Seminar über "Antibiotika in der Tierhaltung" in der Royal Society of Medicine in London


Am 30.10.2014 fand in der Royal Society of Medicine in London ein internationales Seminar über 

"Antibiotika in der Tierhaltung" statt.

Im folgenden das Programm mit Links zu den Vorträgen. Den letzten Vortrag auf der Tagung hielt der Direktor des Bremer Hygieneinstituts, Herr Martin Eikenberg, der auch Mitglied der Ärzteinitiative gegen Massentierhaltung ist. 

Session 1

Chair: Professor David Heymann, Head of the Centre on Global Health Security at Chatham House, London

Welcome and introductions

  • Mr Babulal Sethia, President, Royal Society of Medicine

Introduction - the threat of antimicrobial resistance

  • Professor Mike Turner, Head of Infection and Immuno-biology, Wellcome Trust 

Livestock associated MRSA: A case study in antimicrobial resistance found in agriculture

  • Dr Mark Holmes MA, VetMB, PhD, Reader in Microbial Genomics and Veterinary Science, University of Cambridge, Dept of Veterinary Medicine
  • Download Mark Holmes' presentation

Environmental drivers of antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance and the need to reduce farm antibiotic use

The medical reality - antimicrobial resistance and sepsis

Q&A, discussion

Session 2

  • Chair: Dil Peeling, Director of Campaigns, Compassion in World Farming

The UK government 5 year AMR strategy - update

A challenge to the UK govt from Sweden - new opportunities for reduction

Reduction of farm antibiotic use - how it is being achieved in The Netherlands

Reduction in Denmark

Antimicrobial resistance - risk assessment from a German perspective


Discussion – ways forward

  • Dr David McCoy, Chair of Trustees, Medact