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Guidance for Industry 263

Guidance for Industry 263

Guidance for Industry 263

Dr. Craig Payne
Dr. Craig Payne
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 24 Jan 2020
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Last updated: 01 Dec 2020

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Director of the Department of Veterinary Extension and Continuing Education at MU-College of Veterinary Medicine Dr. Craig Payne gives an update on the FDA's Guidance for Industry 263: Recommendations for Sponsors of Medically Important Antimicrobial Drugs Approved for Use in Animals to Voluntarily Bring Under Veterinary Oversight All Products That Continue to be Available Over-the-Counter.

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Recommendations for Sponsors of Medically important Antimicrobial drugs approved for use in animals to voluntarily bring under veterinary oversight all products that continue to be available over-the counter.
Overview
Overview of GFI 263: The final document in a series of documents released by FDA, which is goal to move medically important antimicrobials from over-the-counter to veterinary oversight.
Dr. Craig Payne

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Dr. Craig Payne
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

Craig Payne received his DVM degree from the University of Missouri-College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Upon graduation he practiced at the Animal Medical Center in Marshfield, MO for one year before moving to Sedalia, MO where he became a partner at the Sedalia Veterinary Center. He practiced in Sedalia until 2005 at which time he moved to Kingsville, TX where he pursued an MS degree in Agribusiness from the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management at Texas A&M – Kingsville. After completing his MS degree in 2007, Craig accepted a position as an extension veterinarian for the University of Missouri and is currently the Director of the Department of Veterinary Extension and Continuing Education at MU-College of Veterinary Medicine.

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