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U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week
U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week is observed annually during November 18–24 to bring attention to the critical role antibiotics play in human health, environmental health, animal health, and beyond.
MDH news release, November 17, 2022.
State of Minnesota Proclamation: Antibiotic Awareness Week (PDF)
Governor Walz proclaims Nov. 18-24 as Antibiotic Awareness Week in Minnesota.
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- One Health Antibiotic Stewardship Resources and Print Materials
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Antimicrobial Use and Resistance
- Antibiotics Only When Needed (O.W.N.)
- Prescribing Antibiotics in Outpatient Settings during the COVID-19 Pandemic (PDF)
- UMN College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM): Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship Initiative
- UMN CVM: Antimicrobial Resistance Learning Site
- CDC: Antibiotic Prescribing and Use
- CDC: COVID-19 & Antimicrobial Resistance
- CDC: Core Elements of Antibiotic Stewardship
- CDC: Be Antibiotics Aware Partner Toolkit
Recordings will be posted once available.
Swish and Swallow - Antibiotic Stewardship in Dentistry
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
12–1 p.m. CT
Katie J. Suda, PharmD, M.S., FCCP
Professor of Medicine and Pharmacy & Therapeutics
Associate Director, Center for Pharmaceutical Policy and Prescribing
University of Pittsburgh Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy
Dr. Suda is a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Core Investigator and Associate Director of Clinical Therapeutics with the VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion and Professor of Medicine and Pharmacy at the University of Pittsburgh Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy, Associate Director of the Center for Pharmaceutical Policy and Prescribing, and Director of the Transition to Independence Program. Dr. Suda is a national expert in outpatient prescribing patterns and antibiotic stewardship. Dr. Suda received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Drake University and a Master’s in epidemiology at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Suda’s post-doctoral training includes a residency at Baptist Memorial Health Care, a pharmacokinetics fellowship at the Clinical Pharmacokinetics Laboratory and an infectious diseases and outcomes research fellowship at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
- Describe antibiotic prescribing by dentists in the United States.
- Define appropriate indications for antibiotics for common dental indications.
- Discuss application of antibiotic stewardship in dentistry.
Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Minnesota’s Surface Water
Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine Active Chemicals
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
12–1 p.m. CT
Mark Ferrey, BS, MS
Environmental Scientist, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Mark Ferrey is an environmental scientist at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency where he has worked for 20 years. Before coming to the MPCA, he studied the microbial degradation of pesticides in soil at the University of Minnesota. Since then, he has focused on monitoring and understanding the fate of contaminants in the environment. He is currently studying pharmaceuticals and endocrine active compounds in Minnesota’s surface water. Mark has BS and MS degrees in microbiology and environmental science, both from the University of Minnesota.
In this presentation, you will learn:
- What pharmaceuticals – including antibiotics - are found in surface water and at what concentrations.
- What pharmaceuticals and other contaminants have been detected in fish.
- What effects these chemicals may be having on fish and wildlife.
Two Successful Veterinary Antibiotic Stewardship Initiatives
Food Animal Antibiotic Residue Prevention and Antibiotic Use Measurement in Dogs and Cats
Monday, November 14, 2022
12–1 p.m. CT
Jessica Evanson, DVM, MPH
Drug Residue Prevention Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Topic: Preventing Drug Residues in Minnesota Milk and Meat: Minnesota’s Drug Residue Prevention Program
Jessica Evanson received her DVM from Ross University Veterinary School and her Master of Public Health at the University of Minnesota. She worked as a public health veterinarian with the USDA immediately following graduation, then went on to participate in the Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine Residency at the U of M. Following completion, she joined the Minnesota Department of Agriculture to help establish the Drug Residue Prevention Program.
Jennifer Granick, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine
Topic: Tracking Antibiotic Use in Dogs and Cats: Methods for Data Collection, Summary of National Data, and Opportunities for Action
Jennifer Granick, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVIM is an associate professor of small animal internal medicine at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Her research focuses on clinical antibiotic use and antimicrobial stewardship. She is Co-director of the Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship Initiative (ARSI) at the University of Minnesota and the Companion Animal Veterinary Surveillance Network. She chairs the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center’s Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee.
- Understand the concept of pharmaceutical residues in food-animal products.
- Recognize the importance of the drug approval and labeling process, regulation of use, and on-farm practices to prevent meat and milk residues.
- Identify current methods available to track antibiotic use in companion animals, including dogs and cats.
- Summarize companion animal prescribing data available from two national FDA-funded surveys.
- Recognize data-driven opportunities to improve prescribing in companion animal practice.
Stories of Antibiotic Use and Resistance
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