One Welfare Conference II
The CVE is honoured to be accepting the baton from Canada to host the second international One Welfare Conference in Sydney, Australia.
What is One Welfare?
One Welfare is a framework that recognises the inextricable links between
- Animal welfare
- Human wellbeing
- Environmental sustainability
It is a cross-disciplinary space promoting collaboration to address complex, 'wicked' problems to establish outcomes that benefit humans, animals and the environment. These include issues such as climate change, drought and water supply, animal hoarding, food security and nutrition, conservation and the changing human-animal interface.
This event is designed to gather national and international experts across animal welfare, human healthcare, conservationists and environmental scientists to learn from one another. By bringing together public and private stakeholders, including those from government, academic, non-profit organisations and industry, we can discuss research, best practices, models and policies that have succeeded – or not – in managing these complex problems.
This is an opportunity to:
- Create a unique, positive environmental for sharing of expert knowledge and establish networks
- Share and troubleshoot solutions from across regions, states, and countries, in both private and public sectors
- Identify and analyse legislative barriers and brainstorm solutions
- To strengthen the international One Welfare network
DEVOTE 3 DAYS TO WELFARE
Mental Wellbeing for Veterinary Teams Symposium | 16 October 2019
This exciting 1-day symposium is aimed at promoting wellbeing and tapping into resources we may not know we have. Our speakers will provide bite-sized insights, with a focus on positive action you can take to build resilience and support colleagues.
In addition to their talks, each speaker will give FOUR WORDS of advice to help us move forwards with our lives and careers. We feel that any small, suggested change can be summarised in four words.
Using the funds raised from last year’s Vet Cookbook. A complementary topic to One Welfare, this is a heads-up for those of you planning leave and airfares. To encourage you to enrol in the 3rd day we are offering you a 50% discount for the mental health and wellbeing workshop.
Visit the Mental Wellbeing for Veterinary Teams webpage for more information.
This event is organised in collaboration with the ‘One Welfare’ project node of the Charles Perkins Centre
BA (Hons) BScVet (Hons) BVSc(Hons) MVetStud GradCertEduStud (HigherEd) MANZCVS DipECAWBM(AWSEL)
Anne Fawcett is a companion animal veterinarian, and a lecturer at the Sydney School of Veterinary Science. She is a member by examination in the animal welfare chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, and is a Diplomate of the European College of Animal Welfare and Behaviour Medicine in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law.
She co-authored the book Veterinary Ethics: Navigating Tough Cases with Dr Siobhan Mullan, and is the author of numerous academic publications including peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. Her research interests include animal welfare and ethics.
In addition, Anne was co-editor of the Vet Cookbook, an initiative to promote mental wellbeing in veterinarians, nurses and others working with animals.
Paul is a riding instructor, veterinarian and ethologist. He is Professor of Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare Science at the University of Sydney’s School of Veterinary Science. The author of over 250 peer-reviewed scientific publications and seven books, Paul has received numerous Australian and international awards for his research and teaching innovations. He is a co-founder and honorary fellow of the International Society for Equitation Science. With federal funding, he leads a consortium of all the Australian and NZ veterinary faculties that has developed the One Welfare portal, delivering curriculum resources for the teaching of animal welfare science and ethics. He also leads the VetCompass initiative that has brought together all of the Australian veterinary schools to provide national disease surveillance for companion animals and horses.
Amelia (Millie) Cornish
BSc, BA, MBus, PhD Candidate
Amelia is a PhD candidate within Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney. Her research interest is in the study of consumer food purchasing behaviour for animal-derived products, in particular, the awareness consumers have of modern farming practices, and the level of concern they have for the treatment of animals in food production. Amelia has a Master of Business and a Bachelor of Art and Science. Before starting her PhD, Amelia worked in animal advocacy for over 4 years in both the UK and US.
B.Sc. (Ag.), DVM, PhD
Dale received a B.Sc. (Ag.) from the University of Manitoba and completed his DVM at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, prior to working as a mixed animal veterinarian in rural Manitoba. He returned to the University of Saskatchewan completing a Ph.D. in Large Animal Clinical Sciences.
