Wildlife Health and Diseases I

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Course Code: 
WHM 7102
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

The concept of wildlife health and diseases: in free living and captive animals;  in aquatic systems, genotype-environment interactions, health aspects of seasonal forage and/or nutrient fluctuations, adaptability.Disease patterns and pathogenesis: water and soil-borne, air-borne, food-borne, parasitic, non-infectious and infectious diseases and disorders.Health assessment, action and interventions: health assessment approaches e.g. Animal indicator concept; diagnostic tools, research and intervention economics, monitoring and surveillance.Principles of controlling diseases of wild animals (free living and captive) and aquatic; planning, implementation and evaluation of intervention measures. Public health concerns including issues related to nature-tourism, solving wildlife-agriculture conflicts.After this course the student should have learnt about: 

  •  Concept of wildlife heath and diseases
  •  Important wildlife diseases
  •  Skills for health assessment
  •  Principles of Wildlife health management
Learning Outcomes: 

Students should be able to:

  •  Identify and report wildlife health problems.
  •  To assess the impact of health factors on wildlife productivity.
  • Assist in wildlife health management interventions
Wildlife Health and Diseases
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