The Swine Health Information Center (SHIC), launched by the National Pork Board in 2015 solely with Pork Checkoff funding, continues to focus efforts on prevention, preparedness, and response to novel and emerging swine disease for the benefit of US swine health.
SHIC and the American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) will host a webinar on Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) on February 1.
APP cases have been increasing at the Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab (ISU VDL). Multiple practitioners in the field report resurgent clinical outbreaks of APP, which have resulted in increased morbidity and mortality in production systems where it was previously well controlled. Collectively, the increase in APP cases and practitioner concern suggested the need for wider discussion and a SHIC webinar on management strategies for APP.
Tuesday, February 1, 2022
1:00 to 2:30 pm CDT
Marcelo Almeida, DVM, MS, PhD, Iowa State University
Alyona Michael, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Iowa State University
Pete Thomas, DVM, MS, Iowa Select Farms
Ian Levis, DVM, Seaboard Foods
SHIC/AASV sponsored webinars bring together subject matter experts to discuss current issues facing US pork producers and practitioners. Conducted by the Iowa State University Swine Medicine Education Center (SMEC), webinar participants include practitioners with first-hand experience with the topic being discussed, diagnosticians, and other experts. Completed webinars are posted online for convenient access here.
Do you have a recommendation for a topic to be addressed in this format?
SHIC and AASV would like your input! Reach out to SHIC Executive Director Dr. Paul Sundberg at [email protected] or AASV Director of Public Health and Communications Dr. Abbey Canon at [email protected] with your webinar recommendations.
Achieving SHIC’s mission requires quality information shared readily with the industry. The webinar and podcast along with SHIC’s website, monthly enewsletter, and engagement with industry media serve as conduits for the information gained from strategic research and disease monitoring.
Contact Paul Sundberg | 515-598-4553 | [email protected]
SHIC, launched by the National Pork Board in 2015 solely with Pork Checkoff funding, continues to focus efforts on prevention, preparedness, and response to novel and emerging swine disease for the benefit of US swine health. As a conduit of information and research, SHIC encourages sharing of its publications and research. Forward, reprint, and quote SHIC material freely. SHIC is funded by America’s pork producers to fulfill its mission to protect and enhance the health of the US swine herd. For more information, visit http://www.swinehealth.org or contact Dr. Sundberg at [email protected].