Topics and scientific commitees

Topics

The impact of the veterinary profession on human health, welfare and society
The history of disease and welfare in aquatic animals
Free topics

 

Scientific committee

Tamay Basagac, Turkey
Christophe Degueurce, France
Susan Jones, USA
Peter Koolmees, The Netherlands
Johann Schäffer, Germany
Yngvild Wasteson, Norway
Abigail Woods, UK

 

Schedule

Wednesday 06.06

16.00-18.00

 

Registration

 

18.00-20.00

 

 

WAHVM

Liaison meeting

 

Thursdag 07.06

08.00

 

Registration

08.30-09.00

 

Opening ceremony
 

Norwegian Society for the History of Veterinary Medicine
By Halvor Hektoen

Norwegian Veterinary Medical Association
By Torill Moseng

World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine
By Abigail Woods

09.00-10.00

The impact of the veterinary profession on human health, welfare and society

Chair: Susan Jones, USA

The control of tuberculosis and brucellosis, a veterinary contribution to One Health.
By S. 
Häsler and J. Casey

The public perception of foot-and-mouth disease control in the Netherlands in the 1960s and 2001
By F. 
Haalboom

An oral history of the eradication of rinderpest
By P. Gibbs. et al.

10.00-10.30

 

Coffee break

Poster viewing

10.30-12.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

The impact of the veterinary profession on human health, welfare and society

Chair: Abigail Woods, United Kingdom

Alexander Jezierski (1909-1991), veterinarian and pioneer developing an oral polio live vaccine (OPV)
By A. 
Pospischil

Veterinary professions’ role in zoonoses control in the early 21st century: the glanders scandal in 1934
By MS.Chun, et.al.

Rethinking the Livestock Revolution: The post-war ‘protein crisis’ and the role of international veterinary experts in transforming animal food supply in the developing world – the case of dairy cattle in India 
By M. Bresalier
 

Veterinary History Research Interviews Discussion
By Esther E. Carrigan, Heather K. Moberly and Nancy G. Burford, Texas A&M University

12.30.-13.30

 

Lunch

 

13.30-14.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

The impact of the veterinary profession on human health, welfare and society

Chair: Gareth Bath, South Africa

Towards a ban on antibiotic growth promoters in European animal husbandry 
By K. Nordéus

Food Hygiene Steps of a New Republic 
By SV. Genc and G. Göltas

The Norwegian food safety reform. Objectives, approach and outcome 
By G. Bakken and M. Binde

14.30-15.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free topics

Chair: Peter Koolmees, The Netherlands

Cattle plague in Ireland: an early medieval gamechanger 
By PJ. O’Reilly 

The contribution of pastors to the approach of rinderpest in the 18th century in the Netherlands 
By JE. Tjalsma 

Medical responses to cattle plague in Britain, 1865-7 
By A. Woods 

15.30-16.00

 

Coffee break

Poster viewing

16.00-17.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free topics

Chair: Tamay Basagac Gül, Turkey

Scientific expeditions and wildlife diseases in Soviet Central Asia
By SD. Jones 

The history of atypical scrapie, Nor98
By R. Gudding and S. Benestad

The rise and demise of Mulesing in wool sheep - a century of errors and corrections 
By GF. Bath 

18.30

 

Meet up at reception in Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, and we walk together to Haakonshallen

19.00-20.00

 

Welcome reception in Håkonshallen. Hosted by Bergen city council

 

Friday 08.06

08.30-10.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The history of disease and welfare in aquatic animals

Chair: Roar Gudding, Norway

The historical development of fisheries and aquaculture higher education institutions in Turkey
By BM. Gölcü and A. Kiziltepe

Norwegian Marine Farming, Veterinarians and Fish Health. A historical revue 
By R. Ektvedt. et.al.

Fish health services in Norway – the beginning
By A. Skrudland 

The Salmon Killer Gyrodactylus salaris in Norway 
By I. Hellesnes 

10.00-10.30

 

Coffee break

Poster viewing

10.30-12.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free topics

Chair: Yngvild Wasteson, Norway

Creating a World-Class History of Veterinary Medicine Collection in the Middle of America 
By N. Burford 

Veterinary students’ interests in veterinary history 
By A. Gardiner 

An interdisciplinary approach for the reconstruction of a wax anatomical model through non-invasive 3d technologies based on the dissection of specimens
By JS. de Lollano 

Edwardian dog doctors: celebrity vets, quacks, and the politics of elite canine health care in fin-de-siècle London 
By AM. Skipper 

Some veterinary drugs used by Peter Hernquist, father of Veterinary Medicine in Sweden  
By LE. Appelgren 

A comparative evaluation of veterinary oaths in historical context 
By RTB. Gul 

12.30-14.00

 

Lunch

 

14.00-14.30

 

 

WAHVM Young Award presentation 

The Bones of Animal Plagues: An Inventory and Analysis of Archaeological Evidence for Mass Animal Mortalities in Western Europe (100BCE-1900CE)
By Annelise Binois

14.30-15.30

 

 

General assembly

Chair: Abigail Woods

15.30 -16.00

 

Coffee break
 

18.00

Meet up at reception in Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, we walk together to Fløybanen for transportation up to Mount Fløyen

 

19.00

 

Conference dinner, Restaurant Fløyen

 

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