Every reporting cycle, Oregon DVMs must receive 1 hour of CE on the judicious use of antibiotics as outlined in chapter 875-010-0090 of the Veterinary Medical Examining Board.
Here are some resources to fufill this CE requirement:
- Opportunities for this hour of CE in years: 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
Oregon Alliance Working for Antibiotic Resistance Education (AWARE)
USDA National Veterinary Accreditation Program
- Module 23: Use of Antibiotics in Animals is an online, self-paced course that was developed to increase awareness among veterinarians about diagnostic tools and regulatory requirements, and issue surrounding antibiotic resistance.
- Module 29: Veterinary Feed Directive addresses the importance of veterinary oversight with regard to medicated feed used in food-producing animals.
- Module 30: The Role of Veterinarians in Honeybee Health focuses on the antimicrobial use and the issuance of prescriptions and VFDs in honeybees.
Antibiotic Stewardship in Veterinary Medicine
This series of videos describe the problem of antibiotic resistance from public health and clinical veterinary perspectives and discusses best practices of antibiotic use in companion, equine and food production medicine. These videos are part of the 2019 Antibiotic Stewardship in Veterinary Medicine webinar series hosted by Minnesota One Health Antibiotic Stewardship Collaborative and the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association. Note: As we are not the provider of these courses, we cannot issue a CE certificate for them. You can self-report these credits to your licensing board or contact the provider directly for more information.
- Realities of Antibiotic Resistance and Stewardship in Small Animal Practice
- Use of Peer-Reviewed Treatment Guidelines to Improve Prescribing in Small Animal Medicine
- Antibiotic Stewardship in Production Animal Medicine: Regulations & Practice
- Antibiotics in the Environment: What Do We Know and What Is the Veterinary Role?
- Antibiotic Stewardship and Prescribing in Equine Medicine