Antibio-addicts ? Defining and governing antimicrobial resistance in the ag...

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Thursday 20th June

9h00-9h45 : Coffee and registration

9h45-10h00 : Isabelle Huault (President of Paris-Dauphine University) – Introduction

10h00-10h15 : Jocelyne Arquembourg (University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3) & Nicolas Fortané (INRA, Paris-Dauphine University) - Introduction

Session 1 : Frames

10h15-11h00 : Alex Broom (UNSW Sydney) – AMR as a problem of values ?

11h00-11H45 : Laurie Denyer Willis (LSHTM) – AMR and the Postcolonial: Behavioural Targets, Logics, and Temporalities

11h45-12h30 : Carsten Jensen (University of Copenhagen) - AMR - who is to blame? Views and tensions in the human medical sector and in the veterinary sector

12h30-14h00 : Lunch Break

Session 2 : History

14h00-14h40 : Scott Podolsky (Harvard Medical School) - The Limits to Antibiotic Reform, 1956-2019

14h40-15h20 : Claas Kirchhelle (Oxford Martin School) - Pyrrhic Progress – antibiotics and AMR in international food production (1939-2019)

15h20-1600 : Maria Jesus Santesmases (Instituto de Filosofía, CSIC, Madrid) - Historicity and locality of infections, AMR and public health: historical reflection

16h00-16h30 : Coffee break

Session 3 : Communication

16h30-17h15 : Estera Badau (University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3) & Antoine Bridier-Nahmias (Paris-Diderot University) - Antibiotics and food : a text mining study of the French and American national press coverage

17h15-18h00 : Jocelyne Arquembourg (University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3) – How to communicate on antimicrobial resistance in the age of One Health?

18h30-20h30 : Buffet dinner and drinks

Friday 21st June

9h30-10h00 : Coffee

Session 4 : Practices

10h00-10h40 : Steve Hinchliffe (University of Exeter) - Production without medicalization

10h40-11h20 : Henry Buller (University of Exeter) – Protocols and practices in veterinary diagnosis and use of antimicrobials

11h20-12h00 : Inge Kryger Pedersen (University of Copenhagen) - What is ‘good doctoring’ when antibiotic resistance is a global threat?

12h00-13h00 : Lunch

Session 5 : Policy

13h00-13h45 : Muriel Surdez (University of Fribourg) - National plans against AMR: the role of state veterinarians

13h45-14h30 : Maurice Cassier (CNRS) - The quest for innovation and production models for antibiotherapies: first elements on TB medicines

14h30-14h45 : Coffee Break

Session 6 : Interdisciplinarity

Round-table (14h45-16h45) with Erwin Wauters (ILVO), Rebecca Glover (LSHTM), Christian Ducrot (INRA), Antoine Andremont (Paris-Diderot University, DGRI), Yazdan Yazdanpanah (Paris-Diderot University, INSERM)

16h45-17h00 : Céline Pulcini (Coordinator of the French AMR policy) – Conclusion

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