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JOHNE'S INFORMATION CENTER - University of Wisconsin Ñ School of Veterinary Medicine
JOHNE'S INFORMATION CENTER - University of Wisconsin - School of Veterinary Medicine
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Narrated slide shows are a simple easy way to learn about Johne's disease. Just click on the topic and show of interest, then sit back, watch, and listen.


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general information


Summation Lecture – 11th International Colloquium on Paratuberculosis.
Michael T. Collins DVM, PhD


This is a condensed version of the summation speech given at the 11-ICP meeting held in Sydney, Australia, February 2012. The talk is a brief summary of the meeting and scientific challenges facing researchers in this field. The content is technical and has 63 slides with 25 minutes of narration.




Johne’s disease: Challenges and Opportunities
Continuing education presentation for veterinarians in Maine, April 9, 2009


This 105 minute lecture was recorded live at a meeting hosted by the Maine Veterinary Medical Association in Waterville, ME. It is the first of several presentations and covers an overview of the state of the art in Johne’s disease diagnosis and control. The presentation employs “clicker” technology allowing audience responses to questions posed on screen; a good way to test your own knowledge.




International Perspectives on Prevention and Control of Johne’s Disease
Invited lecture #1 to the Ontario Dairy Farmers, September 3, 2008


This 36 minutes lecture is a studio recording of the lecture given to the Ontario Dairy Farmers organization. It gives a brief introduction about Johne’s disease and then describes what national control programs exist in different countries with an emphasis on the USA.




Johne’s Disease – Threats and Opportunities
Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD, Invited lecture #2 to the Ontario Dairy Farmers, September 3, 2008


This 40 minutes lecture is a studio recording of the second lecture given to the Ontario Dairy Farmers organization. It first covers reasons for concern about the zoonotic potential of MAP and then gives the encouraging news that all the necessary tools are available to affordably and effectively control Johne’s disease in dairy herds.




Presentations for Producers
Multiple Experts


Click on the link above to open a list of presentations for producers about Johne's Disease.

These are free slide presentations are targeted to goat, beef, sheep, and dairy producers. They cover all of the basics of Johne’s disease diagnosis, control, and prevention.

Many of them allow you to receive a certificate for the training, you’ll be given instructions at the end of the presentation. You’ll need to take a short quiz and pay a small fee.





Summation lecture - 9th International Colloquium on Paratuberculosis
Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD


This is a condensed version of the summation speech given at the 9ICP meeting held in Tsukuba, Japan, November 2008. The talk is a brief summary of the meeting and scientific challenges facing researchers in this field. The content is technical and has 51 slides with 30 minutes of narration.



epidemiology


Mycobacterium paratuberculosis (MAP) and Food Safety
Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD


This 40 minute presentation is part of a continuing education course. It covers why it's important to limit human exposure to MAP through the food chain and explains how on-farm control of paratuberculosis in food-producing animals enhances product safety.




The Crohn’s Connection: A Threat to be Reckoned With
Continuing education presentation for veterinarians in Maine, April 9, 2009. Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD


This 42 minute lecture was recorded live at a meeting hosted by the Maine Veterinary Medical Association in Waterville, ME. It provides evidence from published research that the cause of Johne’s disease, Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis, could be involved in the pathogenesis of Crohn’s disease in humans.




The expanding paratuberculosis epidemic and its implications for food.
Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD


This presentation describes the extensive knowledge generated about Johne’s disease and extensive efforts in the U.S. to create strong control programs. It goes on to speculate why the epidemic appears to be continuing to expand and what consequences that may have for food safety and human health. The presentation was recorded live during a seminar given at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 5, 2008.



 

diagnosis


Case: Johne’s disease in dairy goats
Continuing education presentation for veterinarians in Maine, April 9, 2009


This 10 minute lecture was recorded live at a meeting hosted by the Maine Veterinary Medical Association in Waterville, ME. It is a case presentation on Johne’s disease in dairy goats. The presentation employs “clicker” technology allowing audience responses to questions posed on screen. Investigate the case along with the audience and think about how you might handle this problem.




Consensus recommendations on diagnostic testing of cattle for Johne’s disease in the U.S.
Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD


This presentation describes Johne’s disease testing recommendations for both dairy and beef cattle in eight different situations. The presentation was recorded live at the USDA Advanced Johne’s Disease training program in New Orleans, February, 2008. The accompanying handout is the article on this same topic published in the December 15, 2006 issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (reprinted with permission).

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control


Successful control of Johne’s disease in dairy herds
Michael T. Collins, DVM, PhD


This presentation describes results of a six year field trial to control Johne’s disease in nine Wisconsin dairy herds. The presentation was recorded live at the USDA Advanced Johne’s Disease training program in New Orleans, February, 2008. The accompanying handout on the same topic is from the Proceedings of the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association meeting in Madison, WI October, 2007.

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