We organize regular webinars as part of the activities of our networks. Please click here to find out more or join EuFMD Networks.
In the next few weeks please join us for the following webinars:
EuFMD Progressive Control Practitioners’ Network
Stakeholders: who are they, when to consult and
how to engage with them!
:: Second Webinar::
7th June 2018
Over the last three weeks the members of the Practitioner’s Network have been discussing these important questions.
For our second and last webinar on this topic, the emphasis is on:
We will be joined by Dr Isabelle Francoise Dieuzy Labaye presenting the results of an OIE study into Public-Private-Partnerships with Veterinary Services across the world.
Following this, Dr Koen Mintiens will further elaborate on the importance of Respecting Roles and Responsibilities of PPPs based on his experience of how the Belgium livestock farmers established their Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) disease control plan.
- Dr Isabelle
Francoise Dieuzy Labaye, OIE senior advisor on
Public-Private Partnerships, Paris, France.
- Dr Koen Mintiens –
FAO Animal Health Officer, former chairman of the Belgium Farmers’ Cooperation.
- Chris Bartels – EuFMD manager for the Progressive Control
To join the webinar:
Thursday 7th June 2018 at 11.00 hrs Central European Summer Time (CEST)
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To join the network and access resources:
This Network is for all who consider themselves a progressive control practitioner (PCPractitioner), someone who is interested in FMD control in countries not free of the disease.
Joining the network is free of charge and gives you access to a library of practical training exercises.
Completing training exercises allows you to collect points towards a bronze, silver or gold level progressive control practitioners’ certificate.
**Please share this opportunity with interested colleagues**