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第109回HGPIセミナー「小動物臨床現場での感染症とその未来を考える―薬剤耐性の現状と対策・伴侶動物と新興感染症―」/The 109th HGPI Seminar – The Clinical Treatment of Infectious Diseases in Small Animals Today and in the Future –
今回は、むらた動物病院院長である村田佳輝氏をお迎えし、ヒトにとって最も身近な動物であるペットに焦点を当てながら薬剤耐性(AMR: Antimicrobial Resistance)対策についてご講演いただきます。

At this HGPI Seminar, our guest Professor Yoshiteru Murata will be giving a lecture on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) control centered on pets, which are the animals that are closest to people.
In addition to fulfilling his everyday clinical duties as a veterinarian, Professor Murata is a leader in domestic AMR control for pets as the director of VICA, where his activities have included leading a survey that examined AMR in pets and compiling the first guidebook for veterinarians on appropriate antimicrobial usage titled, “Guidebook on the Careful Use of Antimicrobials in Pets, 2020 ed.” Professor Murata will discuss current circumstances for AMR in the field of pets, the relationship between AMR in pets and other fields including the human field, and potentia

*Please note that this seminar is available in Japanese only.

村田 佳輝 氏(むらた動物病院 院長/獣医臨床感染症研究会 会長)/Prof. Yoshiteru Murata (Director, Murata Animal Hospital; Visiting Professor, Center for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Prevention Research, Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology; Director, Veterinary Infection Control Association (VICA))

■日時/Date & Time
2022年12月9日(金)19:00-20:15/Friday, December 9, 2022, 19:00-20:15 JST



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Dec 9, 2022 07:00 PM in Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo

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村田 佳輝/Yoshiteru Murata
院長・会長/Director & Visiting Professor @むらた動物病院・東京農工大学/ Murata Animal Hospital; Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
ペットから分離される薬剤耐性菌の実態調査や、獣医師向けのガイドライン作成などに取り組み、抗菌薬の適正使用・慎重使用の重要性について学会や連携シンポジウム、症例検討会、各種専門誌への投稿などを通じて普及啓発・発信を行ってきた。ペットの臨床現場においてヒト・動物・環境のワンヘルスを考慮しながらAMR対策を進めている。 His various efforts have included participating in surveys of AMR bacteria isolated from pets; formulating guidelines for veterinarians; and disseminated information on antimicrobial stewardship and its importance through speeches at academic conferences or related symposiums, by participating committees conducting case studies, and by contributing to various professional journals. He is working to advance AMR control in clinical settings for pets while taking One Health approaches that encompass humans, animals, and the environment into account.