PReSENTATIONS / ABSTRACTS

S1
Antimicrobial resistance: characterisation and surveillance
Chair: Keiji Fukuda
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1

What is antimicrobial resistance?
Gérard Moulin

Moulin Moulin
2

What is the issue of antimicrobial resistance in veterinary practice?
Bernd-Alois Tenhagen

Tenhagen Tenhagen
3

Need for a harmonised approach for surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in animals – Canadian experience
Carolee Carson

Carson Carson

S2

Overview of the current situation regarding antimicrobial use worldwide in humans, animals and plants, and interactions
Chair: Patrick Otto

1

Global animal production perspectives and correlated use of antimicrobial agents
Barbara Freischem

Freischem Freischem
2

Antimicrobial use in humans
Ann Versporten

Versporten Versporten
3

Antimicrobial use in plants
Virginia Stockwell

Stockwell Stockwell
4

Antimicrobial use in animals: analysis of the OIE survey on monitoring of the quantities of antimicrobial agents used in animals
François Diaz

Diaz Diaz
5

Update on demonstrated risks in human medicine from resistant pathogens of animal origin
Jacques Acar

Acar Acar

S3

Experience with antimicrobial data collection in animals: need for harmonisation
Chair: Koen Van Dyck

1

Key success factors for surveys of antimicrobial sales and use in the European Union
David Mackay

Mackay Mackay
2

National experience: USA
Pat McDermott

McDermott McDermott
3

National experience: Japan
Michiko Kawanishi

Kawanishi Kawanishi
4
National experience: Botswana
Kekgonne Baipoledi
Baipoledi Baipoledi

S4
Responsible and prudent use of antimicrobial agents in animals
Chair: Karin Schwabenbauer
1

OIE Standards in terrestrial and aquatic animals and OIE list of antimicrobials of veterinary importance
Alex Thiermann

Thiermann Thiermann
2

Codex standards and guidelines
Verna Carolissen-Mackay

Carolissen-Mackay Carolissen-Mackay
3

Contributions of a private veterinary organisation
Christophe Brard

Brard Brard

S5
Existing initiatives to implement responsible and prudent use: need for a harmonised multisectorial approach
Chair: Carlos A. Correa Messuti
1

Dairy sector initiatives
Robin Condron

Condron Condron
2

Aquaculture sector initiatives
Melba Reantaso

Reantaso Reantaso
3

European farmer initiatives
Gwyn Jones

Jones Jones
4

Pan American Health Organization initiatives
Cristina Tirado

Tirado Tirado
5
European Union initiatives: European Commission
Koen Van Dyck
Van Dyck Van Dyck

S6
Need for good governance
Chair: François Le Gall
1

OIE PVS Pathway including Veterinary Education
Emily Tagliaro

Tagliaro Tagliaro
2

Role of the Veterinary Statutory Bodies
Herbert Schneider

Schneider Schneider
3

Importance of veterinary legislation and its appropriate implementation
Jean-Luc Angot

Angot Angot

S7
Capacity building
Chair: Rick Hill
1

WHO approach
Awa Aidara Kane

Kane Kane
2

OIE approach
Susanne Münstermann

Münstermann Münstermann
3

FAO approach
Patrick Otto

Otto Otto

S8
Research on new molecules and scientific findings on the alternatives that could be used in animal production for antimicrobial agent substitutions, and initiatives to support research
Chair: Sergio Duffy
1

Recent scientific developments
Cyril Gay

Gay Gay
2

Implication for registration and approval of innovative technologies
Donald Prater

Prater Prater
3

The need for research and development
José Simas

Simas Simas
4

Initiatives to support research
Jean-Charles Cavitte

Cavitte Cavitte

S9
Future developments and needs
Chair: Herbert Schneider
1

International solidarity – public/private partnership
François Le Gall

   
2

GALVmed – an African example
Baptiste Dungu

Dungu Dungu
3

Role of veterinary profession in antimicrobial resistance prevention
Ulrich Herzog

Herzog Herzog
4

Tripartite (FAO – OIE – WHO) approach
Bernard Vallat

Vallat Vallat

S10

Recommendations
Chair: Bernard Vallat

Recommendations Recommendations

 

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