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Monday 23rd of November

Sheila Brennan || #WAAW

Tom Austin MVB || #WAAW

Sheila Brennan talks about the 'decision to prescribe antibiotics should be based on evidence'

Dr Tom Austin, Anglesey Lodge, Equine Hospital

Sunday 22nd of November

Ger Cusack MVB, MRCVS || #WAAW

Dr. John Gilmore || #WAAW

(Audio Only)

Ger Cusack talks about the key to reducing antibiotics on a farm, project engage and more.

Dr John Gilmore talks about the important role of quality diagnostics in the prudent use of antimicrobials.

Saturday 21st of November

Jon Massey || #WAAW


Jon Massey is talking about how data regarding antimicrobial usage in livestock is collected and shared.

What is DISARM doing to assist farmers in tackling AMR?

Friday 20th of November

Aine Regan

Alison Burrell

Hannah Martin

Clare McKernan

Consumers’ views on antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic use in farming.

What is your research about and how is it related to antimicrobial resistance?

How much antibiotics are used to treat animals in Ireland?

Understanding the attitudes and behaviours towards antimicrobials in agriculture.


Thursday 19th of November

Ireland's National Action Plan || #WAAW

Bord Bia AMR || #WAAW

Ireland's National Action Plan on AMR iNAP Progress So Far.

Bord Bia talk about Antimicrobial Resistance

Bord Bia Use of Antibiotics || #WAAW

Wednesday 18th of November

Sinead Quealy Introduction

Conor Geraghty, MVB

Kate O'Connell

Sinead Quealy gives a brief outline of this digital event to mark World Antimicrobial Awareness Week.

Conor Geraghty, MVB and President of Veterinary Ireland on the importance of prudent prescribing of antibiotics in all sectors, and especially animal agriculture.

Kate O'Connell presents her views on the importance of antibiotic stewardship.

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