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Day 1 : 20 January 2015
Session 1

Surveillance - now and in the future

P A

Keynote presentation – Objectives and expectations for the conference (Bernard Vallat)

 
1

Current OIE standards in surveillance: ten years since adoption (Angus Cameron)

2

Surveillance challenges under different farming and environmental conditions (Larry Hammell)

3

Terrestrial examples of substantiating freedom through outcome-based surveillance: what, why and how?
(Preben Willeberg)

4

Why use outcome based surveillance? (Kristina Landsverk)

5

Surveillance for pathogens absent for two years, five years, or ten years: when can we stop? (Lori Gustafson)

6

Engaging farmers in surveillance (Angus Cameron)

7

Economics of different approaches to surveillance (Katharina Stärk)


Day 2 : 21 January 2015
Session 2
OIE Standards and other initiatives to improve global aquatic animal health
(zoning and compartmentalisation)
P A
1

Application of compartmentalisation in animal trade (Sarah Kahn)

2

OIE standards on the development of compartments: practical experience and recommendations to the OIE
(Joanne Constantine)

3

Conducting risk assessment as a preliminary step to the establishment of a compartment in aquaculture
(Marc le Groumellec)

4

Establishing a compartment: private and public sector cooperation (Justin Henry)

5

Designing surveillance in a compartment: can the same approach be taken for a zone and a compartment?
(Edgar Brun)

6

How to recover a compartment after an outbreak (Hernán Rojas)


Session 3
Implementing the OIE Standards: capacity building and other measures
P A
1

OIE PVS Pathway - Aquatic Animal Health Services (Herbert Schneider)

2

The Philippines’ experience with the OIE PVS Evaluation: Aquatic (Joselito Somga)

3

Results of a PVS Tool: Aquatic questionnaire; the OIE national focal point concept (Gillian Mylrea)

4

Validation of diagnostic tests in the Aquatic Manual (Nick Moody)

5

Diagnostic test validation - particular challenges for aquatic animal pathogens (and the way forward) (Ian Gardner)

 

Session 4
Into the future
P A
1

The moving boundaries of aquaculture (Ingo Ernst)

2

Aquaculture and aquatic animal health: the future as we see it (Rohana Subasinghe)

3

Where do disease control recommendations need to go to support Aquatic Animal Health (Kevin Ellard)

4

Fish welfare: moving towards animal based indicators (Linda Keeling)

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