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How does antibiotic resistance in plant pathogenic bacteria impact 'One Health’?

The objective of the workshop is to encourage the exchange and collection of data on: i) the use of antibiotics for controlling plant pathogenic bacteria; ii) the antibiotic resistance in plant pathogenic bacteria; and iii) alternative measures for controlling plant pathogenic bacteria, with an emphasis on data gaps and key questions for improving risk assessment. The workshop also aims to establish the basis for a network on the topic, connecting with established networks in the areas of animal and human health.  

As part of the workshop, global inventories of antibiotics used as plant protection products and information on antimicrobial resistance associated with the use of antibiotics in plant protection will be presented (as collected in the framework of the EFSA funded PLANTBIO project).

Coordinator of the event

Claude Bragard
(UC Louvain)
21 June 2022, morning
FORMAT

Hybrid event  

(in-person and online participation)

TARGET AUDIENCE

Scientists and stakeholders working in the following areas: i) use of antimicrobials and antibiotics for the control of plant pathogenic bacteria; ii) antibiotic resistance in plant pathogenic bacteria and the One Health link between AMR and animal and human health; iii) alternative control measures for plant pathogenic bacteria. 

REGISTRATION

Registration for the workshop in now open. To view the workshop programme and to register, please click here. 

Please note that participation in this workshop cannot be considered as a confirmation of participation in the ONE Conference. If you wish to register for the ONE Conference 2022, please click here.