The Animal Welfare research network

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Communicating animal research – why and how

27th & 28th May 14:00 – 15:50 CEST time zone

Virtual online event

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https://www.fondazioneguidobernardini.org/en/programs/workshop-communicating-animal-research-why-and-how.html

virtual ufaw animal welfare congress 2021

29th – 30th June 2021

Virtual online event

Recent advances in animal welfare science VIII will be a free to attend online event, held on 29-30th June 2021

Consult the UFAW website for more details and abstract submission  https://www.ufaw.org.uk/ufaw-events/recent-advances-in-animal-welfare-science-viii

Felasa 2022

A congress is an arena for communication. The scientific committee has embraced the theme of this FELASA congress, ‘Communication’, and has designed four streams each with a different angle and direction of communicating. Communication is the act of conveying information and experiences from one to another. The obvious interactions are between people, between animals, and between animals and people. More subtle examples include communication between cells, microbiological agents and the host and at a molecular level to name but a few. There are direct and indirect ways of communication. For example: creating a psychologically safe and trusting working environment is a way of communicating that staff wellbeing is being taken seriously. A state-of-the-art facility is an indirect way of communicating that creating the best environment for animals and science is deemed beneficial to all. A great theme with many angles, which inspired us to define the following four streams. We hope you feel inspired too!

The call for session proposals for the scientific programme of the 15th FELASA congress, on 13-16 June 2022 in Marseille, France is now open.  Further details are in these attachments

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Visit the congress website for more information: http://www.felasa2022.eu/

The deadline for session proposal submission is Wednesday 30th June 2021.

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