Since 2008, Dale has worked with Manitoba Agriculture serving in various roles such as the Veterinary Lead for Animal Welfare Programs, the Acting Chief Veterinary Officer, and currently as the Veterinary Public Health Epidemiologist. He also co-chairs the Manitoba One Health Steering Committee. In these positions, Dale has had the opportunity to participate with agricultural industry, animal welfare enforcement, and public health organizations as well as engaging in disease outbreak preparedness and response activities. In 2016, he spearheaded and co-chaired the inaugural International One Welfare Conference hosted in Winnipeg that focussed on the human impacts of animal health and welfare issues including those associated with disease outbreak response.
Richard Rusk received his Bachelor’s degree of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 1992 and his Medical Doctors degree in 2005 from University of Manitoba. He went on to specialise in Public Health with an emphasis on Zoonotic diseases. He worked as a Medical Officer of Health for the Health Ministry in Manitoba, with a focus on developing a One Health approach to zoonotic disease management in the health industry. He has been instrumental in developing the One Welfare aspect of One Health in Canada through collaborative work between Manitoba Agriculture and Manitoba Health and nationally through work with the National Farm Animal Health and Welfare Council.
In his spare time, he works in a community medicine practice, helps with teaching medical students and does triathlon.
BSc MS DVM DVSc DACLAM DABT DECAWBM (AWSEL)
Patricia Turner is a laboratory animal veterinarian and pathologist who works as Corporate Vice-President, Global Animal Welfare for Charles River Laboratories. In this role, she is responsible for assessing welfare risks and developing animal welfare policy and related training. Previously, Turner worked as a tenured professor in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph, where she was also Program Leader for Laboratory Animal Science and her lab conducted research in infectious disease and applied animal welfare. Turner completed a BSc in Biochemistry (McMaster University) and an MSc in Pharmacology (Dalhousie University), prior to a DVM degree at the Ontario Veterinary College. After two years of mixed practice, she returned to the University of Guelph for a Doctorate of Veterinary Sciences in Comparative Pathology. Turner is a Diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM), the American Board of Toxicology (ABT), and the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine (specialising in Welfare Science, Ethics, and Law; ECAWBM). She is current President-Elect of the World Veterinary Association and an author and editor of many academic publications on animal welfare and ethics, laboratory animal science, and small mammal pathology.
Click on the speaker name to see their full bio.
|Jan Allen||Larry Carbone||Nicole Clark||Amelia R Cornish||Natalie Davey|
|Andreia De Paula Vieira||Dale Douma||Rosemary Elliot||Nienke Endenburg||Bruce Englefield|
|Rebecca Halligan||Andrea Harvey||Cia Johnson||Y. Baby Kaurivi||Barry Kipperman|
|Janice Lloyd||Phil McManus||Judy Murray||Bronwyn Orr||Christine Parke|
|Lauren Powell||Andrew Rowan||Richard Rusk||K-lynn Smith||Hayley Squance|
|Tanya Stephens||Stephanie Stubbe||Bridey White|
Contemporary and thought-provoking, this book provides a definition of the concept of One Welfare: A Framework to improve Animal Welfare and Human Wellbeing. The book establishes a conceptual framework, in 5 sections, resulting from a 3-month global consultation on a draft proposal comprising nine areas.
You can purchase this book via the registration link below
Note: 25% of printed book sales profit from this website will go towards the crowdfunding campaign to make the e-book free access and 75% into the One Welfare Community Interest Company to support the dissemination and implementation of One Welfare. More information here www.onewelfareworld.org/book.html
|CONFERENCE ONLY||1-DAY||Conference + workshop||Textbook|
|Recent Grad / Part-time Member||$252||$126||$302||$40|
|Non-member / eMember||$504||$252||$584||$40|
NEW CVE Practice Member Benefit! Practice registration is available for those Practice Member clinics keen to share this educational experience amongst the team by sending different vets on different days. Contact our friendly customer service officers at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 2 9351 7979 to find out more and register.
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