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1 AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE 5, 6 AND 7 July 2018 QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise, GOLD COAST Cnr Gold Coast Highway and Staghorn Avenue, Surfers Paradise FINAL PROGRAMME page 1

2 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE GENERAL INFORMATION PROGRAMME The College Science Week conference will encourage excellence in veterinary science. College Members and Fellows and invited guests who are at the forefront in their fields will present the latest information in a number of disciplines. ACCOMMODATION Accommodation is available at QT Gold Coast Hotel. All accommodation bookings should be made directly with the hotel (please ensure you mention College Science Week to obtain the Conference accommodation rate extended by the QT Hotel). ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The College Annual General Meeting will be held at 5.30 p.m. on Friday 6 July in North Break Room, Second Floor, QT Gold Coast. AGM documents will be circulated to members in advance of the meeting. DINNER The College Awards Dinner, including entertainment by duo Midnight Groove, will be held in the Ballroom, QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise on Saturday 7 July at 7.00 p.m. Partners are welcome. The cost of $160 per person includes dinner, wine, beer and soft drinks. Entry is strictly by ticket only available from the College office. ENQUIRIES All enquiries should be made to the: College Office, Building 3, Garden City Office Park, 2404 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains, Qld. 4113, Telephone: +61(0) , Fax: +61(0) , WIFI Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel during the conference. page 2

3 FUNCTIONS HAPPY HOUR All Registrants and Exhibitors Welcome Stingray Lounge, Ground Floor QT Hotel, Gold Coast Thursday 5 July 2018 at 6.00 p.m. ANZCVS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING North Break Room, Second Floor QT Hotel, Gold Coast Friday 6 July 2018 at 5.30 p.m. AWARDS DINNER Ballroom, Ground Floor QT Hotel, Gold Coast Saturday 7 July 2018 at 7.00 p.m. page 3

4 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE INDEX THURSDAY 5 JULY 2018 FRIDAY 6 JULY 2018 CHAPTER Small Animal Medicine and Feline Surgery and Radiology Zoo and Wildlife Ophthalmology Anaesthesia and Analgesia and Behaviour 9.00 a.m p.m. Anaesthesia and Analgesia and Surgery 3.30 p.m p.m. Pharmacology Emergency and Critical Care Emergency and Critical Care and Pharmacology 1.30 p.m p.m. Cattle Animal Welfare Animal Welfare and Laboratory Animals 3.30 p.m p.m. Epidemiology Equine Aquatic Animal Health Dentistry Public Health LOCATION PIPELINE 1 ROOM (formerly Point Break Room PIPELINE 2 ROOM (formerly Diamond Head Room MAUI 1 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room MAUI 2 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room MAUI 3 ROOM (formerly California Room SUNSET ROOM ONE FIRST FLOOR SUNSET ROOM TWO FIRST FLOOR NORTH BREAK ROOM SOUTH BREAK ROOM MALIBU ROOM CLOUD BREAK ROOM LONGBOARD ROOM BAYWATCH ROOM TWENTY ORCHID ROOM TWENTY CHAPTER Small Animal Medicine and Radiology a.m. Small Animal Medicine and Feline p.m. Surgery and Anaesthesia and Analgesia a.m. Surgery p.m. Avian Health a.m. Radiology p.m. Ophthalmology Aquatic Animal Health 9.00 a.m p.m. Pharmacology and Anaesthesia and Analgesia 3.30 p.m p.m. Dermatology Emergency and Critical Care Cattle Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Annual General Meeting (AGM) 5.30 p.m. Animal Welfare and Zoo and Wildlife a.m. Animal Welfare p.m. Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Public Health 9.00 a.m p.m. Epidemiology 3.30 p.m p.m. (AGM only) Equine Laboratory Animals 9.40 a.m p.m. LOCATION PIPELINE 1 ROOM (formerly Point Break Room PIPELINE 2 ROOM (formerly Diamond Head Room MAUI 1 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room MAUI 2 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room MAUI 3 ROOM (formerly California Room SUNSET ROOM ONE FIRST FLOOR SUNSET ROOM TWO FIRST FLOOR NORTH BREAK ROOM NORTH BREAK ROOM SOUTH BREAK ROOM MALIBU ROOM CLOUD BREAK ROOM LONGBOARD ROOM Zoo and Wildlife p.m. Dentistry Behaviour and Feline a.m. Behaviour p.m. BAYWATCH ROOM TWENTY ORCHID ROOM TWENTY page 4

5 INTERNET CAFÉ A free cyber café, hosted by Veterinary Information Network (VIN), will be available for delegates in the Business Centre on the first floor, so please stop by to check your , surf the web and try VIN! VIN reaches over 55,000 veterinarians, veterinary students, and industry partners worldwide and is the leading choice for continuing education opportunities, easy access to specialists in a wide variety of areas, and breaking news that affects veterinarians, their patients, and their practices. For a FREE 30 day trial membership, visit or SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018 Experience for yourself why VIN is the BEST online resource for veterinarians. CHAPTER Small Animal Medicine and Pharmacology 8.00 a.m p.m. Small Animal Medicine 3.30 p.m p.m Surgery and Oncology Pathobiology 9.00 a.m a.m. Ophthalmology Anaesthesia and Analgesia Dermatology Avian Cattle Animal Welfare Animal Welfare and Behaviour 1.30 p.m p.m. Epidemiology Equine Public Health 8.00 a.m a.m. Behaviour a.m. Unusual Pets 1.30 p.m p.m. Oncology 4.50 p.m. (AGM only) LOCATION PIPELINE 1 ROOM (formerly Point Break Room PIPELINE 2 ROOM (formerly Diamond Head Room MAUI 1 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room MAUI 2 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room MAUI 3 ROOM (formerly California SUNSET ROOM ONE FIRST FLOOR SUNSET ROOM TWO FIRST FLOOR NORTH BREAK ROOM SOUTH BREAK ROOM MALIBU ROOM CLOUD BREAK ROOM BAYWATCH ROOM TWENTY ORCHID ROOM TWENTY PLENARIES THURSDAY 5 JULY a.m. Plenary Forum: PIPELINE 1 ROOM, (formerly Point Break Room) Board of Examiners: Initiatives and Visions of the BOE, a discussion of issues before the Board now and on the horizon FRIDAY 6 JULY a.m. Plenary Forum: PIPELINE 1 ROOM, (formerly Point Break Room) Council: A legacy of excellence: Membership for Veterinarians in General Practice SATURDAY 7 JULY a.m. Plenary Forum: PIPELINE ROOM, Title: Tackling Burnout and Enhancing Wellbeing in the Profession Dr Fiona Moir Senior Lecturer in The Department of General Practice and Director of Medical Student Affairs at The University of Auckland page 5

