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The role of veterinarians in creating a better food safety

The role of veterinarians in creating a better food safety

The role of veterinarians in creating a better food safety

– Undergraduate course –

School: University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest
University department: Department of Food Chain Safety
Organiser: National Food Chain Safety Office
Course length: 15 lessons (1 semester)
Course credits: 2
Language: Hungarian
Course code: SAOEH03FK
Course availability: no pre-requisitements; not available to visiting students
Leading lecturer: Ákos Jóźwiak
Course contact person: Marcell Márton Tóth
Lecturers: Tamás Abonyi, Sarolta Barna, Lajos Bognár, Orsolya Dobo-Kiss, Ferenc Helik, Adrienn Farkas-Gyurcsó, Ákos Jóźwiak, Attila Nagy, Imre Nemes, Márton Oravecz, László Pallós, György Pleva, Attila Tirián

Course outlines:
Animal law
Animal welfare
Communication
Diplomacy and state administration
Food economy related anti-fraud policies
IT background of state administration
Laboratory analytics in food safety
Research, Developement & Innovation in food safety
Veterinary public health

Course aims:
To train students to perform their veterinary studies in the approach of One Health
To describe the issues of veterinary public health including zoonoses
To describe the changing roles of a veterinarian serving state administration
To encourage managerial and communication skills
To provide current information about career opportunities at the National Food Chain Safety Office


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