PCVC 7

7th Pan Commonwealth Veterinary Conference
of the Commonwealth Veterinary Association

3rd - 7th March, 2019

NIANP, Bangalore India

Day 1 - Friday, 01st March 2019
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  • Arrival of CVA Regional Representatives and Councillors
  • 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
  • WSAVA Board Meeting, Board Room, Hotel La Marvella
Day 1 - Saturday, 02nd March 2019
  • 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
  • WSAVA Board Meeting
    Board Room, Hotel La Marvella
  • 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
  • CVA Executive Committee Meeting
    NIANP Board Room
  • 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
  • CVA Council Meeting
    NIANP Board Room
  • 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm
  • CVA Dinner, Hotel La Marvella
Day 2 - Sunday, 03rd March 2019
  • 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
  • Registration
  • 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
  • WSAVA Board Meeting, NIANP
  • 8.30 pm - 5.30 pm
  • Satellite Session - Auditorium 1 - Workshop on Research in Animal Welfare
    Chair: Peter Thornber,Australia
  • 8.30 am - 8.45 am
  • Welcome
    Introductory remarks
    Introduction of Expert Working Group Members
    Apologies
    Meeting objectives
    Agreement to workshop agenda
    - Peter Thornber
  • 8.45 am - 8.50 am
  • Logistical arrangements - S. Abdul Rahman
  • 8.50 am - 8.10 am
  • Overview of the CVA Animal Welfare Centre of Excellence - S. Abdul Rahman
  • 9.10 am - 10.10 am
  • Ten Minute Presentations from invited animal welfare specialists on current global priorities relating to their respective animal welfare centres
    Summary one page dot point paper from each of the experts
    - David Mellor, New Zealand
    - Donald Broom, UK
    - Natalie Waran, New Zealand
    - Mike Appleby, UK
    - Clive Phillips, Australia
  • 10.10 am - 10.40 am
  • Tea /Coffee Break
  • 10.40 am - 11.40 am
  • Summary one page dot point paper from each of the experts (Presentations Continued)
    - Cathy Dwyer, UK
    Tanya Stephens, Australia
    Sean Wensley, UK
    Quaza Nizamuddin, Malaysia
    Rebeca Garcia, UK
    Kathryn Bayne, USA
  • 11.40 am - 12.30 pm
  • Questions, discussion on common themes, priorities of relevance to India, Asia and The CVA.
  • 12.30 pm - 01.30 pm
  • Lunch break
  • 01.30 pm - 02.00 pm
  • Circulated Paper on draft terms of reference and method of operation
    Discussion and recommendations on the draft vision, mission, goals and objectives for the Centre.
  • 02.00 pm - 03.00 pm
  • Circulated Paper on draft terms of reference and method of operation
    Discussion and recommendations on the Centres terms of reference and method of operations.
  • 03.00 pm - 03.30 pm
  • Discussion on potential partnerships, collaborations, projects
  • 03.30 pm - 04.00 pm
  • Tea /Coffee Break
  • 04.00 pm - 04.30 pm
  • Discussion on potential partnerships, collaborations, projects (cont’d)
  • 04.30 pm
  • Meeting Closure
  • 06.00 pm - 07.00 pm
  • Inauguration - Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary DARE and Director General, ICAR
    Key Note Address by Dr. Mark Schipp, President, OIE
  • 07.00 pm - 09.00 pm
  • Dinner