6 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE PIPELINE 1 ROOM (formerly Point Break Room) SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE & FELINE CHAPTERS THURSDAY 5 JULY 2018 PIPELINE 2 ROOM (formerly Diamond Head Room) SURGERY & RADIOLOGY CHAPTERS MAUI 1 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room) ZOO AND WILDLIFE CHAPTER 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Board of Examiners: Initiatives and Visions of the BOE, a discussion of issues before the Board now and on the horizon 9.00 Updates from Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (JFMS) Spinal radiographs making the most out of it! Ronaldo da Costa Emerging diseases in Australia Andrea Reiss 9.30 Andy Sparkes Update of new and emerging diseases in Australia David Phalen MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Stem cell therapy in cats: what s the evidence? Keshuan Chow Canine Intervertebral Disc Disease Advances in diagnosis and treatment Ronaldo da Costa Common diseases of wildlife presented to AZWH Ludovica Valenza Update on the treatment of chlamydiosis in Koalas Rosie Booth Treatment guidelines for respiratory tract infections in the cat Jane Sykes Neurogenic lameness: do you know how to identify it? Diagnostic approach to fever in cats Jane Sykes Ronaldo da Costa Emerging mycoplasmas David McLelland An emerging fungal disease in Tuatara Sarah Alexander Antibiotic resistance/usage in wildlife Michelle Power Large cetacean euthanasia Duan March LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Funny feline syndromes: the oddities of the cat Katherine Briscoe Lumbosacral disease: recognition, diagnosis and treatment Ronaldo da Costa Brucellosis in marine animals John Mackie 2.00 Koala Retrovirus latest knowledge 2.10 Problem solving in feline neurology Greg Simmons 2.30 Part 1 Emerging diseases in native reptiles Patrick Kenny David McLelland 3.30 Problem solving in feline neurology Part 2 Patrick Kenny Feline spinal cord diseases Ronaldo da Costa Leucocytozoon infection in Fig Birds Danny Brown 3.50 Streptococcus iniae: an emerging marine pathogen Erina Young 4.10 Feline nutrition: a clinician s perspective Sue Foster CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 4.30 Vestibular Disease: all you need to know Ronaldo da Costa Sarcoptic mange: updates in Wombats David Phelan Symmetric dimethylarginine (SDMA) use in exotic animals Graham Swinney 5.00 Zoo and Wildlife Medicine Chapter Annual 5.10 Feline Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) General Meeting (AGM) 6.00 HAPPY HOUR STINGRAY LOUNGE, page 6

7 MAUI 2 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room) OPHTHALMOLOGY CHAPTER THURSDAY 5 JULY 2018 MAUI 3 ROOM (formerly California Room) ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA AND BEHAVIOUR AND SURGERY CHAPTERS SUNSET ROOM ONE PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTER 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Board of Examiners: Initiatives and Visions of the BOE, a discussion of issues before the Board now and on the horizon 9.00 Update on retinal reattachment in Australia Kelly Caruso ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA AND BEHAVIOUR CHAPTERS Behaviour medication and implication for anaesthesia Jo Rainger President s Welcome Stephen Page 9.20 Population PK and PK/PD for veterinary medicine: 9.30 Assessing structure and function in glaucoma goals, value and limits or how population PK/PD Kathleen Graham improve the evaluation and clinical use of veterinary drugs Pierre-Louis Toutain MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Ocular melanoma in small animals Jessica Nevile Iatrogenic globe rupture during dentistry in cats Hayley Volk Fear Free Science: an evidence-based approach to recognizing, preventing and alleviating fear, anxiety and stress Gary Landsberg PK/PD approach for antibiotics: tissue or blood drug level to predict antibiotic efficacy Pierre-Louis Toutain Cutting edge pharmacology from the Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics (JVPT) Paul Mills Use of diagnostic imaging in ophthalmology The Fearful Patient: behavioural and medication Katharina Flatz and Kate Hindley strategies for fearful and aggressive patients The pharmacology of antimicrobial Gary Landsberg stewardship Stephen Page Round table discussions LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Imaging case presentations clinical cases and CT/MRI findings Katharina Flatz and Kate Hindley Post-anaesthesic behavioural and cognitive complications: short and long term effects Detectable in pets? Significant? Manageable? Kersti Seksel and Jacqui Ley Pharmacology Chapter combining with Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Chapter in Sunset Room Two for joint session: Drugs, pharmacokinetics and their dosing in critical patients with a special emphasis on antibiotics Pierre-Louis Toutain 2.00 The pharmacology of pain: latest 2.10 Brain AND pain management post anaesthesia: developments, future needs is post-op amnesia desirable? Liz Shackelton Jacqui Ley 2.30 Small animal orbital pathology and imaging Sarah Coall Acute blindness secondary to a pituitary mass Sarah Richardson 3.50 Third eyelid shortening procedure for severe third eyelid protrusion Matt Sanders 4.10 Prototheca another differential for acute blindness Yvette Crowe 4.30 Retrospective study of the success rate of diamond burr debridement on canine spontaneous chronic corneal epithelial defects (SCCEDs) Joyce Hung 4.50 Distribution and in vitro susceptibility patterns of fungal species isolated from equine keratomycosis cases in the Townsville Region Benjamin Reynolds 5.10 Surgical and medical management of a deep stromal-endothelial nonulcerative fungal lesion caused by Fusarium species in an Australian Stock Horse Tom Newton Geriatric pets: is that anaesthetic really necessary or might it be the last straw before dementia sets in? Kersti Seksel AFTERNOON TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA AND SURGERY CHAPTERS Updates on management of chronic pain and neuropathic pain Jen Carter Old vs New: regional anaesthesia of the thoracic and pelvic limb Fernando Martinez 6.00 HAPPY HOUR STINGRAY LOUNGE, Endectocide pour-on formulations: An individual topical or collective oral modality of drug administration in cattle? Pierre-Louis Toutain PK/PD and doping control in horses: the EU approach or A PK/PD approach to propose irrelevant plasma or urine drug concentrations for doping control Pierre-Louis Toutain Pharmacology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) page 7

8 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE SUNSET ROOM TWO EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE CHAPTER EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE & PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS p.m p.m THURSDAY 5 JULY 2018 NORTH BREAK ROOM CATTLE CHAPTER SOUTH BREAK ROOM ANIMAL WELFARE & LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTERS 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Board of Examiners: Initiatives and Visions of the BOE, a discussion of issues before the Board now and on the horizon ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER 9.00 Use of premedications in dogs and cats Grass based systems: rumen function Welcome and Introduction 9.10 administered Tiger-Brown Snake anti-venin and ph What is happening internationally with animal Noam Lang Jim Gibbs welfare 9.20 Severe acute pulmonary haemorrhage and haemoptysis in ten dogs following Eastern Brown snake envenomation: clinical signs, treatment and outcomes Oriana Leong Kate Littin 9.40 Severe haemolysis and spherocytosis in a dog 9.50 envenomated by a red-bellied black snake, and successful treatment with a bivalent whole equine IGG anti-venom and blood transfusion Elise Lenske Discussion MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS A year in review: Australian and New Zealand ECC literature Claire Sharpe Effective nutritional consultancy: understanding farm systems and interdependence in solving farm problems and creating sustainable change Neil Moss Ethics of chemotherapy Tanya Stephens The human and animal welfare impact of the The benefit of CT in the veterinary ER donkey skin trade for Chinese medicine Peter Thornber When should I calve my cows? Terri Eurell Tom Walsh Thriving not merely surviving: new keys for A review of energy balance and ketosis in the dairy cow Steve Little Panel discussion EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE AND PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS (1.30 p.m. 2 p.m. session only) 1.30 Drugs, pharmacokinetics and their dosing in critical patients with a special emphasis on antibiotics Pierre-Louis Toutain LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR Workshop: Practical Investigation of some realworld nutritional issues. A 1.5 hour workshop facilitated by Steve Little and Tom Walsh. Attendees will use the Rumen8 nutrition model unlocking impediments to enhancing animal welfare David Mellor Herding cats: identifying best practice cat management in Australia Di Evans 1.50 One Welfare in practice to troubleshoot some nutritional case studies Can tranexamic acid help stop your blood bank Anne Fawcett (Please bring laptop) 2.20 running dry? Katrin Swindells Animal welfare in disasters 2.30 Update on the Snake Map Project Manu Boller Wayne Ricketts 2.50 Panel discussion Ultrasound assessment of the veterinary patient in the emergency room Alana Rosenblatt AFTERNOON TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Transition cow monitoring and early intervention on a large Australian freestall dairy Rob Bonanno ANIMAL WELFARE AND LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTERS Farm animals: what to consider to ensure their welfare during trial work Nita Harding 3.50 Unregistered or unsupervised, who makes the better surgeon? John Inns 4.20 Trials and tribulations of the animal welfare 4.30 Emergency and Critical Care Chapter Annual Investigating effectiveness of electronic officer General Meeting (AGM) monitors of rumination and activity in Julie Ferguson 4.50 detecting disease in postpartum cows (Emerging scientist) Alex Crosbie 5.00 Animal Welfare Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 6.00 HAPPY HOUR STINGRAY LOUNGE, page 8

