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Seminar: Antibiotic Use in Domestic Animals

May 18th, 2012

cowOSU College of Veterinary Medicine is hosting an evening seminar on “Antibiotic Use in Domestic Animals and Public Health Implications”. The International Veterinary Students’ Association and Agricultural Animal Club are welcoming a variety of veterinarians and medical professionals on May 24th to discuss various topics pertinent to antibiotic use in veterinary medicine including but not limited to appropriate judicious use of antibiotics, problems associated with empirical and prophylactic therapy, the role different aspects of the medical field play in development of resistance, and what medical professionals can be doing to curb this development. There will be a time allotted for questions and answers with the audience and participating speakers. The main audience will be veterinary students, however the Colleges of Pharmacy and Public Health, and Lebanon’s Medical School will be invited, as well as local vets and undergraduate students.

Events will be held at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine, in Magruder Hall on SW 30th street. Dinner will be provided upon RSVP (fa.abxr@gmail.com) and will be served at 5.30. Presentations will begin promptly at 6pm, followed by a Q&A session. The option of CE credit will be available to veterinarians – please include your request for it in the RSVP.

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