Free Webinar: “Issues Facing Fish & Aquatic Animal Welfare” – in Celebration of World Veterinary Day & the Beginnings of a Global Dialogue

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From: Palic, Dusan <d.palic@fisch.vetmed.uni-muenchen.de>
Date: Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 5:20 PM
Subject: WAVMA Members-L: Fish Welfare Dialogue Webinar announcement
To: WAVMA_Members-L@wavma.org
Dear All,

 

If you have an interest in aquatic animal welfare, this is a great opportunity to share facts & opinions, and discuss multiple topics in the forthcoming dialogue. The announced webinar is a kick-off event for the fish welfare dialogue project spearheaded by WAVMA, LMU and supported by WVA and FVE.

 

Also, please share with forums and colleagues that you think may be interested.

 

Best regards,
Dusan

 

Free Webinar: “Issues Facing Fish & Aquatic Animal Welfare” – in Celebration of World Veterinary Day & the Beginnings of a Global Dialogue

When: Saturday, April 26, 2013 – 13:00 GMT/UTC (click http://tinyurl.com/ktgvpnc for your local time)

Register now ! Click on https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2387014812762073858
If you are unable to participate, be sure to register to receive information on accessing a recording of this webinar, information on future webinars, how to participate in the Fish Welfare Dialogue, and the September 2014 International Fish Welfare Conference

Speaker: Chris Walster, BVMS, MVPH, CertAqV, MRCVS
The Island Veterinary Associates, Stafford, UK

Moderator: Dusan Palic, DVM, PhD, CertAqV
Ludwig-Maximilians University, Tierärztliche Fakultät, Munich Germany

About the Webinar & the Dialogue:

The Webinar
This webinar is in celebration of World Veterinary Day and the beginning of a 6-month international conversation (the “Fish Welfare Dialogue”) on numerous issues concerning the human-animal relationship with aquatic animals. It will introduce some of the important issues (from science to philosophy) that affect how non-governmental organizations, governments, animal owners and society at large, might address the welfare of aquatic animals (particularly finfish and invertebrates).

Post-webinar Dialogue & Conference
As part of the Fish Welfare Dialogue, all webinar participants will have the opportunity to discuss these and other issues through web-based discussion forums. With the hopes of developing realistic, practical and optimal approaches for the welfare of all aquatic animals, and the benefit of mankind, these discussions will serve as the basis for refining how aquatic animal welfare should be addressed at an International Conference on Fish Welfare in Munich, Germany in September 2014.

Organizers & Supporters
This webinar has been organized and coordinated by Ludwig-Maximillians University & the World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association. Other organisations are invited to participate in and distribute information on the Fish Welfare Dialogue, future Fish Welfare webinars and the 2014 International Fish Welfare Conference. For more information contact admin@fishwelfare.org.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Dušan Palić, D.V.M., MVSc, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair of Fish Diseases and Fisheries Biology
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich

Prof. Dr. Dušan Palić
Lehrstuhl für Fischkrankheiten und Fischereibiologie
Tierärztliche Fakultät, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Kaulbachstraße 37
80539 München
Deutschland
Email: d.palic@lmu.de
Tel: +49 (0)89 2180 2282

26-April-2014_Fish-Welfare-Dialogue-Webinar(Flier).pdf

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