Join us for a Webinar on 12/15/17 – What is Antibiotic Stewardship?

Limited seats are available online. Register by 11:59pm CST on Thursday, December 14th.

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What is Antibiotic Stewardship as it relates to both animal and human health perspectives?

The webinar will be presented by Dr. Gary Neubauer, DVM, Senior Manager of Dairy Technical Services with Zoetis, Friday, December 15th, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. CST | 1:00 p.m. EST | 11:00 a.m. MST | 10:00 a.m. PST

Today livestock producer’s and veterinarian’s work is arguably more challenging and more important than ever. To meet rising global demand for safe and affordable protein, they must find new and better ways of protecting animals from ever-present and emerging diseases, and combat antimicrobial resistance that threatens people and animals alike.

Antibiotic stewardship includes: commitment to research and identification of appropriate and effective uses of an antibiotic, veterinary involvement in selecting the appropriate drug and optimizing its use for effective treatment, and control or prevention of antibacterial diseases. We all need to strive for promoting judicious use of antibiotics in animals in order to preserve their effectiveness for all.

As part of the dairy industry we need to advocate for animals and the people who care for them, we need to innovate to deliver new ideas that help advance animal wellness and we need to collaborate so we all work toward a shared vision of healthy animals.

$10 DGN programming fee (login instructions will be provided in e-mail confirmation).

This webinar and WebEx hosting is brought to you by Zoetis.

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