9 MALIBU ROOM EPIDEMIOLOGY CHAPTER THURSDAY 5 JULY 2018 CLOUD BREAK ROOM EQUINE CHAPTER LONGBOARD ROOM AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH CHAPTER 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Board of Examiners: Initiatives and Visions of the BOE, a discussion of issues before the Board now and on the horizon 9.00 Current animal disease surveillance systems in Australian livestock industries: where to from here? Jennifer Manyweathers 9.20 Cross-sectional study among Australian livestock producers to investigate the risk of emergency animal disease introduction and spread Marta Hernandez-Jover 9.40 Can Agricultural Innovation systems assist with assessing and reducing Emergency Animal Disease (EAD) risk? Yiheyis Maru Equine pain management Chris Sanchez MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Prioritisation of animal diseases for Australia s emergency preparedness Corrie Croton The veterinary profession s contribution to animal health surveillance in Australia Emma Davis Insights into the knowledge, practices and training needs of veterinarians working with smallholder livestock producers in Australia Marta Hernandez-Jover Use of regulatory surveillance data for industry sanitary improvement: a case study of Chilean salmonid data and SRS risk factors Brendan Cowled Using lung scoring as a tool to evaluate thoracic lesions in pigs from selected slaughterhouses in the provinces of Batangas and Bicol, Philippines Tamsin Barnes Analysis of animal health data using text processing methods Barbara Moloney Post partum colic Catherine Russell Equine pain management Evidence based therapy Chris Sanchez LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Beyond the proximate risk factors Peter Black 1.50 The prevalence of dairy goats shedding Coxiella burnetii at the time of parturition in an endemically infected herd and associated milk yield losses Jose Canevari Diagnosis and management of septic arthritis Matt Stewart 2.10 Socioeconomic impacts and risk factors 2.15 analysis of foot and mouth disease in livestock in central Myanmar Supatsak Subharat Emergency treatment of equine colic Andrew Dart 2.30 Cross-sectional serological survey, risk factors and financial impacts of foot and mouth disease in Southern Lao PDR: a baseline study Supatsak Subharat 3.30 The relationship between rainfall and the geographic distribution and prevalence of sparganosis in wild boar Baden Pearse 3.50 The seroprevalence and risk factors associated with selected flaviviral infections of horses in North Queensland Bruce Gummow 4.10 Operation Bluestorm : surveillance for bluetongue virus exposure in herds surrounding an index property in northern Victoria, October 2017 Jaimie Hunnam 4.30 Anthrax in Swan Hill, 2017; the story of an outbreak Jaimie Hunnam 4.50 Searching for anthrax in the clouds: an anthrax early notification system Tom Brownlie Ocular manifestations of systemic disease Chris Sanchez Pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury in humans Fatima Nasrallah 5.10 Seroprevalence of Coxiella burnetii in North 5.30 Australian beef cattle using an indirect Immunofluorescence assay (IFA) Equine Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Caitlin Wood 6.00 HAPPY HOUR STINGRAY LOUNGE, CIA: Crime Investigation Aquaculture Roy Yanong Investigating fish kills in Western Australia Joanne Bannister Summary of aquatic animal health research at the University of Adelaide Stephen Pyecroft Application of epidemiology to investigating disease outbreaks on prawn farms Barry Robinson Open discussion time: The principles of diagnosing disease in aquatic animals: what have we learnt from our terrestrial diagnostic principles and where are there still gaps? The Strain (and other diseases that just won t die) Roy Yanong Australian eels with Erysipelothrix rhusiopathie septicaemia Roger Chong Fish welfare: a practical discussion Paul Hardy-Smith Welfare and pain in fish: Fact or Fiction? Robert Jones Finding a silver bullet It IS possible: use of praziquantel in the Southern bluefin tuna industry Paul Hardy-Smith Open discussion time: Treatment and management of fish and shellfish diseases: do we utilise terrestrial principles as well as we could and what more needs to be done? page 9

10 THURSDAY 5 JULY 2018 BAYWATCH ROOM DENTISTRY CHAPTER ORCHID ROOM PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Board of Examiners: Initiatives and Visions of the BOE, a discussion of issues before the Board now and on the horizon 9.00 Peripheral cemental caries in the horse Kirsten Jackson Welcome and outline of VPH s Science Week programme Robert Biddle 9.10 The diversity and domains of veterinary public health Mary Barton 9.30 National and international perspectives on zoonoses, antimicrobials and food safety Mark Schipp MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Case report: crown extensions for linguoverted canines Craig Hunger Ecosystem Change, Infectious disease transmission and early warning: One Health Medical Geography approaches for zoonotic diseases; and use of various investigatory techniques Ricardo Magalhaes Case report Learn from my mistakes: how not to do extractions Rachel Stone Knowledge, attitudes and practices of dairy and beef farmers of Australia to Q fever Guy Weerasinghe Vital pulp therapy a literature review Rebecca Tucker Risk analysis in biosecurity: what makes the approach taken in New Zealand and Australia different Peter van der Logt LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Restorative materials Michael Mandikos Setting international standards for food of animal origin and the influencing role of the New Zealand and Australian governments Peter van der Logt 2.10 Group discussion on VPH risk assessment and food safety and the role of the VPH Chapter on them 2.30 Dentistry Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 3.30 Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) apical barrier placement and apical surgery with MTA William Ha New developments in humane slaughter: recent research in CO2 stunning, low atmosphere stunning, trans cervical magnetic stimulation and diathermic induction of insensibility Alison Small 4.10 Welfare and animal health aspects of the 4.30 Case report: extraction of caudal maxillary molar in a transport, saleyard and lairage phases Malayan Tapira Malayan Tapir Alison Small 4.50 Gary Wilson Group discussion: Anti-mortem welfare and humane slaughter 5.00 Discussion panel Aaron Forsayeth Panel discussion: Expectations of the Chapter: Membership; Fellowship; Resource library- Communications; Outreach and advocacy Chapter executive and members 6.00 HAPPY HOUR STINGRAY LOUNGE, page 10

