2023-2024 One Book One Campus Activities

 

This will be the seventh year of the One Book One Campus program organized by the CU Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (CU CIPE).  This program is designed to bring students and campus community members together across professions around shared and relevant health care related issues.  

We’re excited to announce this fall’s One Book One Campus selectionorganized by the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (CU CIPE). This year the book will be What the Eyes Don’t See by Mona Hanna-AttishaThe book is her eye-opening and inspiring account of the Flint, Michigan water crisis. It highlights a number of themes relevant to health care - structural factors contributing to health inequity, the power of interprofessional teamwork, and the concept of One Health.

OBOC: What the Eyes Don't See by Mona Hanna-Attisha

Author presentation (co-sponsored by the Strauss Health Sciences Library, the Colorado School of Public Health, the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement, the Center for Bioethics and Humanities, and the School of Medicine’s UME and DEI operations.

Watch for the new author visit date in Spring 2024 (to be announced soon). 

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What the Eyes Don't See by Mona Hanna-Attisha Book Discussions

Please join us for PIZZA and additional discussions of What the Eyes Don't See by Mona Hanna-Attisha in the Library Tower room (3rd floor).

Don't worry if you haven't had a chance to read or to finish the book - there is a lot to talk about!

 

 

Other Activities in this year's theme of "One Health"

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What is ‘One Health’?

A One Health approach promotes collaboration, communication, and coordination among healthcare providers across human, animal, and environmental health to enhance the well-being of both people and animals. At the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, we can better prepare our health professions students to address the complex healthcare problems that society and the planet face by raising awareness of the One Health approach. An interprofessional approach extending to experts in fields such as public health, veterinary medicine, and climate science is necessary. We must work together to gain insights into and address health threats from the spread of diseases to pollution to global warming and beyond

Finished Events

Climate Changes Health - Kristie Ebi (Dean’s Distinguished Speaker series)
  • When: September 12, 4pm
  • Where: RC1, Hensel Phelps West Auditorium. It will also be broadcast via webinar.
  • Registration: no sign-up required

 

CU Anschutz Food Pantry Drive 

  • When: September 18-29
  • Where: Look for bins in education buildings on campus
  • What:
    • Nonperishable food items​
    • Pet food​
    • Sunscreen

A Rights-Based Approach to a New Era for Healthcare: Justice in Research, Medicine, and Public Health - Hope Ferdowsian (sponsored by the Center for Bioethics and Humanities)

Global One Health Day - Join Colorado State University's One Health Institute                                                                                                               "Connecting Air, Land, and Water," highlights the importance of One Health collaboration to solve complex challenges that span local, regional, and international landscapes.

  • When: November 3, 4-7pm 
  • Where: CSU Canvas Stadium Club, Level 4 in Fort Collins. 
  • Register: Here

Climate Medicine Grand Rounds​: "Human Health and Healthy Environments" Dr. Phil Landrigan, a pediatrician/epidemiologist on air quality and environmental justice briefly mentioned in What the Eyes Don’t See for his work removing lead from gasoline in the '70s. (sponsored by the Climate and Health Program)

 

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