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3. AACTING CONFERENCE 2020

Quantification, Benchmarking and Stewardship of Veterinary Antimicrobial Usage

 

3.12.2020 - 4.12.2020 in Hannover

 

Due to the current situation, we sadly have to announce that our 3rd AACTING Conference has to be postponed to a currently unknown date in 2021. Our University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover decided that events could not take place with the distance rules issued until the end of the year 2020. However, we hope that we can welcome you in our beautiful city of Hannover in 2021 for the conference and a cold drink on a warm summer evening during the Herrenhäuser Garden Festival or in winter with a cup of mulled wine at the Christmas market.

 

Moreover, we are pleased to offer you a Christmas online presentation lasting two hours with two of our excellent keynote speakers. We are looking forward to seeing you soon.

 

For the talk on 3 December 2020, you can register by email:

 

WHO@tiho-hannover.de

 

In October, we will send out a link for participation in MS Teams.

 

AACTING Advent Agenda/Talk

 

3 December 2020, 14:00 – 16:00

14:00 Welcome and News – Prof. Jeroen Dewulf, Chair AACTING
14:15 Methods and metrics for monitoring of antimicrobial use in animals: lessons learnt from two peer-reviewed article collections - Lucie Collineau, France
14.45 Discussion
15:00 New EU guideline on medicines and consequences for vets, farmers and data collection - Barbara Freischem, the Netherlands
15:30 Discussion
15:45 Conclusions, perspectives for a new conference date, Christmas message – Prof. Jeroen Dewulf, Chair AACTING, Prof. Lothar Kreienbrock, Organizing Committee

Friendly regards

 

Jeroen Dewulf, Sandra Brogden & Lothar Kreienbrock

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Stiftung Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover
Institut für Biometrie, Epidemiologie und Informationsverarbeitung
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