NCAS Annual Forum 2016

NCAS Annual Forum


NCAS Annual Forum 2016

Wednesday 9th November 2016 

The NCAS Annual Forum 2016 was held at the Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity, 792 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.

The aim of the day was to bring AMS stakeholders together to network, discuss and hear about the latest developments in human and animal AMS, both locally and internationally.

The day commenced with presentations by the Director of NCAS, Professor Karin Thursky, the Deputy Director of NCAS, A/Professor Kirsty Buising, and many of the NCAS Chief Investigators. 

The afternoon session highlighted the original research being undertaken by NCAS PhD students. The program and webinar recordings of both the morning and afternoon sessions are available to view below. 

Webinar recordings from the NCAS Annual Forum 2016

Morning session recording

Title

Welcome


Introduction 


The Year in Review in AMS


Antimicrobial use in animals in Australia
- what do we know? 

Laboratory surveillance of AMR
- Victorian case studies


Effective use of Data for Action 


The regional AMR strategy 
– the role of NCAS 

Discussion
Presenter

Laureate Professor Peter Doherty 
University of Melbourne, Peter Doherty Institute

Professor Sharon Lewin 
Director Peter Doherty Institute

Professor Karin Thursky
Director NCAS, Peter Doherty Institute, University of Melbourne

Professor Glenn Browning  
University of Melbourne

Professor Ben Howden 
Microbiological Diagnostic Unit Public health Laboratory, University of Melbourne, Peter Doherty Institute

A/Professor Leon Worth
VICNISS, Peter Doherty Institute

A/Professor Kirsty Buising
Deputy Director NCAS, Peter Doherty Institute, University of Melbourne

Professor Karin Thursky
Start time

1:10


4:00


8:40


42:00


1:07:00



1:35:00


1:56:00


2:22:00

Afternoon session recording

Title

Update from the veterinary stream


AMS in livestock production 


Rural and regional AMS in Australia


AMS in long term care facilities  


Community and General Practice AMS


The tertiary care stream
– a focus on surgical prophylaxis

Discussion and close

Presenter

Laura Hardefeldt 
PhD Candidate (Professor Glenn Browning)

Dr Helen Billman-Jacobe 
University of Melbourne

Jaclyn Baker
PhD Candidate (A/Professor Kirsty Buising)

Leslie Dowson
PhD Candidate (Dr David Kong)

Lesley Hawes
PhD Candidate (Professor Danielle Mazza)

Courtney Ierano
PhD Candidate (Dr Trisha Peel)

Professor Karin Thursky

Start time

0:00


17:50


35:45


1:07:00


1:30:20


1:56:30


2:25:00


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