Free WSAVA Webinar: How to Optimize your Antibiotic Use

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  • November 4, 2022

11.00 am UTC, Wednesday 23 November 2022 The WSAVA’s Therapeutic Guidelines Group (TGG) is to host a free webinar entitled ‘How to Optimize your Antibiotic Use’ during this year’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (18-24 November) in order to support its members in using antibiotics effectively and responsibly. Speakers will include: Dr Luca Guardabassi, TGG Co-Chair and Professor of One Health …

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ENOVAT is organizing a free webinar about subclinical mastitis therapy in lactation in Europe

On Wednesday, 21th September14:00 – 16:30 (CEST) you are invited to an exciting free webinar about subclinical mastitis therapy in the lactation in Europe. In the context of ENOVAT, eight mastitis experts from different European countries will introduce us in 10 minutes each to subclinical/high cell count mastitis therapies in their respective countries. During the webinar, commonalities and differences in …

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A group of researchers in ENOVAT just published a work that benchmarks the different antimicrobial therapeutic approaches for mastitis in different EU countries

The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the different therapeutic approaches and to highlight commonalities and differences between countries European countries. This work compared eight different countries: Spain, The Netherlands, Estonia, Ireland, Poland, Finland, Germany, and Italy. In these countries, the decision to start treatment is usually made by veterinarians,while the farm personnel is responsible for treatment …

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Meet our leaders #14

Dr. Ana P. VALE Advisory Board Coordinator and Assistant Professor in Veterinary Public Health at the University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine, Ireland “In order to tackle antimicrobial resistance, we need a collaborative approach across different settings that promotes the prudent use of antimicrobials and examines the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance mechanisms across humans, animals and the environment” …

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PHD FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY

A research group from ENOVAT just opens a position on combating antibiotic resistance in Philippine lakes: One Health upstream interventions to reduce the burden. This is a project funded by JPIAMR programme for the next 3 years. Applicants should have a good primary degree in Veterinary Medicine, Animal Science or Microbiology (First or 2.1 Honours) and M.Sc. in an appropriate …

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ENOVAT researchers have just published protocols for systematic reviews of antimicrobial treatment guidelines in Poultry colibacillosis

In the framework of the ENOVAT guidelines initiative, a group of enthusiastic senior researchers and early career investigators belonging to different European countries are actively cooperating and working on important research questions to address antimicrobial use in Poultry colibacillosis. The aim of the group is to perform four systematic reviews addressing and the drafting group is happy to announce that …

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Meet our leaders #13

Dr. Naim Deniz AYAZ ECI Coordinator and Professor of the Department of Food Hygiene & Technology at Kırıkkale University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Turkey “Bacteriophages can be an effective tool for combating antimicrobial resistance“ He received his Ph.D. in Food Hygiene & Technology from Ankara University in 2008. He is a member of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry COVID-19 …

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Both antibiotic resistant bacteria and genes transmitted between healthy dogs and cats and their owners, finds study in UK and Portugal

Researchers, part of ENOVAT, highlight the importance of contact between healthy companion animals and humans to the spread of resistant bugs that may lead to potentially untreatable infections in the community. This is a special early release from the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID 2022, Lisbon, 23-26 April). Healthy pet dogs and cats could be passing …

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