11 PIPELINE 1 ROOM (formerly Point Break Room) SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND RADIOLOGY AND FELINE CHAPTERS FRIDAY 6 JULY 2018 PIPELINE 2 ROOM (formerly Diamond Head Room) SURGERY & ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTERS 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Council: A legacy of excellence: Membership for Veterinarians in General Practice SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND RADIOLOGY CHAPTERS 9.00 Hepatic CT including portosystemic shunt assessment 9.40 Chris Ober SURGERY AND ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTERS The anaesthetic management challenges of laparoscopy and thoracoscopy Gabby Musk MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Thoracic CT imaging Chris Ober Updates on the treatment and prevention of perianaesthetic nausea and gastro-oesophageal reflux Heidi Lehmann MAUI 1 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room) AVIAN HEALTH CHAPTER RADIOLOGY CHAPTER AVIAN HEALTH CHAPTER First aid for the critical avian patient Karen Dobson Triaging the critical avian patient Karen Dobson Blood transfusions Anne Fowler Imaging in Oncology Surgery Chapter Annual General Meeting Chris Ober (AGM) Bedside testing for the avian patient Deborah Monks LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND FELINE CHAPTERS 1.30 Personal infection control practices Angela Willemsen 1.45 Brucella Suis seroprevalence Cathy Kneipp 2.00 Feline listeriosis Tommy Fluen 2.15 Macronutrient intake and behaviour in cats Sophia Little 2.30 Body condition and morbidity, survival and lifespan in cats Kendy Teng 2.45 DGGR lipase concentrations and hyperadrenocorticsm Amy Collings SURGERY CHAPTER Modified hiatal herniorrhaphy for regurgitation in brachycephalic dogs: a case series Candice Gelmi Evaluation of risk factors for outcome of adrenalectomy in dogs with adrenal gland tumors: 58 cases ( ) Carla Appelgrein Computed tomography-derived volumetric analysis of normal adrenal glands in dogs Ryan Swepson Retrospective study of incidence and clinical manifestation of post-operative neurological dysfunction in 87 dogs following portosystemic shunt attenuation ( ) Chelsea Lim Recanalisation of a congenital extrahepatic portosystemic shunt previously attenuated with cellophane banding in two cats James Crowley Primary orthostatic tremor in two Great Danes Jun-Yan Sek 3.30 Canine mast cell tumours Benjamin Reynolds 3.45 Effect of melatonin on cyclicity and lactation in queens Mark Vardanega 4.00 Lower motor neuron paresis in dogs Melissa Robinson 4.15 Small Animal Medicine Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Initial clinical outcome and complications of the use of C-LOX implants in dogs with caudal cervical spondylomyelopathy Lydia Kan A retrospective study using the String of Pearls tibial plateau leveling osteotomy locking plate for treatment of cranial cruciate ligament disease Ross McGregor Plating of open fractures in dogs and cats with observations on outcome and prognosis Fabian Trefny Trochlear groove replacement in a dog following traumatic loss of the femoral trochlear Jeff Buckland 4.30 Single session bilateral internal splint surgery for managing a gastrocnemius musculotendinopathy in a Border Collie Alicia Evans 4.45 Radioulnar ischaemic necrosis (RUIN) and spontaneous pathologic radial fracture in a Pomeranian Kaarthegeswaran Sukumaran 5.00 Judging and awards COLLEGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, NORTH BREAK ROOM, RADIOLOGY CHAPTER Advanced MRI techniques for imaging the canine brain Marjorie Milne Taking imaging one step further: veterinary work at the Australian Synchrotron Mitzi Klein Radiology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) page 11

12 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE MAUI 2 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room) OPHTHALMOLOGY CHAPTER FRIDAY 6 JULY 2018 MAUI 3 ROOM (formerly California Room) AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH CHAPTER PHARMACOLOGY & ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTERS 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Council: A legacy of excellence: Membership for Veterinarians in General Practice 9.00 An unusual pigmentary retinopathy Martyn King 9.40 Sudden onset blindness in a 7-month old Golden Retriever Hayley Volk AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH CHAPTER A matter of aquaculture security Roy Yanong MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Diagnostic value of cytology in veterinary ophthalmology Simon Hurn Equine case report Heather Kaese Case report Jeff Smith Neuro-ophthalmology: pathways and examination Patrick Kenny Aquatic animal surgery Dances with sharks: an aquarium vet s journey Robert Jones Surgical protocol for the insertion of acoustic tags into native freshwater catfish Joanne Bannister Update on the National Carp Control Program: research to plug the gaps Paul Hardy-Smith Saddle-back syndrome in fish Roger Chong Open discussion time: What are common veterinary principles of biosecurity, surgery and disease prevention applicable to fish and shellfish health and how well are we using them? LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR SUNSET ROOM ONE DERMATOLOGY CHAPTER Desmosome autoimmunity in dogs: Pemphigus diseases Petra Bizikova Desmosome autoimmunity in cats and horses: Pemphigus diseases Petra Bizikova Cutaneous lupus erythematosus in dogs Petra Bizikova 1.30 Neurodiagnostic tests: what s useful and when Patrick Kenny 2.10 Diagnostic utility of aqueocentesis in uveitis Kate Hindley 2.30 Neurogenic dry eye: presentations, breeds, results of treatment and prognosis Robin Stanley Aquatic Animal Health Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Autoimmune blistering skin diseases in animals: basement membrane autoimmunity Petra Bizikova 3.30 Ahmed glaucoma valves and complications Taemi Horikawa PHARMACOLOGY AND ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTERS How to extrapolate a dose (between species and from in vitro to in vivo) Pierre-Louis Toutain Immunosuppression in veterinary dermatology Petra Bizikova 4.00 Transdermal flux studies of a new antimicrobial 4.10 Round table discussion: Glaucoma implants Lead by Robin Stanley Inhalational anaesthesia: updates on MAC concepts and study design Wendy Goodwin containing lasalocid for methicilin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius (MRSP) infections of the skin Evie Knight 4.30 Dermatology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 4.50 Update on canine corneal endothelial transplant Gladys Boo Round table: burning issues explored 5.30 COLLEGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, NORTH BREAK ROOM, page 12

