EPRUMA brochure explaining the role and benefits of antibiotics in animal health and describing best-practice for their use in food-producing animals at the farm. It outlines a 'next level' approach following on from the 2008 'EPRUMA best-practice framework for the use of antibiotics in food-producing animals'. The brochures presents both a more holistic and more specific approach to implementing responsible use of antibiotics for further optimisation of animal health. It also gives guidance on indoor and free-range production, housing, biosecurity, nutrition, etc. and it includes a decision tree on the use of veterinary antibiotics in food-producing animals.
Leaflet explaining EPRUMA’s goal, objectives and activities and highlighting the responsibility of farmers, veterinarians and pet owners as well as overall societal benefits. Updated in December 2014.
EPRUMA booklet explaining the role and benefits of antibiotics in animal health and describing best-practice for their use in food-producing animals at the farm. The document is available in 12 languages: Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Turkish and Hungarian. Most of these language versions have been produced by local stakeholders who are actively promoting them nationally. The document was originally published in 2008 and updated in 2015 to align it with the 'EPRUMA document on veterinary medicinal product terminology'.
On European Antibiotic Awareness Day (18 November 2016) EPRUMA's Chairman, Rens van Dobbenburgh, pledges to
EPRUMA declaration on 'Our 7 commitments to the responsible use of veterinary medicines': signed in Brussels
A fact sheet explaining the Responsible Use of medicines in animals, as well as EPRUMA's role and objectives.