Day 3 - Monday, 04th March 2019

  • 9.00 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Plenary Session 1
  • 9.00 am - 9.30 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Challenges to the Veterinary Profession: Climate Change
    Raghavendra Bhatta, Director, ICAR-NIANP, India
  • 9.30 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Challenges to the Veterinary Profession: Climate Change
    Paula Parker, President AVA, Australia
  • 10.00 am - 10.30 am
  • Tea /Coffee break
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    • Session 1: Companion Animal Medicine (WSAVA Stream)
      Session Chair: Shane Ryan, Singapore
    • Auditorium 1
    • Session 2: Climate Change
      Session Chair: Raghavendra Bhatta, India
    • Auditorium 2
    • Session 3: Integrative Veterinary Medicine
      Session Chair: Mushtaq Memon, USA
    • Auditorium 3
    • TBA
    • Auditorium 4
    • 10.30 am - 10.55 am
    • Ruhnau Jens
      Veterinary Dentistry
    • Raghavendra Bhatta, India
    • Mushtaq Memon, USA
      Current trends in Integrative Veterinary Medicine
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    • 10.55 am - 11.20 am
    • S. Yathiraj, India
    • John Gaughan, Australia
    • Mohammed Essa, Qatar
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    • 11.20 am - 11.45 am
    • Michael Day, UK (WSAVA)
    • Dianne Phillips, Australia
      Climate Change and vector borne diseases in production animals: biosecurity implications
    • P. Deshmukh, India
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    • 11.45 am - 12.10 pm
    • K. G. Umesh, India
    • Michael Friend, Australia
      Nutritional strategies to improve the reproductive performance of sheep
    • Ayush Kumar, India (tbc)
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    • 12.10 pm - 12.35 pm
    • Karen Reed, UK
    • Nicola Lacetera, Italy
      Impact of climate change on livestock health
    • S.K.Rana, India
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    • 12.35 pm - 1.00 pm
    • P. Sridevi, India
      Current trends in controlling reproduction in cats and dogs
    • Dr. Rafat Al-Jassim, Australia
    • TBA
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  • 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm
  • Lunch Break
    • 2.00 pm - 2.25 pm
    • Shiwani Tendell, India
      Exotic pets
    • Graeme Martin, Australia (tbc)
    • TBA
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    • 2.25 pm - 2.50 pm
    • RK Chandolia, India
      Ultrasonography in small aniamls
    • D. V. Sejian, India
      Climate Change and Livestock Production: Multiple stresses impact and Amelioration
    • TBA
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    • 2.50 pm - 3.15 pm
    • Siraya Chuekamrai, Thailand, WSAVA
    • Paul Iji, Fiji
      A Pacific Island Community Perspective
    • TBA
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    • 3.15 pm - 3.40 pm
    • K. Jeyaraja, India
      Current trends in echocardiography in small animal practice
    • Frank Dunshea, Australia
    • TBA
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  • 3.40 pm - 4.00 pm
  • Tea /Coffee break
    • 4.00 pm - 4.25 pm
    • WSAVA
    • TBA
    • TBA
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    • 4.25 pm - 4.50 pm
    • WSAVA
    • TBA
    • TBA
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  • 4.50 pm - 5.15 pm
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • 5.15 pm - 6.30 pm
    Auditorium 1
  • Panel Discussion
    Controversies in companion animal medicine- Interactive session with panel of experts
  • 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm
  • Cultural Programme and Dinner

Day 4 - Tuesday, 05th March 2019

  • 9.00 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Plenary Session 2
  • Companion Animal Medicine (WSAVA Stream)
  • 9.00 am - 9.30 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Challenges to the Veterinary Profession - Livestock Production
    John Fishwick, President BVA, UK
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • 9.30 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Understanding Animal Behaviour
    Michael Appleby, UK
  • Veterinary College Hospital,
    Hebbal, Bangalore
  • 10.00 am - 10.30 am
  • Tea /Coffee break
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    • Session 4: Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Ethics (ISAE Stream)
      Session Chair: Michael Appleby, UK
       
    • Auditorium 1
       
    • Session 5: Livestock & Poultry Health and Production
      Session Chair: C. Balachandran, Vice Chancellor, TANUVAS
    • Auditorium 2
       
    • Session 6: Veterinary Continuing Education
      Session Chair: P.Biswas, Vice Chancellor, WBUAFS
    • Auditorium 3
       
