Le bien-être animal, parlons-en EN PRATIQUE

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Le bien-être animal, parlons-en EN PRATIQUE
Le bien-être animal, parlons-en EN PRATIQUE !
Bovins, chiens, chats, chevaux, lapins, rongeurs, ovins, poissons, porcs,
volailles, quelles techniques existent pour évaluer leur bien-être ?
Autant de questions pour lesquelles des approches concrètes et
accessibles à tous seront développées lors du prochain
Colloque international dédié au bien-être animal
Lyon, du 15 au 18 novembre 2016
Chères consœurs, Chers confrères, Chers collègues et amis,
Lyon accueille prochainement un colloque dédié au bien-être animal. Les plus grands
experts internationaux viendront partager leurs expériences et leurs pratiques
respectives.
Ouvert à tous, bien qu’organisé à l’initiative de vétérinaires spécialisés dans le domaine
biomédical, ce colloque couvrira les différentes approches liées au bien-être des animaux,
quels que soient leur espèce et leur environnement (élevage de rente, compagnie, loisir,
recherche biomédicale, réforme, etc.…).
Nous connaissons aujourd’hui les objectifs réglementaires et sociaux de bien-être animal,
mais comment y accéder ? Comment garantir qu’un animal d’une espèce donnée,
quelle que soit son utilisation, soit en état de bien-être ? Comment uniformiser
les pratiques ?
C’est à ces questions que ce colloque ambitieux souhaite répondre, grâce au partage de
pratiques.
A l’issue des conférences, tous les participants auront la possibilité de s’initier à des
ateliers d’évaluation du bien-être, suivis d’une mise en pratique sur le terrain.
Concernant la langue utilisée pendant le colloque :
Les conférences plénières seront données en langue anglaise. Afin que cela ne soit pas
un obstacle à votre venue, de nombreux participants seront à vos côtés pour
faciliter la compréhension des échanges.
Les ateliers seront animés en langue anglaise ou française selon la demande des
participants.
Nous vous attendons donc nombreux
pour ce colloque exceptionnel !
Pour plus d’informations et vous inscrire, nous vous invitons à consulter la page internet
du colloque : http://www.alphavisa.com/eslav-eclam/2016/index.php
Sincèrement,
Dominique Autier-Dérian, Animal Welfare Consulting
Alice de Boyer des Roches, VetAgro Sup - Campus Vétérinaire de Lyon
Anne-Claire Lomellini-Dereclenne, Ecole Nationale des Services Vétérinaires, Lyon
Nicolas Dudoignon, European Society of Laboratory Animal Veterinarians
2016 ESLAV/ECLAM Meeting on Animal Welfare
http://www.alphavisa.com/eslav-eclam/2016/index.php
PROGRAM as of SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2016. ESLAV/ECLAM
Topic
Proposed Speaker
DAY 1 - TUESDAY NOV. 15, 2016
Session 1 - Why should we care about animal welfare?
17:00
19:00
Welcome address
Pres ESLAV, ECLAM, Program Chair
The Science of Animal Welfare: A brief history
Donald Broom
(University of Cambridge - USA)
Ethics and Animals: How Does One Influence Attitudes to Animal Welfare?
James Serpell
(University of Pennsylvania - USA)
OIE standard setting process in animal welfare: the principles and
procedures
Leopoldo Stuardo
(World Organisation for Animal Health - France)
Welcome Cocktail
DAY 2 - WEDNESDAY NOV. 16, 2016
Session 2 - Understanding Animal Needs
08:30
10:15
Ethology applied to animal welfare improvement
Dominique Autier-Dérian
(Animal Welfare Consulting - France)
The mental states and emotions of animals
Alain Boissy
(Inra - France)
Taking into account sensory abilities to improve animal welfare
Bierte Nielsen
(Inra - France)
Taking into account early rearing experiences to improve animal welfare
Cathy Dwyer
(Scotland's Rural College - UK)
Taking into account cognitive abilities to improve animal welfare
TBD
Break
Exhibition and Posters area
Taking into account differences between species to improve animal welfare
Christina Winnicker
(Columbia University - USA)
Taking into account the needs of genetically engineered animals to improve Silvia Mandillo
animal welfare
(National Research Council - Italy)
Taking into account the unique needs of aquatic animals to improve animal Howard Browman
welfare
(Institute of Marine Research - Norway)
12:15
Lunch
Exhibition and Posters area
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PROGRAM as of SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2016. ESLAV/ECLAM
Topic
Proposed Speaker
Session 3 - Measuring animal welfare in different situations
13:20
14:40
Animal Welfare in agricultural settings
Alice de Boyer des Roches and Isabelle Veissier
(VetAgro Sup - France)
Animal Welfare in a companion animal - shelter setting
Paolo Dalla Villa
(IZSAM - Italy)
Animal Welfare in a companion animal - human domestic setting
Sarah Heath
(Behavioural Referrals - UK)
Animal Welfare in a zoo setting
Daniel Turner
Born Free Foundation - UK)
Break
Exhibition and Posters area
Animal Welfare in a laboratory setting
Huw Golledge
(Universities Federation for Animal Welfare - UK)
Pain assesment (in a laboratory setting)
Paul Flecknell
(Newcastle University - UK)
Short Oral Communications
17:20
ESLAV AGM
19:30
Gala dinner
DAY 3 - THURSDAY NOV. 17, 2016
Session 4 - Human attitudes towards Animal Welfare - Conclusion and Perpectives
08:30
Who owns animal welfare?
Kathryn Bayne
(AAALAC International)
Creating a culture of care
Marilyn Brown
(Charles River Laboratories - USA)
The role and responsibility of the veterinarian in promoting animal welfare
Rafael Laguens
(Federation of Veterinarians of Europe - Belgium)
Cognitive dissonance; human-animal relationshsips, psycho-social aspects of
TBD
dealing with critical situations (experiments, animal food "production", euthanasia)
10:10
13:00
New directions in animal welfare science
David Fraser
(University of British Columbia - Canada)
Break
Exhibition and Posters area
The look of animal welfare in the future, from different perspectives
Representatives from the scientific community, the
authorities and stakeholders organisations
Embracing animal welfare
(end of plenary sessions)
Presidents of ECLAM/ESLAV
Lunch
Exhibition and Posters area
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PROGRAM as of SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2016. ESLAV/ECLAM
Topic
Proposed Speaker
Workshops Part 1. Theory
14:00
Parallel workshops organised by species (horses, dogs, pigs, cattle,
captive wild fauna, rodents…) to cover: applicable regulations, animal
welfare assessment tools, critical issues, preparation for the visit
17:30
Free time in Lyon
DAY 4 - FRIDAY NOV. 18, 2016
Workshops Part 2. Practice
08:00
Practical session of workshops through visits in farms, shelters, horse
riding schools, research facilities… to conduct on-site animal welfare
assessment in small groups
Participants will prepare feedback for the afternoon
13:00
15:30
Buffet lunch
VetAgro Sup (Lyon Vet School)
Workshop: Group feedback
VetAgro Sup (Lyon Vet School)
Farewell
(shuttle departure back to Lyon City Center)
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