PBL), (3) How to develop PBL Cases, and (4) Working Trough PBL case real. On the third day, the training topics were about (1) Problem Based Learning Facilitator Training, Introduction to One Health Problem Based Facilitation- do’s and don’ts, (2) PBL Facilitator Training, and (3) Planning the way forward for teaching and learning of OH among regional OHUN’S using PBL cases. On the fourth day, the participants did a Country Presentations: PBL Execution Plan and PBL Support Requirements.

This workshop increased the capacity building of the participants about how to deliver One Health topic using Problem Based Learning methods for university students.

 

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