    • Veterinary Dentistry
      Wet Lab
    • Veterinary College Hospital, Hebbal, Bangalore
    • 10.30 am - 10.55 am
    • Cathy Dwyer, UK (tbc)
      Animal Welfare Worldwide
    • Andrea Gavilnelli, EU Belgium
    • Narendra Singh Rathore, India
    • Ruhnau Jens
      Oral Anatomy for practicing vets - 30 minutes
    • 10.55 am - 11.20 am
    • Birte Nielsen, France
      The role of ISAE in research and education in applied animal behaviour and welfare
    • P. S. Mahesh, India
    • John Weaver, Australia
      Changing the paradigm: developing veterinary leaders for the future
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  • 11.20 am - 1.00 pm
    Veterinary College Hospital, Bangalore
  • How to run Common dental conditions in general practice- One hour
  • How to sell Preventive Oral care in practice - 45 minutes
    • 11.20 am - 11.45 am
    • Rebecca G., UK
      One Welfare
    • Ian Dacre, OIE, Thailand
    • Placid D'Souza, India
    • --
    • 11.45 am - 12.10 pm
    • Leopoldo Stuardo, France
      Implementation of OIE Standards
    • Nitish Debanath, Bangladesh
    • M. K. Jhala, India
      Veterinary Education: Challenges and Future
    • --
    • 12.10 pm - 12.35 pm
    • Tanya Stephens, Australia
      Ethics, Evidence and Animal Welfare
    • Pankaj Shukla, India
    • Ian Douglas, Australia
      VetTrain 3 - the latest phase of a landmark clinical training initiative
    • --
    • 12.35 pm - 1.00 pm
    • Natalie Waran, New Zealand
      One Welfare - A human lens to improve animal welfare
    • Sachin Kumar, India
    • Donald Broom, UK
      Teaching animal welfare and behaviour
    • --
  • 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm
  • Lunch Break
  • 2.00 pm - 3.40 pm
    Veterinary College Hospital, Bangalore
  • Wet Lab - Instrumentation for dentistry explained
  • Analgesia and anaesthesia in dentistry
  • Practicing Dental Radiograpghy
    • 2.00 pm - 2.25 pm
    • M. L. Kamboj /Pawan Singh, India
      Dairy cattle /buffalo behaviour and welfare
    • Arvind Bhat, India
    • Sharda /Tajunissa, India
      CVA's Rabies Training Programme in Bangalore
    • --
    • 2.25 pm - 2.50 pm
    • Michael Cockram, Canada
      The veterinary profession and animal welfare
    • M. M. Chengappa, USA
    • Nienke Endenburg, Netherlands
      Professional wellness of the veterinarian
    • --
    • 2.50 pm - 3.15 pm
    • David Mellor, New Zealand
      The Five Domains
    • Andrew Fisher, Australia
      Livestock farming - does bigger equal better? implications for health and welfare
    • Jeff Cave, Australia
      CVA's continuing education portal
    • --
    • 3.15 pm - 3.40 pm
    • Anna Olsson, Portugal
      Ethics of lab animal science
    • N. Sriranganathan, USA
      Control of Brucellosis
    • TBA
    • --
  • 3.40 pm - 4.00 pm
  • Tea /Coffee break
  • 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm
    Veterinary College Hospital, Bangalore
  • Polishing and scaling
  • Tooth extraction techniques (5 vets per station x 10 stations = 50 vets)
    • 4.00 pm - 4.25 pm
    • Robert Johnson, Australia
      Wildlife Welfare in Australia
    • G. Shivprakash, USA
    • TBA
    • --
    • 4.25 pm - 4.50 pm
    • Rebecca S., UK
      Welfare of Dogs
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • --
    • 4.50 pm - 5.15 pm
    • TBA
    • Vivek Kapoor, USA (tbc)
    • A. Raghavendra, USA
    • --
    • 5.15 pm - 5.40 pm
    • Presentation ISAE 2020 by organising committee
    • Vivek Kapoor, USA (tbc)
    • TBA
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    • 5.40 pm - 6.00 pm
    • Roundtable discussion on suitable scientific topics for ISAE 2020
      (moderated by Cathy Dwyer, Abdul Rahman, Birte Nielsen)
    • Jaya Reddy, USA (tbc)
    • TBA
    • --
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    • Panel Discussion
    • Panel Discussion
    • Panel Discussion
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  • 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm
  • Cultural Programme and Dinner

Day 5 - Wednesday, 06th March 2019

  • 9.00 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Plenary Session 3
  • 9.00 am - 9.30 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Noubia Gribi, USA
    Women Empowerment in Livestock /Agriculture
  • 9.30 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Antimicrobial resistance and responsible use of drugs
    Peter Blaikie, President NZVA, New Zealand
  • 10.00 am - 10.30 am
  • Tea /Coffee break
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    • Session 7: Control of Rabies One Health Initiative
      Session Chair: Bernadetta Abela Ridder ,WHO Geneva
    • Auditorium 1
    • Session 8: Antimicrobial Resistance
      Session Chair: John Fishwick, UK
    • Auditorium 2
    • Session 9: Women and Sustainable Livestock Production
      Session Chair: Robin Yarrow, Fiji
    • Auditorium 3
    • Workshop on Research in Animal Welfare
    • Animal Welfare Research Centre
  • 10.30 am - 6.00 pm
  • Visit of Animal Welfare Experts to CVA/KVAFSU
    Animal Welfare Research Centre, Hebbal, Bangalore
    • 10.30 am - 10.55 am
    • Bernadetta Abela Ridder, Switzerland
    • Daniella Batteglia, Rome
    • Noubia Gribi, USA
      Gender Integrated Value Chain: Promote Gender equality and empower women
    • --
    • 10.55 am - 11.20 am
    • Luke Gamble, UKMission Rabies
    • Eric Brum, Thailand
    • Ramkumar, India
    • --
    • 11.20 am - 11.45 am
    • Tony Fooks, UK
    • T G Nagaraja, Kansas
    • Jeff Cave, Australia
    • --
    • 11.45 am - 12.10 pm
    • Charles Ruprecht, USA
    • Srini Kaveri, France
    • Henry Magwisha, Tanzania
    • --
    • 12.10 pm - 12.35 pm
    • G. Gongal, India
      One Health approach for Rabies elimination: Issues and challenges
    • Vijay Pal Singh, India
    • R. Rajeshwari, India
    • --
    • 12.35 pm - 1.00 pm
    • Katinka de Balogh, Thailand
    • Zeev Noga, Belgium
      Using the One Health Approach to Fight the Development of Antimicrobial Resistance
    • Chris Wanga, Kenya
      Masai Women in Kenya
    • --
  • 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm
  • Lunch Break
    • 2.00 pm - 2.25 pm
    • Ryan Wallace, USA
    • Nadeem Fairoze, India
    • TBA
    • --
    • 2.25 pm - 2.50 pm
    • Reeta Mani, India
    • Nagendra R Hegde, India
    • TBA
    • --
    • 2.50 pm - 3.15 pm
    • Ashwathnarayana, India
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • --
    • 3.15 pm - 3.40 pm
    • Ashley C. Banyard, UK
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • --
  • 3.40 pm - 4.00 pm
  • Tea /Coffee break
  • 4.00 pm - 6.30 pm
  • Visit to Farms
  • Dairy, Poultry, Piggery and Sheep
    • 4.00 pm - 4.25 pm
    • Shrikrishna Isloor, India
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • --
    • 4.25 pm - 4.50 pm
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • --
  • 4.50 pm - 6.30 pm
  • Trends in Rabies Control- Interactive session with panel of experts
  • Chair:M.K.Sudarshan, India
  • 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm
  • Cultural Programme and Dinner