13 SUNSET ROOM TWO EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE CHAPTER FRIDAY 6 JULY 2018 NORTH BREAK ROOM CATTLE CHAPTER 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Council: A legacy of excellence: Membership for Veterinarians in General Practice 9.00 The clinical outcomes associated with adjunctive intralipid 20% therapy in dogs with illicit drug intoxications Gemma Spinoglio Transition management and fodder beet systems Jim Gibbs SOUTH BREAK ROOM ANIMAL WELFARE & ZOO AND WILDLIFE CHAPTERS ANIMAL WELFARE AND ZOO AND WILDLIFE CHAPTERS Ethics and welfare in zoos: a global initiative Jenny Gray 9.20 Multi-species comparison of sodium channel protein 9.30 structures: an investigation into feline pyrethrin sensitivity Stuart Eddy Australasian zoo welfare assessment 9.40 Urinary GGT measurement in dogs: technical aspects, reference interval, and the effect of pyuria Jennifer Davis 40 years of Rumensin Rowan Wilson MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Poster display Modifying the rumen: review of antimicrobial use in feed Helen Crabb Simon Eyre The welfare of dolphins in captivity Di Evans Welfare of cetaceans in Australian captive Effect of leukoreduction on the development The case for antimicrobial rumen modifiers facilities of inflammation in transfusion recipients Paul Cusack Duan March Denise Poh Review of welfare of captive cetaceans Rumen modification: antibiotics vs alternatives Stephanie Shaw Ian Sawyer Anaesthesia and analgesia in the ICU Margie McEwen Modifying the rumen: panel discussion Helen Crabb, Paul Cusack and Ian Sawyer Mark Burgemeister (Chair) Developing and implementing an animal welfare program in a zoo Sally Sherwan Multidisciplinary approach to addressing wildlife welfare issues Trudy Sharp Caring for wildlife: are we doing more harm than good? Bronwyn Orr LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Management of canine hospital-associated anxiety in emergency and critical care Corrin Boyd An update on trace minerals Colin Trengove ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER A global programme to implement welfare standards for working equids Peter Thornber 2.10 An update on rumen dynamics Equine welfare during exercise: I think we 2.30 Paul Cusack have a bit of a problem An update on the use of intravenous lipid David Mellor emulsion (IVLE) therapy for acute toxicoses in 2.50 dogs and cats Lisa Smart Panel discussion 3.30 Therapeutic plasma exchange for the treatment of toxicity Rhian Cope 4.00 Re-emerging toxicities in the veterinary field Rhian Cope Seroprevalence of Q-fever in northern beef cattle using an indirect immunofluorescence assay (Emerging scientist) Caitlin Wood Cattle Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 4.30 TBC 5.00 Panel discussion 5.30 COLLEGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, NORTH BREAK ROOM, Wastage in Australian working dogs Liz Arnott Canine farm staff: what do we know about their wellbeing Naomi Cogger page 13

14 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE 8.00 MALIBU ROOM EPIDEMIOLOGY, PHARMACOLOGY & PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTERS 9.00 Antibiotics in the environment: sources and consequences Elizabeth Parker 9.20 Antimicrobial use and resistance in plant based agriculture Elizabeth Parker 9.40 Biocide and disinfectant use driving antimicrobial resistance Elizabeth Parker Understanding antibiotic prescribing practices: a comparative study of doctors, dentists and veterinarians Michael Ward Exploring pet ownership as a risk factor for extended spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL) infection in humans Leah Toombs-Ruane FRIDAY 6 JULY 2018 CLOUD BREAK ROOM EQUINE CHAPTER Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Council: A legacy of excellence: Membership for Veterinarians in General Practice Diagnosis and management of acute laminitis Luke Wells-Smith MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Emergency neonatal foal management and prognosis Chris Sanchez LONGBOARD ROOM LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER ZOO AND WILDLIFE CHAPTER Medicine and Management of Laboratory Animals Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) LABORATORY ANIMALS CHAPTER What do opinion polls really tell us about public attitudes to animal research? Malcolm France Bayesian latent hierarchical model for detecting MIC creep Chaohui Yuan A Global Perspective: balancing animal welfare while facilitating research a day in the life of a Lab Animal Veterinarian Elizabeth Dodemaide Design of dosage regimens that least select for Emergencies during anaesthesia: when not to resistance keep calm and carry on Pierre-Louis Toutain Keely Wilson Published injectable anaesthetic doses Implementing precision antimicrobial therapy Raman Shaban LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Antimicrobial resistance (AMR): the New Zealand perspective Nigel French 2.00 Antimicrobial resistance (AMR): the Australian perspective Jane Heller INVITED RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS AND RESEARCH ABSTRACTS Voriconazole-containing Thermogel for subconjunctival injection in horses Rosemary Cuming Osteogenic capacities of equine stem cell populations are dependent on intrinsic bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) signaling activity Matt Stewart 2.20 Effects of sample handling on plasma adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) stability 2.30 Panel Q&A: in horses with normal and elevated ACTH What are the key actions needed to mitigate concentrations the impact of Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) Alison Stewart 2.40 Biological variation of routine haematology and biochemistry measurands in the horse Megan Wright INVITED RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS AND RESEARCH ABSTRACTS CONTINUED 3.15 Novel anti-inflammatory therapies for the treatment of equine SIRS Jenny Bauquier Epidemiology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Differences in cell marker expression by equine and their application in laboratory mice: experience from a recent trial Jenny Kingham ZOO AND WILDLIFE CHAPTER Welfare in captive orangutans Simone Vitali Aquatic animal welfare Robert Jones Ethics committees: how we improve the process for native animals? Derek Spielman Welfare of captive elephants TBA bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells 3.50 asssociated with blood antigen type and breed Chris Reily Dignity and respect for animals in a zoo setting: an ethical framework Michelle Campbell 4.05 The effect of internal lag screw fixation on compression 4.10 and loading responses of type III distal phalangeal fractures in horses Welfare of caged and aviary birds Matt Stewart Bob Doneley 4.25 Septic peritonitis in the post-partum mare 4.30 Katie Offer Welfare of captive reptiles 4.45 Prevalence and risk factors associated with equine David McLelland asthma in South Australian horses Alexandra Jaarsma 5.05 Insulin dysregulation in horses with systemic inflammatory response syndrome Alison Stewart COLLEGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, NORTH BREAK ROOM, page 14

15 FRIDAY 6 JULY 2018 BAYWATCH ROOM DENTISTRY CHAPTER ORCHID ROOM BEHAVIOUR & FELINE CHAPTERS 8.00 Plenary Forum: Pipeline 1 Room (formerly Point Break Room) Council: A legacy of excellence: Membership for Veterinarians in General Practice 9.00 Equine Dentistry: who should be doing it and why? Gary Wilson BEHAVIOUR AND FELINE CHAPTERS Sickness Behaviours in cats vomiting and diarrhoea: are the guts primary or secondary responders to emotions? Chalette Brown 9.20 Body or Brain? Overgrooming and the effects of early weaning vs atopy and the effects of 9.30 Case report: infundibular caries restoration habit Kirsten Jackson Kersti Seksel 9.40 Case Study PU/PD in a cat with anxiety Frederique Hurly MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Case report: limited mouth opening in a puppy Aaron Forsayeth Case report: Norm the Meerkat had a toothache Wayne Fitzgerald Root canal sealers Basil Athanassiadis Emotions DO affect Immune status: psychoneuroimmunological reduction in URI s in shelter cats Nadine Gourkow Organic brain issue or just raised wrong? When is feline aggression normal and when not? Jacqui Ley Fear Free for Felines: show me the evidence Gary Landsberg Cat Friendly Strategies: solving some but creating other problems with pre-travel medications Kersti Seksel LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Radiation therapy for oral tumours Elias Gumpel BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER The rise and rise of pedigree cats: are there behavioural consequences as well as medical Cam Day 1.50 Rising Stars Behavioural Interventions reduce cat euthanasia in RSPCA QLD Caroline Kerr Effects of sensory environmental enrichment on the behaviour of shelter dogs Veronica Amaya When all other animals are out to get you: a case study on interdog aggression Bronwen Bollaert 2.20 Learning Theory: practical application and the human-animal bond Mark Turnwald 2.30 Case report: ameloblastoma in a young Pug Simon Craig 2.40 Are greyhounds making great pets? Update on NSW greyhounds Karen Dawson 3.30 Dental related sinusitis case studies Oliver Liyou Implications of manual restraint of domestic animals revisited Robert Holmes 4.00 Case report: compound odontoma in a young 4.10 dog New drugs for psychopharmacy: progress and Rebecca Tucker problems Jacqui Ley 4.30 Case report: ossifying fibroma in a 3 month old foal David Bartholomeusz Fear Free Science: addressing the needs of owners, staff, pets and vets Gary Landsberg 4.50 Analysing dog behaviour in the context of 5.00 Discussion panel Christine Hawke assessing approaches to create fear free vet visits Susan Hazel 5.30 COLLEGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, NORTH BREAK ROOM, page 15

