The South Dakota One Health: Preserving the Usefulness of Antibiotics will be held September 11, 2019 at 9 AM CDT at the USD Health Science Center (Room #106, 1400 W. 22nd St., Sioux Falls, SD 57105).
The next South Dakota One Health seminar will explore the uses of antibiotics in human and animal health and how professionals in both worlds are taking steps to preserve their usefulness.
- 9:00 AM CDT Welcome and introductions - Russ Daly, Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian, State Public Health Veterinarian
- 9:10 Epidemiology of antibiotic resistant infections in SD - Josh Clayton, SD State Epidemiologist
- 9:50 Antimicrobial resistance in animals - Russ Daly, Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian, State Public Health Veterinarian
- Focus on Current Antibiotic Uses in Animals & People
- 10:30 Antibiotic use in South Dakota livestock: A veterinary practitioner's perspective - Darrel Kraayenbrink, DVM, Platte Veterinary Hospital
- 11:10 Antibiotic use in community/primary care - Curtis Young, USD Sanford School of Medicine
- 11:50 Lunch and networking
- 12:30 PM CDT Antibiotic use in companion animals - Tom Renschler, Tea Veterinary Clinic
- 1:10 Antibiotic use considerations in infectious disease practice - Jennifer Hsu, USD Sanford School of Medicine
- Looking ahead: Stewardship programs
- 1:50 Abx Research and stewardship in a large pork production system - Joel Nerem, Pipestone Systems
- 2:30 Antimicrobial stewardship in a large hospital setting - Brad Laible, Avera
- 3:10 Regulations that govern antibiotic use in animals - Dustin Oedekoven, SD State Veterinarian
- 3:50 Comments and discussion from other participants
- 4:00 - 4:15 Adjourn
This event is free but pre-registration is requested by September 4 for meal planning. For more information, contact Russ Daly, Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian and South Dakota State Public Health Veterinarian.