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Module 30-The Role of Veterinarians in Honey Bee Health

13 May 2022
USDA National Veterinary Accreditation Theater
Honey Bee Health
Module 30-The Role of Veterinarians in Honey Bee Health

 

Available for RACE Approved CE credit if watched from 2:30pm-3:20pm CST on Friday, May 13, 2022.

This module is intended to provide accredited veterinarians (AVs) with basic knowledge of honey bee biology and beekeeping, as well as information about relevant honey bee diseases and conditions, to foster communication with beekeepers and ensure stewardship of antimicrobial use in honey bees. Although this module focuses on the role of veterinarians related to antimicrobial use and the issuance of prescriptions and VFDs in honey bees, veterinarians can offer many valuable services to beekeepers, such as assisting hobbyist beekeepers with plans for parasite management or assisting commercial beekeepers with the development of protocols to be followed by beekeeping staff for disease detection and control. For these reasons, veterinarians are encouraged to gain more knowledge in this area and explore potential opportunities with both hobbyist and commercial beekeepers.

Speakers
Janelle Bols, Field Veterinary Medical Officer - USDA APHIS VS
Lynsee Melchi, Field Veterinary Medical Officer - USDA APHIS VS
Suzett Hexum, Emergency Coordinator - USDA APHIS VS

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