You are invited to attend the first South Australian One Health Antimicrobial Resistance Summit to be held in the National Wine Centre on Wednesday the 15th and Thursday the 16th of March.
All tickets include:
- Access to the talks/workshops (both days).
- Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea (both days).
- HDR/EMCR poster session (Wednesday the 15th of March).
- Cocktail evening including complimentary beverages and finger food (Wednesday the 15th of March).
The program runs along four themes that are important for antimicrobial resistance research, prevention, control and response:
- Wednesday Morning: One Health Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance
- Wednesday Afternoon: One Health Antimicrobial Use and Antimicrobial Stewardship
- Thursday Morning: One Health Novel Therapeutics and Preventatives
- Thursday Afternoon: One Health Infection Control and Biosecurity
The program features:
- Opening address by Prof Nicola Spurrier (SA Chief Medical Officer) and closing address by Dr Mary Carr (SA Chief Veterinary Officer).
- 8 Keynote Presentations: Prof John Turnidge (University of Adelaide/UniSA), Assoc/Prof Rietie Venter (UniSA), Dr Morgyn Warner (SA Pathology), Dr Stephen Page (Advanced Veterinary Therapeutics), Dr Jeff Watts (Zoetis Animal Health, USA), Prof Erica Donner (CRC-SAAFE/UniSA), Assoc/Prof Brian Lubbers (Kansas State University, USA) and Dr Tatiana Soares da Costa (University of Adelaide).
- Local speakers across research, health, government and industry with expertise and interest in the antimicrobial resistance field.
- Each session will conclude with a workshop discussion on the session theme.
Detailed program will be provided by the 1st of March.
General Registration is $260 (2 days, all food and drinks included)
Student Registration is $160 (2 days, all food and drinks included)
Registration is via this link: https://www.trybooking.com/CGAXW
Places are limited to 110 people and registrations are expected to close 1st of March.
Please join us and learn more about South Australia’s efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance and take the opportunity to identify new partners and approaches to combat resistance.