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N9712 - Zoonotic Diseases-When Animal Diseases Spill Over to Humans

Zoonotic diseases are the number one group of animal diseases that have been responsible for millions of deaths worldwide. SARS, HIV/AIDS, Ebola, and MERS are examples. Future forecasting is key to prevention, and new techniques will be examined. For animal owners, agricultural workers, nurses, vet techs, public health professionals and others. The instructor is a Registered Nurse with an Master of Science from Long Island University and New Jersey Institute of Technology, and is a member of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2 sessions

Start Date - End Date Location Price
Thu, Mar 1, 2018 - Thu, Mar 8 Newburgh $39.00

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Start Date End Date Days Start Time - End Time Sessions Total Hours Semester
Thu, Mar 1, 2018 Thu, Mar 8 Thu 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 2 4 Spring
Location Building Room Instructor(s)
Newburgh Kaplan Hall 206 Albarino, J.
To find out more, please call Or email
(845) 341-9548 brenda.capuano@sunyorange.edu

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