The time has come when academia, government researchers, the scientific community and stakeholders within animal agriculture, human medicine and the environment learn from each other and seek resolution on the polarizing and the often misunderstood issues of antimicrobial use and resistance.
Engaging in meaningful dialogue and working toward resolution are key priorities of the “Bridging the Gap between Animal Health and Human Health” symposium hosted by the National Institute for Animal Agriculture Nov. 12-14 in Kansas City, Mo. The symposium is open to individuals who want to learn from each other, engage in meaningful dialogue and create successful strategies to preserve antibiotic efficacy.
The speakers at the symposium who represent human and animal health will provide the latest scientific bodies of information and separate the facts from perceived facts. Their information will help us move beyond the confines of our own disciplines so we explore new models for team science.
Finding resolution to antimicrobial resistance must begin with the end in mind—improving human and animal health.
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s)
Up to 12 CE Units have been approved by the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS) based upon participation during the 2013 Antibiotic Symposium.
For additional information,
call (719) 538-8843 or email