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If you would like to arrange a talk please email us talks@thebellamossfoundation.com

We have given talks to pet owners about our work and to veterinary audiences on antimicrobial resistance and infection control in practice. Our speakers have presented at CPD seminars and International conferences.

2006

1st International Conference on MRSA in animals, University of Liverpool


Jill Moss, Dr Giles Edwards & Dr Tim Nuttall

2007 – 2009

BMF CPD Roadshow (UK) seminars for practices on infection control in practice.

2009     

Vets Now Conference seminars for vets on antimicrobial resistance.

2nd International conference on MRSA In animals, Veterinary and Public Health implications

Jill Moss with advisors Chris Laurence and Professor David Lloyd

ACTT  Dublin conference

Veterinary Products Committee annual meeting, presenting on our work Angela Kearns (Health Protection Agency)

2010 – USA tour of talks

University of South Florida – Infectious Diseases Department (MRSA in animal’s risks to public health) USA advisor Dr Richard Oehler

Mark Dosher, Dr. Mark Mancina and Jill Moss, Animal Centre, New York


Jill and Mark at Cornell University, Ithica, New York  about to talks to vet students and the public on our work


2010

BVNA Congress Infection Control in practice

2011

Jill with Professor David Lloyd (RVC) and Harvey Locke (Past President BVA) at the BVA headquarters, London


2013

THE FECAVA SYMPOSIUM 2013 – DUBLIN
The proper use of antimicrobials in companion animal practice

Antimicrobial resistance and the work of the Bella Moss Foundation 

Mark Dosher MSc, Jill Moss
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Download the scientific abstracts from the 1st and 2nd International Conferences on MRSA in Animals

 


The global pandemic of antibiotic resistance must be met by a broad, integrated response. The Bella Moss Foundation is playing an important role in combatting the impact of antimicrobial resistant infections in pets through coordinated efforts amongst veterinarians, pet owners, researchers and various organizations. The role of the Foundation in development, delivery and coordination of educational programs is critical."

Dr J Scott Weese DVM DVSc DipACVIM Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Canada http://www.wormsandgermsblog.com/

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