Day 6 - Thursday, 07th March 2019

  • 9.00 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Plenary Session 4
  • 9.00 am - 9.30 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Robert Johnson, Australia
    Wildlife as Sentinel species
  • 9.30 am - 10.00 am
    Auditorium 1
  • Mike Baker, UK
  • 10.00 am - 10.30 am
  • Tea /Coffee break
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    • Session 10: Workshop on Welfare of Working Equids
      Session Chair: Peter Thornber, Australia
    • Auditorium 1
    • Session 11: Epidemilogy and Public Health
      Session Chair: V.Hari Babu, Vice Chancellor, SVVU
    • Auditorium 2
    • Session 12: Wild Life Medicine
      Session Chair: Robert Johnson, Australia
    • Auditorium 3
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    • 10.30 am - 10.55 am
    • Valentina Riva, UK
      The Importance of the Working Equid Sector to Sustainable Development
    • Susanne Münstermann, Germany
    • Naryana Bhatt, India
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    • 10.55 am - 11.20 am
    • Natalie Waran, New Zealand
      The appliance of science for improving equine welfare
    • Paolo Dalla Villa, Italy
      Future challenges in the areas of growing veterinary interest - Urban Hygiene and Non-Epidemic Emergencies
    • Robert Johnson, Australia
      Triaging and treatment of wildlife in Australia
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    • 11.20 am - 11.45 am
    • Faith Burden, UK
      Practical donkey welfare assessment
    • R Balamurugan, India
    • Manjunath B., India
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    • 11.45 am - 12.10 pm
    • The Brooke
      Assisting Human Behaviour Change for the Welfare of Working Equids
    • S.B.Barbuddhe,India
    • K. Ramesh, India (tbc)
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    • 12.10 pm - 12.35 pm
    • SPANA
      SPANA Working Equid Programs to help animals and humans
    • Gangamma, India
    • Parag Nigam, India (tbc)
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    • 12.35 pm - 1.00 pm
    • Panel Discussion Led By
      Peter Thornber, Australia
    • TBA
    • Prayag H. S.,India
      Use of CK obession to lure big cats in human wildlife conflict
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  • 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm
  • Lunch Break
    • 2.00 pm - 2.25 pm
    • Emma Hales, UK
      World Horse Welfare Programs for Working Equids
    • S. M. Nataraju, India
    • TBA
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    • 2.25 pm - 2.50 pm
    • Joe Collins, UK
      Donkeys are different – a veterinary clinical perspective
    • Nita Harding, New Zealand
      Bovine Mycoplasma
    • TBA
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    • 2.50 pm - 3.15 pm
    • Uttam Kafle, Nepal
      Improving the lives of Brick Kiln working equids
    • TBA
    • TBA
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    • 3.15 pm - 3.40 pm
    • Ramesh Kumar, India
      An Indian perspective on challenges and programs for Working Equids
    • TBA
    • TBA
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  • 3.40 pm - 4.00 pm
  • Tea /Coffee break
    • 4.00 pm - 4.30 pm
    • Implementing the OIE welfare standards on working equids
    • TBA
    • TBA
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    • 4.30 pm - 5.15 pm
    • Faith Burden, Joe Collins, WHW & Natalie Warren, The Brooke
      Discussion Forum – The Welfare and ethics of the China donkey skin trade and donkey farming
    • TBA
    • TBA
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    • 5.15 pm - 5.40 pm
    • Roly Owers, UK
      Summary of the day key issues. Next steps
    • TBA
    • TBA
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    • 5.40 pm - 6.30 pm
    • Closure
    • Panel Discussion
    • Panel Discussion
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  • 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm
  • Free Evening
Day 7 - Friday, 08th March 2019
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  • Field Visits

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