The CVMA Summit is an annual forum where Canadian and international veterinary leaders share information on key issues in veterinary medicine. Discussions that take place during the Summit have proven to be invaluable in exploring and adopting common approaches to the challenges our profession faces. All CVMA Convention delegates are eligible to attend this event, which is hosted annually during the CVMA Convention.
2019 CVMA Global Summit: The Gold Standard of Animal Welfare – Positive and Negative Impact on Animals and Veterinarians
Dr. Susan Hazel, Senior Lecturer, Animal Behaviour, Welfare & Ethics, Australia
Session Title: Global Animal Welfare: Challenges and Opportunities
Dr. David Fraser, Professor, Faculty of Land and Food Systems, University of British Columbia
Session Title: What do we mean by one welfare?
Dr. Heather Bacon, University of Edinburgh
Session Title: The Gold Standard of Animal Welfare - Positive and Negative Impact on Animals and Veterinarians
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