At the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, we have refined an effective, culturally competent approach to partnering with foreign countries to empower their veterinary and animal health workforces in both the public and private sector. Our new educational initiative, ProgRESSVet-East Africa, is helping the next generation of veterinary service professionals to excel and contribute to national economic development through their daily work.
Dr. Petra Muellner, Director of Epi-interactive (New Zealand) and Dr. Fedor Korennoy, Research Scientist at the Federal Center for Animal Health (Russia), will speak at the next Hueston Speaker Series on Wednesday, May 29, 2019.
Communities of scientists, practitioners, food producers, and health professionals around the globe are working to better understand the implications of antimicrobial use and resistance.
ProgRESSVet (Programa Regional de Educación Sistemática de Servicios Veterinarios), the online education program of CAHFS and CEBASEV (Centro Buenos Aires para la Capacitación de los Servicios Veterinarios), launched its 2018 program in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on March 8-9, 2018. The program brings together a new cohort of 11 participants from Veterinary Services of the Latin American region, from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
The inaugural ProgRESSVet (Programa Regional de Educación Sistemática de Servicios Veterinarios) cohort gathered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on December 18-19 to mark the conclusion of the program’s first year. The program is an online education offering aiming to increase the capacity of veterinary services in Latin America.
As many countries lack key professional institutions, staff, and skills to identify, track, and control dangerous animal diseases, a University of Minnesota program, ProgRESSVet, is helping to build professional capabilities in several Latin American countries.