Presentaties SDa-symposium

Reduction of antimicrobial usage in Livestock in the Netherlands and the European Union

Thursday 27 March 2014, Paushuize te Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Have we realized our reduction-ambitions?

Professor Dik Mevius, DVM, PhD, Central Veterinary Institute/Utrecht University, and former Chairman of the SDa-Expert panel, The Netherlands.

Initiatives to achieve a proper usage of antibiotics in Livestock

Christianne Bruschke, DVM, PhD, Chief Veterinary Officer of the Netherlands, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands.

Harmonisation in calculating the usage of antibiotics in Livestock

Inge van Geijlswijk, PharmD, PhD, Hospital pharmacist and head of the Pharmacy Department of the UU Faculty Veterinary Medicine, The Netherlands, member of the SDa-Expert panel, The Netherlands.

Antibiotic resistance; the Belgian approach

Evelyne De Graef, DVM, PhD,
Centre of Expertise on Antimicrobial Consumption and Resistance in Animals (AMCRA),
Belgium.

Measuring antibiotics use for pigs in Denmark, including pro and cons of risk management and relation to other MS measures

Annette Cleveland Nielsen, DVM, PhD, Chief Veterinary Advisor, Animal Welfare and   Veterinary Medicine Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries of Denmark.

What we know on the relation between use of antimicrobials and resistance

Associate Professor Christina Greko, PhD, 
Department of Animal Health and Antimicrobial Strategies of the National Veterinary Institute (SVA),
Uppsala, Sweden.

Antibiotic resistance in human and veterinary perspective

Professor Marc Bonten, MD, PhD, Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, and head of the department of Medical MIcrobiology, at the University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht, the Netherlands

Veterinary Benchmark Indicators in the Netherlands from farm to veterinarian

Professor Dick Heederik, PhD,
Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences – Environmental Epidemiology.
Chairman of the SDa-Expert panel, The Netherlands.