UFAW ANNOUNCES ONE DAY CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN ANIMAL WELFARE SCIENCE
The Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) is holding the sixth of its popular one-day conferences on Recent advances in animal welfare science
and has once again attracted a diverse and dynamic programme of speakers from the UK, Europe and the USA.
This year, the conference will take place in Newcastle at the Centre for Life on the 28th of June 2018 and features 15 presentations on subjects ranging from the factors driving repeated purchase and recommendation of brachycephalic dog breeds to the effects of weather and the environment on donkey, mule and horse welfare. There will also be poster sessions featuring over 65 presentations.
Held every other year, the conference is part of UFAW’s ongoing commitment to improving animal welfare through increased scientific understanding of animals’ needs and how best these can be met. These conferences are invaluable in bringing together scientists, veterinarians, policy makers and others from around the world to share knowledge, the latest advances and to exchange views and ideas.
The registration fee to attend the event is £60, which includes refreshments and lunch.
The full conference programme, including speakers, venue, registration and other details can be obtained from the UFAW website (www.ufaw.org.uk) or by contacting UFAW, The Old School, Wheathampstead, Herts AL4 8AN. Telephone 01582 831818, email firstname.lastname@example.org.