Regulatory Program

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Updates on Colorado Infectious Disease and Public Health

Maggie Baldwin, DVM | State Veterinarian’s Office, Colorado Department of Agriculture
Jennifer House, DVM, MPH | State Public Health Veterinarian’s Office, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Richanne Lomkin, DVM | Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture

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Updates From the Colorado State Veterinarian’s Office (2 hours)

Regulatory medicine is a rapidly evolving realm. Get the latest updates on reportable diseases, emergency management, and animal disease traceability so you don’t miss a beat when it comes to the latest diseases affecting the state.

Updates From the World of Veterinary Public Health (1 hour)

When it comes to defending public health in Colorado, veterinarians play a vital role in protecting people, animals, and society. Join this session to get the latest information on public health concerns facing the state and its inhabitants…both human, and animal.

What Happens on a Positive Premises During a National Livestock Disease Outbreak Emergency  (1 hour)

Get an overview and reminder of national accreditation issues while obtaining an in-depth look at what happens on a premises when an animal tests positive during a national livestock disease outbreak. Learn how to support your clients as a veterinarian, avoiding common pitfalls. Case studies and applications to backyard chicken flocks during a time of highly-pathogenic avian influenza will also be addressed.