Pharmaceuticals

Subcommittee on Pharmaceutical Issues

Now reports under the Committee on One Health

The purpose of the Subcommittee on Pharmaceutical Issues is to provide a forum for identification and review of issues affecting the availability and safe use of pharmaceuticals in animals. Disease prevention, treatment and control, assurance of food animal product safety for human consumption, and quality and productivity enhancement in food animals will be major areas of consideration for the committee. Through committee recommendations and resolutions, directions addressing critical issues will be forwarded to the association's officers for their action when appropriate.

Presentations

2016

Reports

Continued Support for the Negotiations to Harmonize International Rules and Regulations Governing Methods of Detecting Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Food to Reduce Technical Barriers to Trade

Resolutions

2012

Resolution 32: CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT REGULATIONS APPLYING TO DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION REGISTRANTS ACTING REMOTELY FROM REGISTRANT’S PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS

2010

Resolution 12: CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE ACT REGULATIONS FOR AMBULATORY DOCTORS OF VETERINARY MEDICINE THAT PRACTICE IN MULTIPLE STATES

Resolution 26: SUPPORT FOR ANTIBIOTIC USE IN ROUTINE LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY DISEASE TREATMENT, CONTROL, AND PREVENTION

Resolution 27: SUPPORT FOR VETERINARY CONSULTATION IN ANTIBIOTIC USE

2008

Resolution 15: Support for Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD)

Resolution 23: Continued Support for the Negotiations to Harmonize International Rules and Regulations Governing Methods of Detecting Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Food to Reduce Technical Barriers to Trade

Resolution 24: Interim Funding for Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD)

2005

Resolution 23: Expand the USDA Research Program Collaboration in Animal Health and Food Safety and Epidemiology (CAHFSE)