16 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE 8.00 PIPELINE 1 ROOM (formerly Point Break Room) SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE & PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND PHARMACOLOGY CHAPTERS Optimisation of antibiotic use to minimise resistance and maximise clinical efficacy Pierre-Louis Toutain SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018 PIPELINE 2 ROOM (formerly Diamond Head Room) SURGERY & ONCOLOGY CHAPTERS Decision making in surgical oncology: when to cut big, when to cut small Simon Kudnig MAUI 1 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room) PATHOBIOLOGY CHAPTER The expanding range of skin lesions of cats associated with papillomaviruses John Munday 8.20 Equine papillomavirus and penile squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) Cameron Knight 8.40 Management of multi-drug resistant urinary tract infections and cholangitis Thurid Johnstone Radiation therapy for canine brain tumours Elias Gumpel 9.00 Panel Discussion Ramesh Sivacolundhu and Maureen Thomson 9.20 Panel discussion: should pradofloxacin and cefovecin use be restricted? Pierre-Louis Toutain, Sarah Robson, Stephen Page 9.40 Analysing the impact of antimicrobials on the microbiota Pierre-Louis Toutain Palate reconstruction in the dog Ramesh Sivacolundhu Chronic enteropathy: faecal microbiota transplant or antibiotic therapy? The role of surgery for prostatic neoplasia in Julien Dandrieux dogs Panel discussion: Tristram Bennett Are all ABs detrimental to the microbiota or is there some merit to tylosin or metronidazole therapy for chronic diarrhoea? Pierre-Louis Toutain, Julien Dandrieux, Steve Holloway, Stephen Page MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Sporotrichosis: an emerging mycosis Mark Krockenberger Finescale epidemiology of Cryptococcosis Laura Schmertmann Cryptococcus laurentii isolated from the foot pad and nasal cavity in a cat Gretta Howard Plenary Forum: Pipeline Room, Ground Floor Title: Tackling Burnout and Enhancing Wellbeing in the Profession Dr Fiona Moir Senior Lecturer in The Department of General Practice and Director of Medical Student Affairs at The University of Auckland LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: past, present, future, value and limits Pierre-Louis Toutain 1.50 Generic drugs: issues and pitfalls Pierre-Louis Toutain 2.10 Optimisation of immunotherapy Julien Dandrieux Comparative Oncology: melanoma Johanna Todd Comparative Oncology: mammary tumours Elizabeth Morgan SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE CHAPTER 3.30 A novel treatment option for canine myxomatous mitral valve disease in Australia surgical mitral valve repair Laurencie Brunel Comparative Oncology: brain tumours Katrina Cheng 4.10 Comparative Oncology: osteosarcoma Sarah Mitchell 4.30 Recent advances in veterinary virology 4.50 Steve Holloway Programme completed 7.00 COLLEGE AWARDS DINNER BALLROOM TBC TBC page 16

17 MAUI 2 ROOM (formerly Waikiki Room) OPHTHALMOLOGY CHAPTER 8.00 ACES ONLINE (Members and ACES panellists only) Ron de Jong SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018 MAUI 3 ROOM (formerly California Room) ANAESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA CHAPTER Construction of a finite element model in two large species for electrical impedance tomography application Olivia Brabant 8.15 Prospective evaluation of three anaesthetic recovery scoring systems in horses Wendy Goodwin 8.30 Tissue oxygen saturation measured with near infrared spectroscopy in dogs anaesthetized for elective stifle surgery and concurrently receiving an infusion of medetomidine Nick Cowling 8.45 The effect of regional hypothermia on mechanical nociceptive thresholds in the distal forelimb of the horse Jo Rainger 9.00 Total intravenous anaesthesia with ketamine, medetomidine and guaifenesin compared with ketamine, medetomidine and midazolam in horses Shaun Pratt 9.15 A pilot study: intra-operative reperfusion injury following cross-clamping of the aorta in a pig model for vascular grafting Gabby Musk 9.30 A comparison of different standard diagnostic tests in identifying acute kidney injury in dogs with hypovolaemic shock Jen Davis 9.45 Evaluation of ketamine, medetomidine and midazolam infusions for total intravenous anaesthesia in 5 colts undergoing castration Alexandra Cunneen Q and A time Ophthalmology Specialist Panel Your ophthalmology questions answered! Efficacy and safety of unpreserved and preserved alfaxalone in cyclodextrin administered intravenously for induction of anaesthesia in rabbits Jenna Fraser Arterial blood gas abnormalities in anaesthetised horses: preliminary findings of a retrospective study of 400 cases Jo Rainger MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS SUNSET ROOM ONE DERMATOLOGY CHAPTER Food allergies in dogs and cats-selected topics Petra Bizikova Food allergies in children: risk factors and preventative strategies Rachel Peters Plenary Forum: Pipeline Room, Ground Floor Title: Tackling Burnout and Enhancing Wellbeing in the Profession Dr Fiona Moir Senior Lecturer in The Department of General Practice and Director of Medical Student Affairs at The University of Auckland LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Ophthalmology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) (Chapter Members and Residents only) Interventional chronic pain management: a human anaesthetist perspective Joshua Daly 2.30 Anaesthesia and Analgesia Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 3.30 A case of combined penicillin/cephalosporin allergy manifesting as dermatitis, secondary glaucoma and serous retinal detachment Anita Dutton High flow nasal oxygen: new insights in human anaesthesia Adam Keys The natural history of food allergy and emerging treatments Rachel Peters Agreement and correlation between intradermal allergy testing and IgE serology performed at three different dermatology specialist centres Peter Hill Mechanisms of actions of allergen immunotherapy Peter Hill 3.50 JPEG Session Case Discussion 4.15 Cheilitis: a forgotten or inadequately described, sign of canine atopic dermatitis Allan Bell 4.30 Therapeutic monoclonal antibodies in 4.50 Panel discussion: monitoring standards in veterinary medicine veterinary anaesthesia Petra Bizikova Programme completed 7.00 COLLEGE AWARDS DINNER BALLROOM page 17

