South Dakota “One Health” Meeting on antibiotic resistance – February 19, 2014, 9 AM, SDSU Student UnionPosted: February 14, 2014 | Author: Webmaster | Filed under: News | Leave a comment »
Topic: “Preserving the Usefulness of Antibiotics:
Efforts in Animal and Human Medicine in South Dakota”
This will be the 5th meeting in a series that has brought together state agencies and interested stakeholders to discuss health and disease issues shared between humans and animals in South Dakota. Oftentimes, agencies that work primarily with agriculture or wildlife do not get a chance to sit down with their counterparts in human and public health to talk over common issues in an informal setting.
This meeting will look at the topic of antimicrobial resistance in human and animal populations in South Dakota, with an emphasis on what efforts are underway to preserve the effectiveness of these medications. To help the conversation along, we have arranged a great lineup of speakers.
Antimicrobial resistance is an important issue for those tasked with keeping people healthy as well as those whose focus is animal health. It is an extremely complex and fascinating topic, one that we will not solve in an afternoon meeting! However, gaining a knowledge of what efforts are taking place both in human and animal medicine is an important first step in understanding the challenges and what the future brings.
9:00 AM Welcome and Introductions
Russ Daly, DVM, MS, DACVPM: State Public Health Veterinarian; Extension Veterinarian, SDSU, Brookings, SD
9:10 AM Antimicrobial Stewardship in Large Hospital Systems: Programs and Experiences Brad Laible, PharmD, BCPS: Professor, Dept. of Pharmacy Practice, SDSU; Clinical Pharmacologist, Avera McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD
10:00 AM Antibiotic Use in South Dakota Livestock Operations: A Veterinary Practitioner’s Perspective Darrel Kraayenbrink, DVM, DACVPM: Platte Veterinary Hospital, Platte, SD.
10:50 AM Break
11:05 AM Antibiotic Use in South Dakota’s Community and Clinic Settings: A Physician’s Perspective Susan Anderson, MD: Director, Frontier and Rural Medicine Program, USD Sanford School of Medicine, Canistota, SD.
11:55 AM Break for working lunch
12:30 PM Antimicrobial Resistance Patterns in Animals: Data from SDSU and NARMS; On-farm Methods That Reduce Antibiotic Use Russ Daly, SDSU.
1:20 PM Epidemiology of Antimicrobial Resistant Bacterial Infections in South Dakota Lon Kightlinger, MSPH, PhD: State Epidemiologist, South Dakota Department of Health, Pierre, SD.
2:10 PM Break
2:25 PM New FDA Proposals to Change Livestock Antibiotic Use in the U. S. Dustin Oedekoven, DVM, State Veterinarian, Animal Industry Board, Pierre, SD.
3:15 PM Comments from Other Participants
Speakers Q & A and Group discussion
4:00 PM Adjourn