Antibiotics and hormones are commonly used in animal production. What is their potential impact and role in development of antibiotic resistance? This is the first in a two-part series on this topic Go to Part 2. The presenters for this webcast are: David Norris, University of Colorado; Paul Ebner, Purdue University; and Amy Pruden, Colorado State University. This presentation was originally broadcast on March 28, 2008. More…
Basics of Antibiotic and Hormone Use in Animal Agriculture
Paul Ebner, Purdue University
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- Impact of Trace Chemicals (Hormones) in the Environment – Norris (14 minutes). To view this segment click on the link and drag the time slider (at the bottom of the screen) to 16:50. View Presentation | Power Point Slides.
- Human and Environmental Impacts of Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance – Pruden (20 minutes). To view this segment, drag the time slider (at the bottom of the screen) to 31:20. Streamed Video | Power Point Slides Note: there is a brief section at the end of her presentation (approx 1 minute) where audio from another section plays simultaneously.
- Question and Answer Segment – (10 minutes). To view this segment, drag the time slider (at the bottom of the screen) to 54:00. View Presentation. Note: Some of the audio plays out of sequence in this section.
Continuing Education Units
American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS)
Additional Resource and Links
- Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products. This EPA website incorporates commonly asked questions about pharmaceuticals in the environment, and research bibliographies.
- Veterinary Medicines in the Environment. This U.S. Geological Survey website addresses the state of knowledge about veterinary medicines in the environment.
- e-hormone. Your gateway to the environment and hormones.