Did you know antimicrobials are important in producing corn and other plants? Have you considered what happens to the antimicrobials and resistant organisms in the wastewater effluent of hospitals? Did you know that use of antimicrobials for growth promotion in US livestock has not been permitted since 2017? Have you considered the One Health aspects of AMR with our pets in our households or the mulch in our gardens? Join the 2nd Annual NIAMRRE IPE program to explore these and other issues that will challenge your paradigms of antimicrobial resistance and stewardship, and help us to put One Health into action in our daily activities and responsibilities.
2022 One Health IPE Cohort at NIAMRRE Annual Conference, May 15, 2022
What is IPE?
Interprofessional Education (IPE) is “when individuals from two or more professions learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective collaboration…” (WHO, 2010). IPE has four core competencies that assist individuals to build their skills to effectively collaborate across sectors. The One Health IPE Cohort brings individuals from the animal, human and plant sectors to learn about IPE in more detail and apply it to a variety of AMR case studies.
Who Should Participate?
The program seeks representation from all the One Health Sectors and individuals at a variety of career stages. Individuals should be active in the human, animal, environment, or plant sectors and who want to learn more about how we can work together to combat antimicrobial resistance.
Registration is open, but not limited to:
- Academic personnel
- Graduate and professional students
- Industry personnel
- Startup company employees
Participants must reside in the United States.
Please contact Dr. Sarah Al-Mazroa Smith at email@example.com
Through participation in both synchronous and asynchronous activities as members of One Health teams, participants will:
Virtual Workshop Dates
January 11: 11:00am- 12:30pm CT
February 8th: 11:00am-12:00pm CT
March 8th: 11am- 12:00pm CT
April 12th: 11am- 12:00pm CT
Applications Due: November 29 5:00pm CT