18 COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE 8.00 The dyspnoeic bird Bob Doneley SUNSET ROOM TWO AVIAN HEALTH CHAPTER SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018 The ostrich in the room Andy Hancock NORTH BREAK ROOM CATTLE CHAPTER 8.30 On-farm biosecurity: changing attitudes 8.40 Avian medicine and surgery in the Middle East Ashleigh Dobson Hamish Baron SOUTH BREAK ROOM ANIMAL WELFARE & BEHAVIOUR CHAPTERS ANIMAL WELFARE CHAPTER Offering a PIC (public, industry or community based) placement for DVM students in animal welfare Rosemary Elliot 8.50 Online relinquishments of pets in Australia 9.00 Nutritional management of heat stress Susan Hazel 9.10 Ian Sawyer Cat management in Adelaide local councils (Student Presentation) Kristy Pearn 9.30 Drinking water quality and analysis 9.40 An update on the submission to the Steve Little Department of Agriculture regarding the importation of psittacines 9.50 Kelly Porter Panel discussion Investigation of relationship between genetic selection for fertility and the real world expression of reproductive performance (Emerging Scientist) Ee Cheng Ooi Hypocalcaemia Katrina Roberts Panel discussion MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Ending animal life: how and what techniques are Australasian veterinary science students being taught? Kat Littlewood David Bayvel award winner presentation Plenary Forum: Pipeline Room, Ground Floor Title: Tackling Burnout and Enhancing Wellbeing in the Profession Dr Fiona Moir Senior Lecturer in The Department of General Practice and Director of Medical Student Affairs at The University of Auckland LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Nature links: how Vets can help Patricia Macwhirter Latest findings in temperate forage research for cattle Charlotte Westwood ANIMAL WELFARE AND BEHAVIOUR CHAPTERS Fear Free Science: addressing patient welfare? Gary Landsberg 1.50 Managing cats humanely to reduce cat 2.00 Nutritional rules of thumb for practitioners numbers, wildlife predations and costs in an Paul Cusack Australian context 2.10 Conservation Programmes for the Spix Macaw, the Jacquie Rand 2.30 Lear s Macaw, Ara Macao Cyanopterus reintroduction Interpretation of bulk milk data to track in Mexico and the reintroduction of the Green wing performance and link to nutrition Macaw into the Ignacio National Park: a perspective Katrina Roberts Lorenzo Crosta 3.00 Investigation of leptospirosis prevalence in SW Victoria and comparing vaccination practices on these herds (Emerging Scientist) Elke Erreger 3.30 Demonstration of a dietary requirement for Vitamin C in an Australian Honeyeater Anne Fowler Controlling cats in New Zealand; potential behaviour problems associated with confinement and social isolation Elsa Flint Can Kitten Kindy mitigate the effects of early weaning and social isolation Jess Beer 3.50 Applied Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI): Mind/ body medicine for shelter cats Nadine Gourkow 4.50 Managed Shelter Intake no flu and more cats rehomed: an Australian case study Ann Enwright 5.10 Behaviour Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 5.30 Programme completed 7.00 COLLEGE AWARDS DINNER BALLROOM page 18

19 MALIBU ROOM EPIDEMIOLOGY CHAPTER 8.00 Bayesian two-part model to correct both herd and animal level misclassification errors Aaron Yang 8.20 Time to consider livestock movement as a temporal network 8.30 Caitlin Pfeiffer 8.40 The hokey pokey model of Q fever on farm transmission dynamics Jose Canevari SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018 CLOUD BREAK ROOM EQUINE CHAPTER Neonatal management of SIRs Chris Sanchez BAYWATCH ROOM PUBLIC HEALTH CHAPTER A quantitative approach to primary prevention of Alzheimer s disease: progress in blood-based screens and other methods to detect persons at risk Colin Masters Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: recent trends in nosology, diagnosis, prionology, and implications for veterinary public health Colin Masters 9.00 Using causal loop diagrams to facilitate the Equine neurology case studies and discussion Group discussion: toxic proteins and prion diseases understanding of the complex set of factors influencing calf wastage and identify possible leverage points for interventions Tamsin Barnes Social network analysis in the molecular era: unravelling the relationship between New Zealand s commercial poultry contact structures and campylobacter transmission Sabrina Greening Alison Stewart Food safety in the 21 st Century: emerging issues and new approaches to protecting trade and the consumer Nigel French 9.40 Human behaviour and livestock disease spread: challenges and opportunities in modelling dynamic feedback loop in disease simulation model Arata Hidano Detecting disease on sheep farms: the effect of farmer behaviour Emergency management of fractures Steve Zedler International collaboration in food safety and security research Nigel French Group discussion: food safety in the 21 st Caitlin Pfeiffer century: Emerging issues, new approaches and research To be neutered or not? Reasons why farmers don t neuter their working dogs Naomi Cogger Veterinary Public Health Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) Understanding dairy farmer intentions to make improvements to their management practices of foot lesions causing lameness in dairy cows Kate Dutton-Regester MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Plenary Forum: Pipeline Room, Ground Floor Title: Tackling Burnout and Enhancing Wellbeing in the Profession Dr Fiona Moir Senior Lecturer in The Department of General Practice and Director of Medical Student Affairs at The University of Auckland LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR 1.30 Applying animal health economics to improve companion animal care Carolyn Gates 1.50 Wildlife reservoirs for Mycobacterium bovis in Fiji: could these be important for BTB control? And if so, What? Where? When? Jenny-Ann Toribio Metabolic emergencies of the equine endurance athlete Darien Feary 2.10 Reproductive outcome impacts on live weight 2.15 production of beef cows in northern Australia Tamsin Barnes Exertional heat illness in Thoroughbred 2.30 Blowing in the wind: decision support tools for vector-borne animal diseases Shumoos Al Riyami Racehorses Meg Brownlow 3.30 Effect of season and climate on bovine digital dermatitis in spring-calving pasture-based dairy farms in Taranaki, New Zealand Aaron Yang 3.50 Impact of climate on livestock diseases in New Zealand: a review Emilie Vallee 4.10 Impacts of climate change on facial eczema for New Zealand: how big a problem? Masako Wada 4.30 Investigation of climate change perceptions among Maasai pastoralists in Northern Tanzania and its impacts on cattle production Jenny-Ann Toribio 4.50 Are New Zealand pet owners ready and would they get through a natural disaster? Naomi Cogger 5.10 Never happens? How prepared are New Zealand farmers for a natural disaster? Naomi Cogger Human neonatal encephalopathy and sepsis Helen Liley Literature Review Top 10 Emergency Articles Chris Sanchez 5.30 Programme completed 7.00 COLLEGE AWARDS DINNER BALLROOM page 19

