How the Coronavirus Pandemic Changed Animal and Human Health in South Dakota – Flier + Agenda

Recording of morning session *Please note: Dr. Clayton’s audio did not fully record; the ppt is still visible.

Recording of afternoon session (until 4pm CT)

Recording of remainder of afternoon session *Please note: There are a few minutes missing from Dr. Helberg’s presentation between the end of the afternoon session recording and this recording.


COVID-19 Pandemic: Emergence and Adaptation (Joshua Clayton, SD DOH)

Animal Coronaviruses: Differences and Similarities VS Covid-19 (Ben Hause, SDSU)

The Impact of COVID-19 on Medical Education (Jennifer Hsu, USD SSOM)

Virtual VM4 Clinical Rotations: Pandemic Response at ISU College of Veterinary Medicine (Jessica Ward, ISU)

COVID-19 and Food Supply Chain Distributions (Todd Tedrow, SD Animal Industry Board)

COVID-19 and the Delivery of Veterinary Care in South Dakota (Jennifer L. Stevens, Horizon Pet Care)

Developing Human and Animal Vaccines for SARS-CoV2 (Alan J. Young, SDSU)

Apathic to Opposed: COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy (Jennifer Hsu, USD SSOM)

How South Dakota's Veterinary Lab Ramped up to Test Human Specimens for SARS-CoV2 (Jane Christopher-Hennings, SDSU)

Caring for Respiratory Patients in the Midst of the Pandemic (Scott B. Helberg, Sanford Health)

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