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Seminar Veterinary Public Health 2019

Antimicrobial Resistance at the Human-Animal-Environment Interface

Friday, 8 February 2019


9:00 – 17:00 Uhr


University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation
Bayer lecture hall, Bünteweg 9
30559 Hannover

The resistance of pathogens against antibiotics is a problem that is discussed worldwide. Resistances make these utmost important drugs ineffective and a therapy difficult, if not impossible. This is true for diseases of bacterial genesis in humans as well as in animals. Furthermore, the manifold use of antibiotics leads to the occurrence of antibiotics, their metabolites and resistant bacteria also in the environment.


According to the consumers' monitor published by the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in February 2018, antimicrobial resistances alarm by far most of the respondents (62%; BfR-Verbrauchermonitor 02|2018). Many international organisations like the World Health Organization WHO, the World Organization for Animal Health OIE, and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, FAO, initiated action plans that aim at combatting resistances and controlling antimicrobial use. Many scientific projects deal with questions on how resistances in humans, animals and the environment develop, spread and how they are linked. Legislators and politicians already took several measures to tackle this important public health problem.


Against this background, the Seminar Veterinary Public Health 2019 will present and
discuss the state of the art in all three fields within the One Health context. For the frame of this event, renowned international experts will contribute to a cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary dialogue on possibilities of collaboration and opportunities of new approaches in research between science, administration and practice.

Preliminary programme


ATF-Credits: 6 hours



Students*** (limited contingent (10)) free free
  until 11.01.2019 after 11.01.2019
Regular 70 € 85 €
Reduced fee* 40 € 60 €
TiHo-doctoral students** 20 € 30 €

Obligation to provide proof for reduced fees:

* Trainees (Referendare), unemployed vets, TiHo employees, other doctoral stud.; to be proofed at registration    
** matriculated at TiHo (Dr. med. vet., Dr. rer. nat., PhD students); to be proofed at registration    
*** first studies (up to master's degree or state exam); to be proofed at registration; should the contingent of 10 places be used to capacity, every further student will be charged the TiHo doctoral students fee.    

Please note the following:


You will receive an invoice after registration. Please transfer the participation fee to the account indicated in the mail.


If you register as a student for free, the amount to be paid is indicated as 0 € in your invoice.

Should the contingent of ten free places be used to capacity, every further student will be charged the TiHo doctoral students fee.

In this case, you will receive an invoice for 20 € (30).

If you cancel your registration after January 14, 2019, you will be charged a cancellation fee of 50%.


Online registration is possible until 03.02.2019. If you want to register after this date, we ask you to do so on 08.02.2019 at the registration desk.

The registration fee can be paid in cash upon registration.

Abstracts und presentations

Lothar H. Wieler, Berlin: Antimicrobial resistance as a One Health-paradigm
16 KB / PDF
Hajo Grundmann, Freiburg: Drivers of the AMR epidemic in Europe at the human and OneHealth interface: Searching for the smoking gun
76 KB / PDF
Petra Gastmeier, Berlin: Antimicrobial Resistance at the Human-Animal Environment Interface
79 KB / PDF
Guido Werner, Wernigerode: “Prevalence of MRSA, VRE and ESBL in the community - same same but different”
122 KB / PDF
Jaap A. Wagenaar, Utrecht: The main results of the EFFORT project in the European and global context
252 KB / PDF
Bernd-Alois Tenhagen, Berlin: Antimicrobial resistance in food in Germany – Prevalence and relevance
40 KB / PDF
René Hendriksen, Copenhagen: Global monitoring of AMR from waste water and faecal samples
38 KB / PDF
Claudia Gallert, Emden: Antibiotic resistant bacteria in aqueous environment / Antimicrobial resistance in water
14 KB / PDF
Jorge Raul Matheu Alvarez, Geneva: The WHO Tricycle project as an example of a coordinated One Health project
57 KB / PDF


Institute for Biometry, Epidemiology and Information Processing and Centre for Animal Health and Food Quality of the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover


Nicole Werner, Heike Krubert



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