We would like to invite all our current residents and their supervisors and everyone interested in stepping into this procedure in the future to the 2nd Residency Day of Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law.
Wednesday, 19th October 2016 (one day ahead of the Annual College Conference), 14:00-18:00 in Cascais, Portugal (room is close to the Town Hall/Center of the village).
We will have our current residents presenting selected cases out of our field followed by discussion.
Plus: Mini-Workshop on ethical decision making and animal welfare (chaired by Anna Valros and Laura Hänninen)
Free of charge, interested diplomates are also welcome. But limited space, so please register with a mail to the residency committee (Marlene Kirchner) under firstname.lastname@example.org
Câmara Municipal de Cascais (Town Hall in portuguese), Praça 5 de Outubro, room named: Salão Nobre
Time: (arrival from 13:45) 14:00 – 18:00
Participation: free, after pre-registration at the residency committee
|13:45||Arrival and registration|
|14:00||Welcome & Introduction Round||Alessandro and Marlene (residency committee delegates) and all participants|
|14:15||Mini-Workshop on ethical decision making and animal welfare||Laura Hänninen & Ana Valros|
|Discussion and short break|
|15:00 – 16:30||Short case presentations ( ~15mins each) of our residents and discussion with the audience
Are the 3Rs applicable on wildlife research?
Gender issues in the animal welfare science
How to manage abandoned horses?
|17:00 – 18:00||“Resident-Diplomate-Mixer”(5mins/5 people)
|Q & A with the committee
1/ Explain how it is running now
2/ Residents experience and issues
3/ Other opinions/input from other diplomates
|20:00||Informal meet and greet with other diplomats at a Bar/Pub (to be announced)|