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Day 1 : Wednesday 7 September 2011
 

SESSION 1
Chair: Dr Katinka De Balogh

THE REALITY OF RABIES: SETTING THE SCENE
Presentations
Abstracts session 1
(part 1)
Dr Alexander Wandeler » Global perspective of rabies
Dr Abdul Rahman

          » Case Report (1) – India

Dr Changchun Tu

          » Case Report (2) – China

SESSION 1
Chair: Dr François Meslin
THE REALITY OF RABIES: SETTING THE SCENE (contd)
Presentations
Abstracts session 1
(part 2)
Dr Thomas Müller

          » Case Report (3) Europe (focus on wildlife)

Dr Hugo Tamayo

          » Case Report (4) Americas

Dr Mehdi El-Harrak

          » Case Report (5) North Africa

Prof. Louis Nel

          » Case Report (6) Southern and Eastern Africa

Dr Dong-Kun Yang

          » Case Report (6) Republic of Korea

SESSION 2
Chair: Dr Claude Taurei Sabeta
SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES : CURRENT AND FUTURE TOOLS AVAILABLE FOR RABIES CONTROL
Presentations
Abstracts session 2
Dr Anthony Fooks

» New diagnostic tools for rabies in animals

Dr Noël Tordo

» New developments in rabies vaccines

Dr Caroline Schumacher

» Criteria for the use of parenteral and oral immunization of dogs

Dr Charles Rupprecht
» Immuno-contraception as a tool for rabies and dog population control  
SESSION 3
Chair: Dr Panayotis Demetriou
ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS OF RABIES CONTROL
Presentations
Abstracts session 3
Dr Katie Hampson

» Reassessment of the socio- economic global burden of rabies:
Human and animal cost of global rabies

Dr Katinka De Balogh

» Impact of animal rabies on local economy Part I : on livestock and working animals

Dr Sarah Cleaveland

» Impact of animal rabies on local economy Part II : on tourism, recreation and wildlife conservation

 
Dr Hans-Joachim Bätza
» Cost of national rabies eradication programmes
Day 2 : Thursday 8 September 2011
SESSION 4
Chair: Dr Panayotis Demetriou
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
Presentations
Abstracts session 4
Dr Lea Knopf

» OIE standards and scientific activities for rabies control

Dr Thiravat Hemachudha
» WHO standards for rabies control (prevention of human infection, professional hazards)
Dr William Karesh

» Other relevant international standards

Dr Hélène Klein
» International movement of pets: Individual identification, pet passports, traceability, quarantine and sanitary controls
Prof. Hassan Abdel Aidaros
» Monitoring and control of dog populations
SESSION 5
Chair: Dr Chul-Joong Kim
ROLE OF VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS IN RABIES CONTROL IN THE ANIMAL RESERVOIR
Presentations
Abstracts session 5
(part1)
Dr Richar Suu-Ire
» Veterinary Services and the veterinary professionals in rabies control
Dr Ottorino Cosivi
» Inter-sectorial collaboration and dog rabies control
Mr Kevin Le Roux
» Local governments and municipalities and dog rabies control
SESSION 5
Chair: Dr Hume Field
ROLE OF VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS IN RABIES CONTROL IN THE ANIMAL RESERVOIR (CONTD)
Presentations
Abstracts session 5
(part2)
Dr David Wilkins
» Rabies control and animal welfare
Dr John Fischer

» Animal habitat and environmental factors

Dr Deborah Briggs
» Professional and public awareness and communication programmes for successful rabies control at the animal source
SESSION 6
Chair: Prof. Vincenzo Caporale
NEW APPROACHES IN DOG RABIES CONTROL PROGRAMMES
Presentations
Abstracts session 6
Prof. Jakob Zinsstag

» Combining dog rabies control programmes with other interventions to control animal diseases opportunities and challenges

Dr Florence Cliquet
» Assuring quality and sustainability of rabies vaccination programmes: Vaccination rabies surveillance post-vaccination monitoring
Dr Mary Elizabeth Miranda
» Public and private funding sources for sustainable animal rabies control programmes
Day 3 : Friday 9 September 2011
SESSION 7
Chair: Dr Christine Fehlner-Gardiner
STRATEGIES TODAY AND TOMORROW AT THE ANIMAL SOURCE
Presentations

Abstracts session 7

Prof. Jakob Zinsstag
» Cost-benefit analysis of rabies control
Dr Gideon Brückner
» Mainstreaming rabies prevention and control at national level: Focus on the role of the national Veterinary Services
Dr Gardner Murray
» OIE activities to support sustainable rabies control: PVS, vaccine banks and the OIE twinning
SESSION 8
Chair: Dr Bernard Vallat
MOVING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE PREVENTION AT THE ANIMAL SOURCE: RECOMMENDATIONS

 

 

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