Amphitheater 1, Faculty of Medicine Building, 2nd floor
13:00-14:00           Welcome Coffee
14:00-14:05 Welcome and introduction (Thijs Kuiken)
14:05-14:15 Overview of wildlife health surveillance in Europe as of 2009 (Thijs Kuiken)
14:15-14:30 Review of requirements of a wildlife health surveillance programme (Marie-Pierre Ryser)
14:30-15:30 Start-up and growth spurts of established wildlife health surveillance systems in a selected number of countries, part 1 (4 x 15 min; Paul Tavernier, Belgium; Antonio Lavazza, Italy; Jorge Lopez, Spain; Marie-Pierre Ryser, Switzerland)
15:30-16:00 Break and Poster Viewing
16:00-16:30 Start-up and growth spurts of established wildlife health surveillance programmes in a selected number of countries, part 2 (2 x 15 min; Jolianne Rijks, The Netherlands; Becki Lawson and Paul Duff, U.K.)
16:30-17:15 Panel discussion: what worked, what didn’t? (Panel: all speakers on start-up and growth spurts of established programmes. Chair: Thijs Kuiken)
17:15-17:45           Break and Poster Viewing
17:45-19:00 Situation reports of a selected number of countries who wish to start a wildlife health surveillance programme (5 x 15 min; Kastriot Korro, Albania; Daniel Mladenov, Bulgaria; Gudrun Wibbelt, Germany; Charalambos Billinis, Greece; Sara Sevic, Serbia)
19:00-19:45 Panel discussion: how to get started? (Panel: all speakers on countries wishing to start a programme . Chair: Thijs Kuiken)
19:45-20:00 Concluding remarks (Thijs Kuiken)

 

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