Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR): A One Health Approach Virtual Seminar Series
Having a comprehensive understanding of AMR and how to address its rising threats requires a holistic approach- referred to as One Health.
The AMR: A One Health Approach Virtual Seminar Series provides various approaches to address AMR issues in a wider context that is important and practical for sustainable development of control strategies.
❖ Date & Time
- September 14 – December 7, 2021
- 24 Recurring sessions: 12 weeks
- Tuesdays & Thursdays
- 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (Mountain Time)
24 Virtual live sessions via Zoom (Synchronous)
36 Non-credit hours in total
The sessions will be delivered in a hybrid format of lectures and interactive discussions on Zoom by a variety of instructors from various institutions with different backgrounds and expertise related to AMR and One Health.
Access to this virtual seminar series is by donation.
- Suggested donation is CAD $25-$100.**
** This donation is a contribution to support this seminar series, it is non-refundable, and is not eligible for a tax receipt.
There are no prerequisites to participate.
Open to students, adult learners and professionals from all over the world (in Canada and internationally).
Having a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, relevant work experience, and an interest in learning about AMR and its implementation from a One Health perspective is highly recommended.
Ability to understand and communicate in English is required.
There will be a CAD $50 administrative fee if participants wish to receive an electronic certificate of participation.
** In order to receive the certificate you must participate in 80% of the sessions.
❖ Participation Expectations
All sessions will be offered online via Zoom.
Online participation is an essential component to progress in this seminar series.
Access to a laptop, desktop, or mobile device, with internet connection is required.
- One Health Background
- Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR): What is it, how it develops
- Basic Antimicrobial Pharmacology
- Antimicrobial Discovery and Design
- Hacking Biology - Emerging Strategies for Antibiotics
- Emergence and Spread of AMR
- Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing
- Antimicrobial Use (AMU)/AMR in Humans
- AMU/AMR in Agriculture
- Companion Animals and AMU/AMR
- Considerations for AMU/AMR in Wildlife
- Environmental Considerations for AMU/AMR
- Antimicrobial Stewardship/Treatment Optimization
- AMU/AMR Monitoring and Surveillance
- Antimicrobial Stewardship in Veterinary Medicine
- The Association of Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Clinical Outcomes
- Social and Psychological Drivers for AMU/AMR Development
- Collateral Resistance, Collateral Sensitivity, and AMR Co-selection
- Urgent Topics in AMR: AMR and COVID-19
- AMR Risk Assessment
- Measuring and Reporting AMU/AMR
- AMR Mitigation Efforts
- Economics and AMU/AMR
- Policy and Legal Issues in AMU/AMR
The AMR: A One Health Approach Virtual Seminar Series is offered by a variety of instructors from various institutions with different backgrounds and expertise related to AMR and One Health.
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