2015 NIAA Symposium - Antibiotic Stewardship: From Metrics to Management

Featured 2015 Antibiotic Symposium Presentations

Opening Comments for the 2015 NIAA Antibiotic Symposium

Welcome and Opening Comments for the 2015 NIAA Antibiotic Symposium2015 NIAA Antibiotic Symposium Opening Comments Dr. Chris Braden, Director, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases; National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), introduces symposium attendees and what to expect during the event [video].

Antibiotics Symposium Tone

Human Health Viewpoint and Setting the Tone for the Antibiotic SymposiumHuman Health Viewpoint On Antibiotics Dr. Robert Tauxe, Deputy Director, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases, Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), gives a public human health perspective about antibiotics in medicine. Dr. Tauxe summarizes the current disease threat and trends in resistance [video].

Perspective: Antibiotics and Swine

Antibiotic Stewardship for SwineSwine Antibiotic Stewardship Dr. Jennifer Koeman, Director, Producer and Public Health, National Pork Board, shares the ideas behind the "Nexus of Farming, Food and Public Health" as part of the stewardship of antibiotic use in pork farming. Dr. Koeman shares the antibiotic education, research, and communication that the National Pork Board is developing to help swine pork farmers. Key closing thought from Dr. Koeman is pork producers support the science-based principles to develop guidelines on antibiotic use having professional veterinary input for antibiotic use guidance [video].

Panel: Discussion on Antibiotics

Panel Discussion on Antibiotics with General Session SpeakersGeneral Session Speakers Take On Antibiotic Questions Dr. Chris Braden, Dr. Thomas Shryock, Dr. Robert Tauxe, and Dr. Mike Apley participate in a panel discussion on antibiotics from a variety of angles. Some of the panel questions address goals of the Presidential Advisory Commission plus some of the differences in agriculture use of antibiotics [video].

Panel: Antimicrobial Resistance Addressed

Panel on Antimicrobial ResistanceWhat About Antimicrobial Resistance? Dr. Larry Granger, Dr. Craig Lewis, Dr. Benjamin Park, and Dr. Chase Crawford provide a panel view on antimicrobial resistance. Questions included lab sampling approaches for understanding antibacterial resistance and what other farm focused data the FDA would like to collect on antibiotic use [video].

Panel: Question and Answer on Antibiotic Stewardship

Panel Discussions on Antibiotic StewardshipAntibiotic Stewardship Dr. Chuck Hofacre, Dr. Tim Lapara, Dr. Jennifer Koeman, and Dr. David Sjeklocha participate on a panel focused on antibiotic stewardship. Some of the focus questions ask how stewardship programs are measured as "successful" and what some of the unintended consequences of directives #209 and #213 in the future might be [video].

Consumer Expectations About Antibiotics

Antibiotics and Animals Building Consumer TrustBuilding Consumer Trust for Antibiotics and Animals Ms. Christine Summers, Costco, talks about how Costco handles the conversation of antibiotics with 80 million members. Ms. Summers drive the business with high quality and safe expectations. Ms. Summers points that the Costco members are highly educated, well paid, and have a heightened awareness. What Costco does is proactively engage with their members and be part of the daily dialog about food [video].

Antibiotics and In-Patients

In-Patient Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) IssuesIn-Patient Antimicrobial Resistance Dr. Arjun Srinivasan, Associate Director for Healthcare-Associated Infection Prevention Programs, Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), talks about what is being done in hospitals to improve antibiotic use. Dr. Srinivasan outlines notable goals about the future of patient care around antibiotics. Key in hospitals is that physicians do not like to be "managed" so the shift is forward the phase "stewardship". Take aways: Many experts, including advisers to the President, have called for the government to require hospitals and nursing homes to have antibiotic stewardship programs [video].

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2015 NIAA Symposium - Antibiotic Stewardship: From Metrics to Management

2015 NIAA Antibiotic Symposium - Stewardship: From Metrics to Management, November 3-5, 2015, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Human and animal health experts came together in Atlanta, GA to discuss issues related to antibiotic resistance and to work toward increased antibiotic stewardship, in both human medicine and animal health. Throughout the dialogue, attention was focused on specific areas which can be measured in order to verify the progress made in reducing antimicrobial resistance.

Convened by the National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) and supported by several industry stakeholders, commodity groups, and public health entities, this national symposium brought together a broad cross-section of professionals to share relevant science and develop consensus on those key areas in which the most progress may be made.

"Antibiotics have been critical in human and veterinary medicine since the 1940’s and antibiotic resistance has been a challenge almost as long," said Dr. Robert Tauxe, Deputy Director of the Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "Thus, with the ever changing antibiotic landscape, research, education and constantly improving stewardship is imperative."

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