20 SATURDAY 7 JULY 2018 ORCHID ROOM BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER UNUSUAL PETS CHAPTER ONCOLOGY CHAPTER (AGM ONLY) 8.20 BEHAVIOUR CHAPTER Post natal pet problems: what REALLY happens after the baby arrives Chalette Brown 8.40 Personality in cats: narcissistic toddlers and more? Michael McDowell 9.00 Onset of awareness and survival-critical behaviours of newborn and young mammals David Mellor What can non-verbal humans tell us about our pets? (grimace scales and beyond) Michael McDowell Development of the UQ - Cat Emotions Indices Nadine Gourkow MORNING TEA IN TRADE DISPLAY AREAS Plenary Forum: Pipeline Room, Ground Floor Title: Tackling Burnout and Enhancing Wellbeing in the Profession Dr Fiona Moir Senior Lecturer in The Department of General Practice and Director of Medical Student Affairs at The University of Auckland LUNCH AND FIRST FLOOR UNUSUAL PETS CHAPTER 1.30 Welfare concerns associated with hand-reared birds Rena MacFarlane 1.50 Breeders, pet shops and vets: oh My! How poor advice leads to disease in small companion animals Tegan Stephens 2.10 The school pet: failing to pass the grade in animal welfare Anne Fowler 2.30 Health consequences of poor water quality in pet freshwater turtles in Australia Anne Fowler Oncology Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) 5.30 Programme completed 7.00 COLLEGE AWARDS DINNER BALLROOM page 20

21 INFORMATION ACCOMMODATION Accommodation at the QT Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise must be booked directly with the Hotel or on the accommodation booking form included in this programme. It is your responsibility to organise accommodation during your stay. To follow are a few alternative suggestions that may be of some assistance to you. Mantra Crown Towers Apartments Resort (Situated next door to the QT Gold Coast) Resort offers one, two and three bedroom apartments Property Reception Telephone (07) Reservations: (AU) (NZ) (International) Mantra Sun City (Situated in close proximity to the QT Hotel) Resort offers one, two and three bedroom apartments. Property Reception Telephone (07) Reservations: (AU) (NZ) (International) Useful tourism web site: AIRPORT COACH AND TRAIN TRANSFERS Return transfers from either Brisbane or Coolangatta Airports to Gold Coast accommodation operate daily. Further details on costs involved can be obtained by contacting one of the following operators. Airport Con-X-Ion Tel Website Airtrain Connect Tel Website Gold Coast Tourist Shuttle from the airport Web site Surfers Paradise is located 75 kms south of Brisbane Airport (approximately 1 hour by road) and 20 kms from Coolangatta Airport (approximately 45 minutes by road). PROGRAMME All speakers and sessions were confirmed and correct at the time of printing. The Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists reserves the right to amend the programme details if necessary. For conference updates visit the College website NOTICE BOARD A College Science Week Communications Board will be situated near the registration desk. Check this board daily for messages from College Science Week registrants. CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION A 40% cancellation fee will apply if cancellation is received less than 14 days prior to the event. Written request for refund must be made to the College Manager within thirty days of the conference. CPD POINT ALLOCATION Participants will receive a certificate of attendance when registering for the conference. CPD point allocation is based on existing Australian and New Zealand Veterinary Surgeons Boards and Australian Veterinary Association CPD conversion tables. INDIGENOUS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional Aboriginal people of the Gold Coast and their descendants. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community. page 21

22 AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS COLLEGE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE SCIENCE WEEK CONFERENCE 5-7 July 2018 QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise GOLD COAST THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS REGISTRATION FORM Name Address Mobile Telephone No. Address Preferred name for tag College Member YES NO Any Special Dietary Requirements For planning purposes only, please indicate major interest: Animal Welfare Anaesthesia & Analgesia Aquatic Animal Health Avian Cattle Dermatology Dentistry Emergency and Critical Care Epidemiology Equine Feline Laboratory Animals Ophthalmology Oncology Pathobiology Pharmacology Radiology Small Animal Medicine Surgery Veterinary Behaviour Veterinary Public Health Unusual Pets Zoo and Wildlife Medicine Indicate days of attendance Thursday 5 July Friday 6 July Saturday 7 July REGISTRATION FEES (Include morning and afternoon tea and lunch and unrestricted access to all sessions on the day.) TAX INVOICE ABN MEMBER NON MEMBER FELLOWSHIP CANDIDATE TOTAL $A inc. GST Three days $926 $987 $695 $A Two and Half Days $838 $872 $629 $A Two Days $755 $783 $568 $A One and Half Days $667 $722 $502 $A One Day $524 $579 $397 $A Half Day (inc. lunch) $375 $463 $281 $A *Student Day Rate $320 $320 $A Examiners NIL NIL NIL NIL Awards Dinner 7 July (Entry by Ticket only) $A160 $A160 $A160 $A Total inc. GST $A Please forward payment to ANZCVS at the above address or register online at Cheque Master Card Visa Number Expiry Date / CVV Name on Card Signature NB: Payment by Mastercard or Visa will incur a 1.5% administration charge. Speakers must register (No charge on day of presentation only). *Student rates are available for undergraduate or post graduate students not in full time paid employment and on receipt of documentary evidence. A 40% cancellation fee will apply if cancellation is received less than 14 days prior to the event. Written request for a refund must be made to the College Manager. Building 3, Garden City Office Park, 2404 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains, Qld page 22 T. +61 (0) F. +61 (0) E.

23 AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS EXAMS & SCIENCE WEEK ACCOMMODATION BOOKING FORM Thursday 28 June Sunday 8 July 2018 Adults Children Infants THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS Name Phone Address State Postcode ACCOMMODATION INFORMATION ROOMS Accommodation Room $ per room per night (Including breakfast for 1 person) Accommodation Room $ per room per night (including breakfast for 2 persons) QT King Suite $ per room per night (including breakfast for 1 person) QT King Suite $ per room per night (including breakfast for 2 persons) BEDDING Booking Comments/Requests: King Bed (1 x king bed) Twin (2 x beds) Additional Person on a rollaway bed ($55.00 per night) TRAVEL INFORMATION Arrival Date Arrival Time Departure Date Departure Time PAYMENT DETAILS Credit Card Amex Diners Visa Master Card Number Expiry Date / Name on Card Signature TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Above rates are offered exclusively for the conference. Guests are welcome to extend their stay outside the conference; however rooms are subject to availability at time of booking. If the guest staying at the hotel is not the cardholder and charges are to be debited against the above card, please contact the hotel for a credit card authorisation form. If this is not received prior to check in, the guest will be charged upon check out. Please note, if you are settling your final account with a credit card, a credit card transaction fee of 1.18% for Visa & MasterCard, and 3.5% for Diners, American Express and JCB applies. A credit card number, a deposit of one nights accommodation by cheque or money order is required to confirm your booking. All bookings are confirmed subject to availability at the time of booking request, confirmed in writing by the hotel. Due to the size and nature of the Group, all rooms will be allocated on a Run of House basis at the discretion of the Hotel. As such specific room and feature type allocations will be at the discretion of the Hotel CANCELLATION POLICY: Your reservation may be cancelled without penalty, if cancelled more than 7 Days prior to booking arrival date. If cancelled within 30 days of arrival, the nominated credit card will be charged the equivalent to one (1) night s accommodation. GUARANTEED CHECKIN AND CHECK OUT TIMES: Check in is at 2.00 p.m. and check out is a.m. Reservation # OFFICE USE ONLY Confirmed by PLEASE RETURN TO: Reservations P F E.

24 AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SCIENTISTS Building 3, Garden City Office Park 2404 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains, Qld T. +61 (0) F. +61 (0) E